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Butler County program can put foreclosures on hold
The program is only available to those whose mortgage companies have filed foreclosure proceedings against a loan holder. The number of foreclosures changed little in Butler County the past few years, Sheriff Mike Slupe said. His office serves papers

Man who defrauded elderly Modesto homeowners asks for leniency
Lankford and his husband gained the trust of elderly homeowners from 1999 to 2010 and enriched themselves by obtaining multiple fraudulent loans on more than 50 properties, the men admitted in August plea deals. At the time, authorities said Lankford

Home sales up nearly 12 percent in Bitterroot Valley
Since the law was enacted in 2010, Ernst said mortgage lenders can no longer provide mortgage loans to unqualified borrowers or provide special financing. Both were issues often associated with fraudulent lending practices, he said. In addition, the

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Justices Adopt Stricter Pre-Foreclosure Notice Requirements for Lenders | The Legal Intelligencer

, ‘Logic dictates that it is not only practical and reasonable to require a second notice, but necessary to effectuate the debtor’s statutory right to cure the default under Act 6,’” Wecht said. “Accordingly, we conclude that Subsection 403(c) requires the lender to provide a second pre-foreclosure notice prior to initiating a second mortgage foreclosure action. Our holding best serves the remedial purposes of Act 6, reflecting the expressed legislative intent to impose a robust notice requirement prior to initiation of any mortgage foreclosure action, without exception.”

Mundy wrote a separate concurring opinion taking issue only with Wecht’s determination that the word “any” was ambiguous in Act 6′s provision that a lender must provide pre-foreclosure notice at least 30 days before “‘accelerat[ing] the maturity of any residential mortgage obligation, commenc[ing] any legal action including mortgage foreclosure to recover under such obligation, or tak[ing] possession of any security of the residential mortgage debtor for such residential mortgage obligation.

House probe of Deutsche Bank and Trump should be taken seriously

The surest sign that House Democrats plan to conduct an in-depth investigation of Deutsche Bank’s dealings with President Trump — rather than the sort of slapdash, shallow probe that Congress often stages — came in a little-noted recent hiring decision.

The House Financial Services Committee reportedly added to its staff Bob Roach , a seasoned congressional investigator who specializes in complex financial inquiries and has a long history of tangling with Deutsche.

During Roach’s tenure as a staffer on the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, he worked for Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., who staged lengthy hearings where he grilled famous witnesses such as Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein and Apple CEO Tim Cook.

Roach did much of the behind-the-scenes work that led to those on-camera showdowns. He also had a hand in at least five separate Senate reports that examined Deutsche Bank.

Those five reports, which were released between 2003 and 2014, ought to be required reading for lawyers representing both Deutsche and President Trump. They offer a glimpse of the kind of congressional scrutiny that’s coming.

When should I start looking for a house?

My apartment lease ends 5/31/2010 and my wife and I want to buy a house, I was wondering when would be a good time to start looking.

The advice you have been given is good: first find a lender/broker who you trust and will find you the best possible rate. If this is your first home, talk to many brokers and make sure you are comfortable with every aspect of the process.