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New mortgage rules aim to protect home buyers, owners
New mortgage rules aim to protect home buyers, owners WASHINGTON — Six years after the housing meltdown exposed fissures in the system, new mortgage rules took effect Friday that stand to remodel the market. Housing groups worry that changes meant to shield Americans from abusive lending practices that 

Auto Lender's Drive Reaps a Fortune
Santander Consumer USA Holdings Inc., the Dallas-based auto-lending and consumer-finance company run by Mr. Dundon, is slated to debut as a publicly traded company Thursday. Owners of the firm, a unit of Spanish lender Banco Subprime mortgages were

PrimeLending Donates Funds to Support Sustainable Homeownership and ...
DALLAS, Jan. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- National mortgage lender PrimeLending announced that it has donated $15,000 to two community organizations -- the Allston Brighton Community Development Corporation (CDC), based in Allston, and Urban Edge, 

JPMorgan boosts CEO Dimon's pay to $20 million
The bank was among the major lenders that sold mortgage-backed securities that plunged in value when the housing market collapsed in 2006 and 2007. Earlier this month, the bank reached an agreement to pay $1.7 billion to settle criminal charges 

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West Dallas Landlord Khraish and His Lawyer Answer Lawsuit Accusations With a Bit of a Dare

You and I understand that this is their version, their story. I am not warranting it here as the word from Mount Sinai. It’s their side of a lawsuit.

I did ask the other side, the legal aid groups, to comment on Kraish and Carney’s responses to their suit, but I did not do so until Wednesday morning, which is sort of ridiculously short notice. I am sure they will get back to me when they can.

Khraish has been selling his modest rental homes in West Dallas to his former tenants, turning his renters into homeowners and also conveniently transferring to their shoulders the obligation to keep the houses maintained. His dispute with City Hall followed the imposition of a new city building code for rental properties requiring better air-conditioning and many other basic infrastructure improvements.

The city — the mayor, in particular — had singled out Khraish as a problem landlord. But whenever the city took him to court, Khraish was always able to show that he kept his hundreds of rental properties in compliance with the law. The City Council decided that if current conditions in Dallas for poor renters were legal, we needed a new law, which is where the tougher rental code came from.

Can anyone recommend a good mortgage lender in Dallas?

I only want to know of any you've personally dealt with. Please don't send me searches you've done on the internet, I can do that myself...

My mother, Sherri Stone, is a mortgage broker in Dallas. She's a great business woman, totally dedicated to her job! Her email is
Good luck!