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Bank of America cutting technology jobs, some in Charlotte
http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2014/01/22/4632127/bank-of-america-cutting-technology.html
Like some other banks, Bank of America has laid off mortgage workers in part because borrower demand to refinance mortgages has declined amid a rise in mortgage rates. Under Project New BAC, the bank has also cut branches. Last year, it trimmed 327 

BofA profit beats as mortgage losses ease, provisions fall
http://www.cnbc.com/id/101336378
BofA profit beats as mortgage losses ease, provisions fall Bank of America, the No.2 U.S. bank, reported a stronger-than-expected quarterly profit, driven by a steep fall in mortgage losses and provisions to cover bad loans. Fourth-quarter net income applicable to shareholders rose to $3.18 billion, or 29

Bank of America Mortgage Rates: 30-Year Refinance Rates and Home Loans for ...
http://southerndailypress.com/bank-of-america-mortgage-rates-30-year-refinance-rates-and-home-loans-for-january-25-16399.html
Bank of America Mortgage Rates: 30-Year Refinance Rates and Home Loans for ... Bank of America Mortgage Rates: 30-Year Refinance Rates and Home Loans for January Mortgage rates improved on several home purchase and refinance loans at Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) on Friday. Under BofA's home loan portfolio, the 30-year fixed 

Banks Keep Their Mortgage Litigation Reserves a Secret
http://dealbook.nytimes.com/2014/01/16/banks-keep-their-mortgage-litigation-reserves-a-secret/
Banks Keep Their Mortgage Litigation Reserves a Secret Now, other large banks — in particular, Bank of America, with its enormous exposure to sour precrisis mortgages — are expected to announce painful deals with the government in the coming months. As these legal threats loom, the nagging question is 

Underwater Bank Of America Mortgage

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How One Firm Built and Sold Homes in Mortgage-less West Africa

Robert Hornsby: Our business is now in Conakry, Guinea, and we’re looking to expand this year into a couple of other countries. But this project goes back years before my time at business school. My business partner, Jonathan [Halloran], and I were Peace Corps volunteers in Côte d’Ivoire from 1993 to 1995. It was there that we first noticed a problem in the housing market. It was mostly Jonathan who zeroed in on this. Wherever you go in that part of the world, you often see houses in varying stages of completion, and they never seem to get done. You watch it for a year, two years, three years, and they rarely get finished. Or if they do get finished, it has taken so much time that you can just count the material waste as they go through several rainy seasons before they even get a roof on them.

Jonathan and I stayed in touch over the years. He went to business school at INSEAD and did a business plan related to housing in West Africa. Then we got our heads together and had a meeting of the minds in late 2013, early 2014 about how we could improve the way houses are built in that part of the world — that we could deliver something higher quality, faster, and do it with a production method so that you get the efficiencies of building several houses at a time, instead of just one-offs here and there.

TD Bank Implements Ellie Mae's Encompass Digital Mortgage ...

TD Bank selected the Encompass platform because of their desire to improve the customer experience by leveraging an all-in-one system that will consolidate processes on a single, efficient, and easy-to-manage ecosystem. Encompass will enhance the bank’s ability to audit in-process loans, significantly reduce time to close, deploy new products faster and without gaps in services, and increase the bank's overall nimbleness and flexibility. In addition, customers will now be able to access their disclosures online.

TD Bank leveraged Ellie Mae’s Professional Services Organization for the implementation of Encompass. The implementation process required consensus from stakeholders across the organization reaching far beyond Encompass users, from technology groups in the United States and Canada, to downstream data systems to feed the bank’s diverse reporting needs. Ellie Mae’s proven implementation methodology with hundreds of Enterprise-class customers enables lenders to minimize costs, lower risks and accelerate team member adoption, leading to faster ROI. Ellie Mae’s Custom Solutions experience in delivering customized integrations built on top of the Encompass platform was leveraged by TD to collaboratively build out enhancements to further improve user efficiencies.

Does anyone know of a class action lawsuit against Bank of America mortgage in Ohio?

I want to either file a class action suit or join one against BOA mortgage. If anyone knows of one or wants to be part of one please let me know.


No there is not.

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