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CFLA Offers New Online Mortgage Securitization Analyst Training Class - October 21-23, 2016
Certified Forensic Loan Auditors Mortgage Securitization Anaylst Training Certification Class is a comprehensive 24-hour online intensive seminar. Students study and learn important topics related to Mortgage Securitization as well as complex analysis of how to obtain recorded documents. Trainees will complete (5) five full Mortgage Securitization Audits under the direct supervision of the Senior Auditor. Also covered are the complexities of form and substance related to Expert Witness Testimony and how to use your portfolio of Education and Experience to Educate Judges and Opposing Counsel on Securitization Issues, Chain of Title, and Robosigning. Graduates of the course will receive a Certificate of Completion having met the CFLA requirements necessary to be accredited as a Mortgage Securitization Analyst.
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Coming to San Francisco, CA ~ Wrongful Foreclosure Lawsuits in California and Cutting Edge Foreclosure Defense Strategies
Seminar will be taught by Patricia Rodriguez, Esq on October 15th, 2016. Attorney 5.5hrs CLE credit provided. Only $295.00 ~ Registration Open.
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Why the Mortgages Cannot Legally Be Enforced
livinglies.wordpress.com | August 30, 2016
From the point of view of Article 9 there can be no foreclosure of a mortgage without the party claiming rights under the mortgage showing that they purchased the mortgage for value.
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Are We Heading for Another Housing Crisis?
money.usnews.com | May 12, 2016
Ten years ago, a storm was brewing in the housing market. Lenders were handing out mortgages seemingly to anyone who applied, and in many cases, borrowers weren't asked for documentation to prove income. Some institutions rolled out adjustable-rate mortgages that featured teaser rates and were marketed to consumers as loans that could be easily refinanced before the interest rate was scheduled to reset and send payments into the stratosphere.
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California high court opens door to wrongful foreclosure suits
latimes.com | March 6, 2016
During the bust that followed last decade's housing boom, hundreds of thousands of Californians lost their homes to foreclosure. It was a process later found to be rife with problems, such as overwhelmed bank employees who sometimes didn't even read the foreclosure documents in front of them. But challenging foreclosures on the basis of paperwork problems proved to be mostly futile, given California courts had ruled that borrowers who weren't paying their mortgages didn't suffer financial harm.
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The Banks Business Model is Foreclosing on Homeowners
March 2, 2016
Securitization is the reason banks want homeowners to foreclose. When a bank assigns the risk of a loan to the investors (certificate holders) of a Real Estate Investment Conduit Trust (SPV), the “bank” is no longer a traditional bank that gets the benefit of mortgage payments. Mortgage banks give as few modifications as possible and comply minimally with statutes put in place to protect borrowers, all while employing tricks to “cash in” on homeowners’ defaults, pushing them to foreclosure.
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February 17, 2016
The collapse in 2008 of the housing bubble and its accompanying system of home loan securitization led, among other consequences, to a great national wave of loan defaults and foreclosures. One key legal issue arising out of the collapse was whether and how defaulting homeowners could challenge the validity of the chain of assignments involved in securitization of their loans. We granted review in this case to decide one aspect of that question: whether the borrower on a home loan secured by a deed of trust may base an action for wrongful foreclosure on allegations a purported assignment of the note and deed of trust to the foreclosing party bore defects rendering the assignment void.
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Calif. Supreme Court Lets Borrowers Challenge Wrongful Foreclosures
nationalmortgagenews.com | February 19, 2016
The California Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that borrowers may challenge a wrongful foreclosure on the grounds that the assignment of the deed of trust was invalid. The decision in Yvanova v. New Century Mortgage Corp. has the potential to radically increase the number of lawsuits brought by borrowers, particularly on loans that were pooled into securitized trusts, experts on both sides of the issue said.
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If You Received a New Mortgage or Refinance between 2005 and the Present Your Mortgage is Null and Void!
cfla.com | February 3, 2016
If you received a new mortgage or refinanced you old mortgage between 2005 and the present and your mortgage was securitized by the Wall Street banks, your mortgage is null and void! We have truth in lending laws and full disclosure laws that are supposed to be front and center at your real estate closing.
