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Complaints by residents, officials reveal frustration with city tax collector ...
http://www.registercitizen.com/general-news/20140125/complaints-by-residents-officials-reveal-frustration-with-city-tax-collectors-office
Kenney, 53, has lived in Torrington for 25 years, and said that after he tried to pay his sewer taxes in June, he was notified that his mortgage company, Bank of America, had already paid the taxes. He was told by someone in the tax collector's office

Erie County Real Estate Transactions
http://www.buffalonews.com/business/erie-county-transactions/erie-county-real-estate-transactions-20140126
546 Hewitt Ave., Sylus Llc; Mark C. Rodgers to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, $10,800. • 212 Maurice, City of Buffalo to William Rios Perez, $10,000. • 519 Utica East, Brent Eaton to M&M Dearot Inc., $10,000. • 53 Hawley St., Phillip John

Stonegate Mortgage Corporation Opens New Office Center In Scottsdale, Arizona
http://www.areadevelopment.com/newsItems/1-17-2014/stonegate-mortgage-corporation-new-office-scottsdale-arizona023093.shtml
To assist Stonegate Mortgage in its Arizona expansion, the Industrial Development Authority of the City of Scottsdale offered support for recruitment of local employees through job training assistance funds. “We are excited to be able to put fee

St. Charles Parish real estate transfers
http://www.nola.com/realestatetransfers/index.ssf/2014/01/st_charles_parish_real_estate_68.html
Edgewood Lane 260, Standard Mortgage Corporation to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, $269,194.17. Evangeline City Subdivision, Square 2, Lots 41-50: Leroy K. Branch, Jr. and others to Errol J. Falterman, $45,000. NEW SARPY. New Sarpy 

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Milwaukee and mortgage company partner to fight foreclosures

In 2016, the program helped homeowners keep their houses, and helped them pay for repairs, by modifying more than 260 loans.

Ocwen also donated, or provided at a steep discount for, nine homes in the Sherman Park area and provided grants for repairs. With the help of Common Ground, some $70,000 of rehabilitation was done on Kimber's house before he and his wife moved in with their three children.

"We're trying to help people remain in their homes," Barrett said.

Jill Showell, a spokeswoman for Ocwen, said the company had made a three-year commitment to the program here and was impressed by the collaboration between city leaders and nonprofit organizations.

"It's really refreshing to come to a city like Milwaukee, where there's so much alignment," she said. "Everything clicked, and everyone wants to work together."

The partnership comes from work started several years ago when Barrett, Ald. Michael Murphy and Common Ground initiated discussions with major mortgage service companies, including Ocwen.

TIAA president reassures business crowd company's committed to Jacksonville in pending acquisition of EverBank

He also reassured the crowd that TIAA understands the link between EverBank and the local community. Ferguson added he is aware of the bank’s moniker and its link to the home of the Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank Field.

“We recognize that the Jaguars are an enormous point of pride in Jacksonville and that EverBank Field is a local icon. I want to let you know that TIAA is committed to continuing the positive relationship that EverBank and the Jacksonville Jaguars have had over the past few years,” Ferguson said.

He did not, however, directly speak to any potential name changes for the stadium or the downtown building that bears EverBank’s name.

Ferguson acknowledged TIAA officials have been focusing primarily on the merger transaction. All the details surrounding future marketing logos and associated details will be addressed when the acquisition is completed.

Ferguson said that since the intent of the $2.5-billion acquisition was announced last summer, TIAA officials have been impressed with Jacksonville.

MGIC has one couple of employees who are African American or black while 40% of Milwaukee is black?

I have inside information from employees who works at MGIC or Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.