Josh Rosner: "Could Violations of PSA’s Dwarf Lehman Weekend?" Posted on October 12, 2010 by Yves Smith Josh Rosner, a well respected bank analyst (he describes himself as "a recovering GSE analyst") is circulating a client note and it takes the foreclosure crisis very seriously.
Congress can simply change the rules on foreclosure (just as it changed the rules on bankruptcy two years ago), so that homeowners facing foreclosure will have the option to rent their home indefinitely at the fair market rent. This rent would be determined by an independent appraiser, appointed by the court.
Survey shows homeownership is still the American Dream As the country continues to emerge from the turbulent mortgage period, a Homebuyer Poll released by TD Bank reveals aspirations of homeownership are still very much alive. a vital component to.
Americans are also right to be offended when the. and enable you to keep your insurance when you change jobs. Many retired Americans face the terrible reality of deciding whether to buy food, pay.
PNC Bank, U.S. Bank, and 12 other major banks and mortgage servicers nationwide engaged in "a pattern of misconduct and negligence" involving homeowners in recent years, federal regulators said.
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· Texas May Lengthen Nation’s Shortest Foreclosure Process Financially stressed Texas homeowners struggling to cope with mortgage debt could soon get a little more breathing room from the state’s "fastest foreclosure in the West" foreclosure law under legislation that recently passed the state senate.
FHFA gets heat over planned apartment lending pullback Plans by the U.S. Federal Housing Finance Agency to scale back the financing of apartment building loans in 2014 are being met with some resistance. The FHFA, which regulates the government-sponsored enterprises Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, has indicated it intends to add to an already implemented 10 percent reduction in financing.S&P/Case-Shiller shows new low for home prices in 1Q Home prices in the 20 largest U.S. cities rose in July by 12.4 percent year-over-year, the largest such increase in more than seven years, according to the S&P/Case-Shiller index of property. at.