Post Tagged with: "foreclosure"

Michigan County Takes Away Home From Injured Mother Because She Missed A Single Tax Payment (VIDEO)

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The government of Kalamazoo County, Michigan is about to hear one hell of an uproar in defense of a mother they’ve literally stolen a house from.

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Hedge Fund Landlords: Wall Street’s Scary Plan For Screwing Main Street

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Wall Street hedge funds are buying up foreclosed houses, and renting them out. These hedge fund landlords have no clue how to be real landlords.

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Woman Comes Home To Find Bank Wrongly Stole All Her Stuff, They Now Refuse To Pay Up

When Barnett presented the banker with an itemized list of the belongings his bank had stolen, she was told that she would not be paid full price for them. Image @ 10TV

When Barnett presented the banker with an itemized list of the belongings his bank had stolen, she was told that she would not be paid full price for them.

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Shocking Revelation About Mortgage Modifications: Your Bank Might Still Foreclose (VIDEO)

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Wells Fargo told this Orlando, FL dad they’d make his mortgage modifications permanent after a four-month trial … then they sent a foreclosure notice.

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Four Proven Ways To Save Homes From Foreclosure — Or At Least Delay It (VIDEO)

Four Proven Ways To Save Homes From Foreclosure — Or At Least Delay It (VIDEO)

As wave after wave of foreclosures, it helps to recall that increasing numbers of individuals and organizations have proven successful in fighting the banks and keeping families and individuals in their homes.

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Missouri Joins Wisconsin As Second State To Use Foreclosure Settlement Funds To Balance Budget

Missouri Joins Wisconsin As Second State To Use Foreclosure Settlement Funds To Balance Budget

When the federal government settled with the banks for $26 billion over the mortgage crisis, it was intended that the money be used to help homeowners. Two states are using it to solve their own cash problems.

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