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Three indicted in scheme to defraud Hawaii mortgage, escrow companies
Two Honolulu women are among three people indicted on federal charges of scheming to defraud mortgage lenders and escrow companies in Hawaii by filing fraudulent mortgage release documents with the state Bureau of Conveyances. Hawaii News Now 

3 suspects indicted on Hawaii mortgage debt scheme
3 suspects indicted on Hawaii mortgage debt scheme Officials say this isn't the first time they've encountered a debt elimination scheme to defraud mortgage lenders and escrow companies, but they say it's one of the most sophisticated they've investigated in Hawai'i. 46-year-old Jennifer Ann McTigue

Honolulu HomeLoans promotes Ryan Nakagawa to senior loan officer
Named one of the Top 100 Mortgage Companies in America, Hawaii's Best Places to Work in 2012 and 2013, and named among “Hawaii's Best” in Honolulu Star-Advertiser's 2013 People's Choice Awards, Honolulu HomeLoans also was honored as a 

Average rate on 30-year loan ticks down
To calculate average mortgage rates, Freddie Mac surveys lenders across the country between Monday and Wednesday each week. The average doesn't include extra fees, known as points, which most borrowers must pay to get the lowest rates. One point 

Mortgage Lender Suspends Foreclosure In Hawaii

Bank of America announced it had stopped foreclosing on homes in Hawaii. And major lenders, JP MORGAN CHASE, ALLY AND PNC FINANCIAL GROUP also ...

Mortage Program Aims to Overcome Home-Buying Obstacles for Hawaiʻi Residents

“Currently we’re renting in Honolulu and we pay $1,400 a month…for a two-bedroom,” says Linares.

The couple have a six-year-old son and a baby on the way in Janaury – and hopes for a mortgage approval.Homeownership came quicker than expected for 29-year-old Nic Groves and his wife Paola Rodales.

“We were always in discussion of ‘Ok, do you want to save for a down payment?’ That would be like years just to save for a down payment,” says Groves, “And now we’re like ‘Ok, let’s start looking for a house.’”

NACA approved the couple for as much as $500,000. As for the Friels, they’re in the final stages of pre-approval. They spent nearly all day at the workshop.

“One way or another we need to get a home. Living in Hawai’i, cost of living is high, pay scale is low. It’s a battle,” says Friel, “It’s a battle not to wanna move to the mainland. And I don’t wanna move to the mainland.”

NACA's homeownership event continues through Tuesday, July 10, 2018, from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Hawai'i Convention Center. Bring financial documents such as pay stubs, W-2s, tax returns, bank statements and credit card statements. For more information, visit

Homeowners whose properties are undamaged by lava but off-limits continue to live without closure

“It’s so crazy,” Val Bandmann, 50, said. “I have so many friends who have lost their homes, and they tell me, ‘I would hate to be in your position. At least I have closure and can start over again.’ I go, ‘You’re so right. If my house was just burned down and taken, it would be OK.’”

Pete Wilson and his wife, Bo Breda, both 72, live around the corner from the Bandmanns on Kauhukai Street and are in the same situation.

“The home is not damaged, but I’m not allowed to live in it,” Wilson said. “If I were to do it, I would be liable to a fine of $5,000 and a year in jail. Hey! I’d be living someplace, though. It is a total Catch-22.”

Wilson estimates that he, Breda and the Bandmanns are among at least 50 other homeowners in the off-limits zone east of Pomaikai Street near fissure 8 who cannot occupy their undamaged homes and cannot sell them, either.

Hawaii County officials have no estimate for the number of homeowners who cannot occupy or sell their undamaged homes.

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