That's a vexing question asked by realtors, homeowners, attorneys and increasingly judges.
There is no one, certain answer, but there are a wide range of factors that play into the unwillingness of banks to make reasonable business decisions.
Top on that list are government incentives and bailouts that subsidize otherwise irrational business ... Read More
Since the foreclosure crisis began, myself and a chorus of responsible, ethical attorneys have been screaming at the top of our lungs to judges and anyone else that might listen...
HOW IN THE WORLD CAN YOU CONTINUE TO LET ALL THIS FRAUD CONTINUE TO BE COMMITTED?... Read More
Every so often, the appellate courts issue opinions that dramatically change the legal landscape. BAC Funding v. US Bank is just such an opinion, because no longer will banks and lenders get a free shot at foreclosure on concocted evidence and mere possession, even of original documents. ... Read More
Courts Are Overwhelmed With Foreclosures
Across the country, circuit court judges and their staff are becoming overwhelmed and frustrated by the total avalanche of foreclosure cases that have been dumped in their courtrooms. In Pinellas County, Circuit Court judges who used to handle like 400 foreclosure cases are now handling ... Read More