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A Foreclosure Film in the Making Awaits Final Scene

A Foreclosure Film in the Making Awaits Final Scene


American Banker-

What do an insurance agent in Tennessee, a homemaker in Ohio, a private investigator from Wisconsin and a helicopter stunt pilot in Hollywood have in common?  Well, for one thing, they’ve all participated in some fashion in “Foreclosure Diaries,” the documentary that my company, Pacific Street Films, has been producing, in fits and starts, since 2006.

When work first started on the film, the original tag was “Follow the Money,” and the road seemed to lead towards a dark and confusing destination. There was all this talk in the industry about scads of money to be made in servicing “subprime” loans.  There were seminars, conferences, it seemed all the rage. 

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FHFA Seeks Comments: Alternative Mortgage Servicing Compensation Discussion Paper

FHFA Seeks Comments: Alternative Mortgage Servicing Compensation Discussion Paper


How can the FHFA change the fee structure for mortgage servicers before the industry knows what it’s being paid to do?

If you’re suing them why are you discussing rewarding bad service?

 

Servicing Compensation Initiative
pursuant to FHFA Directive

 

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Alternative Mortgage Servicing Compensation
Discussion Paper

September 27, 2011

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FORECLOSURE DIARIES: Litton Loan Mod attempt #2 Steven J Baum Foreclosure Mill

FORECLOSURE DIARIES: Litton Loan Mod attempt #2 Steven J Baum Foreclosure Mill


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Segment from an actual call, recorded on October 20, 2008, between a homeowner and a lawyer, Heather Johnson, of the notorious foreclosure mill, Steven J Baum, representing Litton Loan Servicing. Mr.Christopher Wyatt, part of Litton’s “Executive Resolution Team,” begged out of the call when told it would be filmed an recorded. Loan modifications were offered on a take-it-or leave it basis; however requests for follow-up documentation were ignored. This same lawyer then signed off on a foreclosure, nearly ten months later, initiated by the trustee, Wells Fargo, on behalf of the securitized pool holding the homeowner’s mortgage. The “foreclosure mill” law firm, in this case, Steven J Baum, was specifically cited in a New York Times article about NY State Supreme Court Judge Arthur M Shack on August 31st, 2009, and has engendered criticism for its faulty filing practices. The firm has done extensive work for Litton Loan and its host of robo-signers, including Marti Noriega (who also does double duty for MERS). Hedge Fund Tailwind Capital has a hefty investment in this foreclosure mill. Guess they figured that throwing families out of their homes had a financial upside. Now, the Steven J Baum firm believes that any attempt to make them produce evidence is, simply, a “fishing expedition.” Why? Because actually producing evidence would be enough to get them and their clients thrown in the proverbial shitcan (judicial or otherwise). This call will become part of Pacific Street’s upcoming feature documentary, FORECLOSURE DIARIES.

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Indiana Appeals Court Reversal: LACY-McKINNEY v. TAYLOR, BEAN& WHITAKER MORTGAGE CORPORATION

Indiana Appeals Court Reversal: LACY-McKINNEY v. TAYLOR, BEAN& WHITAKER MORTGAGE CORPORATION


FLORENCE R. LACY-MCKINNEY, Appellant-Defendant,
v.
TAYLOR, BEAN & WHITAKER MORTGAGE CORP., Appellee-Plaintiff.

No. 71A03-0912-CV-587.

Court of Appeals of Indiana.

November 19, 2010.

JOSEPH F. ZIELINSKI Indiana Legal Services, Inc. South Bend, Indiana, ATTORNEY FOR APPELLANT.

CRAIG D. DOYLE, MARK R. GALLIHER AMANDA J. MAXWELL Doyle Legal Corporation, P.C. Indianapolis, Indiana, ATTORNEYS FOR APPELLEE.

OPINION

KIRSCH, Judge.