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Goldman Sachs $5B Settlement in Favor of Homeowners
January 20, 2016
Find out if your home loan was securitized by Goldman Sachs during years 2005-2007 and thus subject to the $1.8b available for homeowners and consumers in the form of principal reduction or damages.
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The Mortgage Industry Keeps Showing It Doesn’t Care About You
thefiscaltimes.com | December 30, 2015
When the mortgage industry attributes some of its recent problems to TRID, they aren’t referring to some unheralded Star Wars character. They’re actually engaging in a uniquely unseemly lobbying tactic: using their own failings to bludgeon basic consumer protections.
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$5.4 Million! Jury Finds Wells Fargo Committed Fraud When It Used Robo-Signed Document
i-uv.com | December 14, 2015
Congratulations to the experts and attorneys on this. As Marie McDonnell states in the article reproduced below this case is important because it is the first time that Robo-signing has resulted in an award of damages for fraud. I would add that the lawyers must have done a fine job at trial — because ordinarily we don’t see jury instructions that would support punitive damages for robo-signing. The pages are turning on a new chapter.
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CFLA Bloomberg property Securitization Analysis are picking up Steam & Credibility in the International Markets
moneyweb.co.za | December 2, 2015
Securitization audits present a new problem for banks attempting to repossess the homes of defaulting borrowers. A newly formed company called Virtual Velocity has completed four audits so far and in each case the loans were apparently found to have been transferred to new owners in Taiwan and Thailand.
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Suit blames Wells Fargo foreclosure response for bankrupt law firm's financial predicament
abajournal.com | October 21, 2016
A bankrupt New Jersey foreclosure law firm has filed a lawsuit blaming part of its financial predicament on Wells Fargo’s delay in correcting “robosigning” problems.
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Defunct Law Firm Sues Wells Fargo Over Foreclosure Work
wsj.com | October 20, 2016
A New Jersey law firm that helped Wells Fargo Bank N.A. foreclose on thousands of homeowners has sued the lender, saying the bank’s delayed efforts to fix its robo-signing problems led the law firm to collapse. Lawyers for the Zucker, Goldberg & Ackerman law firm, which laid off most of its 335 workers last year, are accusing Wells Fargo of taking several years to comply with a 2010 New Jersey Supreme Court order that called for lenders to show that they were properly submitting mortgage details before foreclosing on a property.
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California Law: What to Know About Reverse Mortgages
wsj.com | October 20, 2016
Most people do not realize what a reverse mortgage is, let alone what the laws in California are on them. But this money-saving information can be invaluable, so it’s important to acquaint yourself with California laws regarding reverse mortgages. A reverse mortgage is a different kind of home loan that allows you to turn the equity you have in your home into cash. This is great for those people who need a constant amount of cash monthly but do not want to take out a loan. They are in essence selling their home one month at a time to the reverse mortgage company.
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California probing Wells Fargo for criminal identify theft
seekingalpha.com | October 20, 2016
California's attorney general is investigating Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) on criminal charges of identity theft in connection with its bogus-account scandal, the Los Angeles Times reports.
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Six things to consider if your mortgage is underwater
myajc.com | October 20, 2016
First, you probably know what it means, but just to be sure… You are underwater if first, you took out a mortgage on your home and you still owe money on it. And second, your home value – what it would fetch on the market – is less than the amount that you owe on the mortgage. Being underwater means that if you were to sell the home, you would need to bring money to the closing to pay off the loan.
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GSE Out Of Court Settlement More Likely Than Not
seekingalpha.com | October 20, 2016
A settlement was announced and the case was dismissed, so FHFA's motion to intervene as a non-party should meet a similar fate to the one when Ackman dismissed his case.
