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Martin, St. Lucie County public records: Sept. 8, 2018

Martin County

Auto negligence

Chekena Rogers, Chekena Rogers as mother and legal guardian of Chrisma Daniels v. Chase M. Chenault, Krauss and Crane Inc.

Isabel Esteban Escalante, Isabel Esteban Escalante as putative personal representative of the estate of Mauricio Escalante Diaz deceased v. April Genese Smith

William Vaughn v. Louise Giachetti Haasze Approvato

Contract

Marquee Development Inc. v. Sunshine Land Design Inc.

Bank of America v. William H. Haugk

American Express National Bank v. Brad Moretti

Restoration 1 of Port St. Lucie LLC v. Frontline Insurance Unlimited Company

SLM Private Credit Student Loan Trust 2005-A v. Alison Pychewicz

Laziza Inc. v. Treasure Coast-JCP Associates Ltd.

Seacoast National Bank v. Charles M.

Impact of FinTech Investment Felt in Nearly All Markets, According to First American's Loan Application Defect Index

July 2018 Loan Application Defect Index

The frequency of defects, fraudulence and misrepresentation in the information submitted in mortgage loan applications decreased by 1.3 percent compared with the previous month. Compared to July 2017, the Defect Index decreased by 9.5 percent. The Defect Index is down 25.4 percent from the high point of risk in October 2013. The Defect Index for refinance transactions is the same as previous month, and is 2.8 percent lower than a year ago. The Defect Index for purchase transactions decreased by 1.3 percent compared with the previous month, and is down 13.2 percent compared with a year ago.

Chief Economist Analysis: FinTech Investment Helping Reduce Defect Risk

“The Loan Application Defect Index for purchase transactions continued its downward trend, declining 1.3 percent in July compared with the month before, the seventh consecutive month defect risk in purchase transactions have fallen,” said Mark Fleming, chief economist at First American. “Yet, is declining loan application misrepresentation, defect and fraud risk isolated to a few markets or is the trend more geographically broad based?

Why is the Obama government starting the next housing bubble?

Seriously foloks, this reeks of stupid.

Among other remedies: favorable interest rates and down-payment assistance for minority borrowers with weak credit.


It's part of Barry's plan to destroy the U.S.