Florence R. Lacy-McKinney (“Lacy-McKinney”) appeals the trial court`s entry of summary judgment in favor of Taylor, Bean & Whitaker Mortgage Corp. (“Taylor-Bean”) on Taylor-Bean`s action to foreclose on Lacy-McKinney`s mortgage that was insured by the Federal Housing Administration (“FHA”).[1] On appeal, Lacy-McKinney raises two issues that we restate as:

I. Whether a mortgagee`s compliance with federal mortgage servicing responsibilities is a condition precedent that may be raised as an affirmative defense to the foreclosure of an FHA-insured mortgage; and

II. Whether the trial court erred when it entered summary judgment in favor of Taylor-Bean on its mortgage foreclosure action against Lacy-McKinney.

We reverse and remand.

At the time Taylor-Bean filed its complaint, the security interest in the subject mortgage was in the name of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. (“MERS”) “(solely as nominee for [Taylor-Bean] . . . and [Taylor-Bean`s] successors and assigns).” Appellant’s App. at 8. After MERS assigned the security interest to Taylor-Bean, Taylor-Bean filed an amended complaint. Lacy-McKinney initially argued that summary judgment in favor of Taylor-Bean must fail because Taylor-Bean had no interest in the Property at the time the original complaint was filed. Id. at 102-03. Lacy-McKinney does not raise this issue on appeal.

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[VIDEO] MAX GARDNER’S BOOT CAMP, KATHERINE PORTER ABC NEWS

[VIDEO] MAX GARDNER’S BOOT CAMP, KATHERINE PORTER ABC NEWS


Excellent Video.

Please visit links below for more info:

Max Gardner’s Boot Camp

Professor Katherine M. Porter

Kentucky Attorney Carole Friend

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Fannie Mae’s Announcing Miscellaneous Servicing Policy Changes

Fannie Mae’s Announcing Miscellaneous Servicing Policy Changes


Highlights:

Retirement of HomeSaver Advance
Servicing Guide, Part VII, Section 609: HomeSaver Advance

Technology Usage and Electronic Invoice Submission Charges to Attorneys and Trustees
Servicing Guide, Part VII, Section 501.03: Allowable Attorney Fees, and Part VIII, Section 104.04: Attorney (or Trustee) Fees

Prohibition Against Servicer-Specified Vendors for Fannie Mae Referrals
Servicing Guide, Part VII, Section 501.03: Allowable Attorney Fees, and Part VIII, Section 104.04: Attorney (or Trustee) Fees

Prohibition on Outsourcing Fees, Referral Fees, Packaging Fees, and Similar Fees
Servicing Guide, Part VII, Section 501.03: Allowable Attorney Fees, and Part VIII, Section 104.04: Attorney (or Trustee) Fees

Attorney or Trustee File Transfers
Servicing Guide, Part VII, Section 501: Selection of Bankruptcy Attorneys and Avoiding Delays in Case Processing, and Part VIII, Section 104: Referral to Foreclosure Attorney/Trustee

New Documentation Aging Requirements Established for Loss Mitigation Options
Servicing Guide, Part VII, Section 601.01: Requesting Preliminary Financial Information

Mandatory Nature of Retained Attorney Network
Servicing Guide, Part VII, Section 501.01: Fannie Mae-Retained Attorneys, and Part VIII, Section 104.01: Fannie Mae-Retained Attorneys

Deeds-in-Lieu of Foreclosure
Servicing Guide, Part VII, Section 606: Deeds-in-Lieu of Foreclosure

Clarification Regarding Foreclosure Actions in the Name of Mortgage Electronic Registration System (MERS)

Monitoring Pooled from Portfolio (PFP) Mortgage Loans

Announcement 08-31, Fannie Mae 2009 Single-Family Master Trust Agreement, the Amended and Restated 2007 Single-Family Master Trust Agreement, and Certain Servicing Clarifications and Changes, Including Expanded Loss Mitigation Flexibility, and Announcement 07-03R, Reissuance of the Instructions for the Fannie Mae Single-Family MBS Master Trust Agreement

Servicer Responsibilities for Non-Escrow Mortgage Loans
Servicing Guide, Part III, Section 103: Escrow Deposit Accounts

Audit Confirmation Request Process Changes
Servicing Guide, Part X, Section 106: Audit Confirmations

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