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Million Mortgage Modification Scam
cjnotebook.com | October 16, 2016
A disbarred California attorney was arrested Friday on federal charges of running a mortgage modification scheme that defrauded more than 75 distressed homeowners in Orange County, according to officials. He had them pay more than $1.4 million for services he never provided.
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A Bank Whistleblower's Perspective
forbes.com | October 16, 2016
According to Will Atkinson’s report at the Whistleblower Support Fund, the SEC recently awarded a Monsanto whistleblower $22,437,800 under Dodd Frank. The number is used to highlight the successes of whistleblowing, ironically being released during the buzz of Snowden, Oliver Stone’s biopic of the NSA whistleblower currently exiled in Russia.
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Court of Appeals Says CFPB Is Unconstitutional; Rejects Agency Effort to Apply New Interpretation of Law Retroactively
jdsupra.com | October 16, 2016
The courts are now reacting to what some view as regulatory overreach flowing from U.S. laws enacted in the wake of the financial crisis. The most recent example is the October 11, 2016 decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit in PHH Corporation v. CFPB, which may have implications for the constitutionality of single-headed independent agencies that exceed their authorities and which may impact the determinations of other such agencies.
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Preventing another meltdown
thewhig.com | October 16, 2016
Knowledge of past financial crises does not necessarily give policy-makers the ability or wisdom to avoid every pitfall or systemic problem that could lead to a future financial meltdown. However, there is no denying that possessing a firm grasp of financial history could help politicians and central bankers to better understand the perils of lax monetary policy, asset bubbles and mania.
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David Dayen: When You Find Out Your Neighbors Own Your House and They Try to Evict You
livinglies.wordpress.com | October 12, 2016
Danny Shedd's nightmare began with some cows. When Shedd, a 12-year veteran with combat experience in Iraq and Afghanistan, finished up his military service at Fort Benning, Georgia, he and his wife, Jacinda, wanted to move to the prairie. The house they settled on in Big Cabin, Oklahoma, was perfect: a 5,400 square-foot, four-bedroom spot built in 2006, which mortgage giant Fannie Mae purchased in a foreclosure auction and was selling for one-third of its appraised value.
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David Dayen: Behind Closed Doors, Hillary Clinton Sympathized With Goldman Sachs Over Financial Reform
livinglies.wordpress.com | October 12, 2016
Excerpts of Hillary Clinton’s previously secret speeches to big banks and trade groups in 2013 and 2014 show her exalting the work of her hosts, hardly a surprise when these groups paid her up to $225,000 an hour to chat them up.
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The Deutsche Bank Hail Mary
livinglies.wordpress.com | October 2, 2016
German banking giant Deutsche Bank is on the verge of collapse without intervention and has lost more than half of its value since January. The Hail Mary bailout solution has likely begun. Note: Those who have cash parked at Deutsche Bank... may want to consider moving it for the time being to a safer bank.
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RBS to pay $1.1 billion to resolve some of its U.S. mortgage claims
reuters.com | September 28, 2016
Royal Bank of Scotland Group will pay $1.1 billion to resolve claims that it sold toxic mortgage-backed securities to credit unions that later failed, the U.S. National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) said. The resolution comes as RBS prepares to settle a number of U.S. cases where it is accused of mis-selling mortgage-backed bonds and brings the U.S. regulator's recoveries against various banks to $4.3 billion over their sales of such securities before the 2008 financial crisis.
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Wells Fargo plans to eliminate sales goals sooner than planned
reuters.com | September 28, 2016
Embattled Wells Fargo & Co plans to eliminate sales goals for its retail banking business sooner than planned, according to prepared remarks its chief executive officer will deliver at a congressional hearing on Thursday. Wells Fargo is under pressure to show it is holding top brass accountable after government investigators discovered that employees opened as many as 2 million accounts without customers' knowledge in order to meet sales targets.
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Wells Fargo customers recall their shock upon discovering fraudulent accounts
finance.yahoo.com | September 26, 2016
The numbers at the heart of the scandal at Wells Fargo (WFC) are staggering. Over 5,300 employees were fired for creating millions of accounts without customers’ permission, under intense corporate pressure to meet high sales targets.
