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Brown Mortgage

Address: 1136 NW Hoyt St Portland, OR 97209
or
333 Nw 9th Avenue Unit 919 Portland,OR97209-3343

Jim Brown in Portland, OR is a private company categorized under Mortgage Brokers Arranging for Loans, Using Money of Others. Our records show it was established in 2001 and incorporated in Oregon. Current estimates show this company has an annual revenue of $110,000 and employs a staff of approximately 1.

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San Francisco Chronicle: California can't divert mortgage relief funds to pay off state debt

California took the money from the 2012 settlement and, instead of distributing it for mortgage relief, used it to balance the state’s financial ledgers. Some of funds paid off state housing bonds as well as debts owed by state agencies that handle the bonds, according to the Chronicle story .

“We hope the governor doesn’t continue to waste taxpayers’ money,” Barofsky, now an attorney with Jenner & Block LLP , told the Chronicle. “$331 million can help an awful lot of homeowners.”

This is the second go-round for the court’s mortgage-relief decision. In July, the same court in Sacramento, the state’s capital, issued a similar order: the funds must be used to aid foreclosure victims. In response, state lawmakers rewrote budget-related legislation to try to make the redirection of the money legal, and Gov. Jerry Brown signed it. This week’s court ruling said the legislative work-around was a no-go.

California Ordered to Return $331 Million to Troubled Homeowners

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (CN) – In February 2012, with California still reeling from the Great Recession, then-state Attorney General Kamala Harris delivered a bit of good news to Gov. Jerry Brown: The nation’s largest mortgage banks had agreed to pay the state $410 million directly for their role in the subprime mortgage fiasco.

The news came in the midst of heated state budget negotiations and a nasty deficit born largely from the fiscal collapse.

While Harris recommended the Legislature spend the settlement on programs to help families victimized by the banks’ illegal lending practices, Brown and the Legislature had other plans: They funneled most of the money to plug holes in the budget and pay down old bond debt that was strangling California financially.

Negating the shifty maneuver engineered by one of California’s most experienced politicians on Tuesday – after nearly seven years – a state appeals court ordered the state to pull $331 million back from the general fund and use the money to pay for homeowner-assistance programs.

how does a kid like charlie brown get to live alone with his sister and snoopy and pay no mortgage?

he has no parents, no wife and pays no mortgage and no nobody to tell him what to do....how can i get that life ?


of course he had parents, and didn't you ever read the cartoon where his shoes wouldn't stop squeaking.

Lucy told him that it was because his parents bought them on credit and they weren't paid for.

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