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SEC dropping fraud charges against Thornburg Mortgage execs
newswest9.com | September 26, 2016
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - The Securities and Exchange Commission is dropping some fraud charges against two former executives of Santa Fe-based Thornburg Mortgage. The agency filed a motion Friday, saying it would no longer pursue three of five claims and an allegation that the two had filed a false financial statement.
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ABSENCE OF CREDITOR: Breaking Down the Language Of The "Trust"
livinglies.wordpress.com | September 26, 2016
The problem with all this is that the REMIC Trust never received the proceeds of sale of the MBS and therefore could not have paid for or purchased any loans. It had no assets. And THAT is why the Trust never shows up as a Holder in Due Course (HDC). HDC is a very strong status that changes the risk of loss on a note. Under state law (UCC) of every state alleging and proving HDC status means that the entire risk shifts to the maker of the note (the person who signed it) even if there were fraudulent or other circumstances when the note was signed.
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Why The Investors Are Not Screaming "Securities Fraud!"
livinglies.wordpress.com | September 20, 2016
Everyone is reporting balance sheets with assets that derive their value on one single false premise: that the trusts that issued the original mortgage bonds owned the loans. They didn't.
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Latest Case on TILA RESCISSION NOTE: Disagreement Among Circuits Perhaps Ripe for USSC Review Remanded
justia.com | October 20, 2016
After plaintiff began missing loan payments on a house she bought in Long Beach, ReconTrust initiated a non-judicial foreclosure. In this case, the lender was Countrywide, the borrower was plaintiff and the trustee was ReconTrust. Plaintiff subsequently filed suit alleging that ReconTrust violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), 15 U.S.C. 1692e(2)(A), by sending her notices that misrepresented the amount of debt she owed.
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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau structure ruled unconstitutional
usatoday.com | October 12, 2016
A federal appeals court Tuesday declared the structure of the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau unconstitutional, a decision that marks a major setback for one of the signature safeguards created after the U.S. financial crisis.
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Must Always Allege Damages and Specifically How You Were Harmed
justia.com | October 7, 2016
Here, borrower should have alleged "cloud on title" impairs his ability to market the home for sale.
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Judge rejected in its entirety the government's argument to hide Fannie & Freddie docs (follow-up)
October 7, 2016
This document may help explain why no one has been convicted of a crime in the mortgage scandal.
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Judge rejected in its entirety the government's argument to hide Fannie & Freddie docs
foxnews.com | October 5, 2016
As the Obama administration runs out the clock on its second term, it seeks to hide ever more of its policies from public scrutiny. One of the most extreme examples is the White House’s attempt to invoke presidential privilege, which is reserved for the most important national security, military, and diplomatic affairs, to conceal documents about housing. Yes, housing.
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Well-written Guide to TILA - Rescission
September 19, 2016
The purpose of these materials is to provide an outline of consumer claims under the Federal Truth in Lending (TILA) and Real Estate and Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), especially as they relate to mortgages, and consumer bankruptcy cases. With the crash in home prices, as a practical matter, TILA claims, at least as regards mortgages, are worthless to most consumers.
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FDCPA and FCCPA: Temperatures rising
livinglies.wordpress.com | August 24, 2016
FDCPA and FCCPA (or similar state legislation) claims are getting traction across the country. Bank of America violated the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act ("FDCPA") and the related Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act ("FCCPA"). (Doc. 26). The Goodin case is a fair representation of the experience of hundreds of thousands of homeowners who have tried to reconcile the numbers given to them by Bank of America and others.
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California Code of Civil Procedure section 128.5
July 26, 2016
Prior to 1995, courts had the ability to impose monetary sanctions on litigants and their counsel for almost any kind of transgression, and some judges developed reputations for doing so very liberally! The relative calm that reigned after a significant change in the law in 1995 may be over. Effective January 1, 2015, California Code of Civil Procedure section 128.5 — a statute that authorizes the imposition of monetary sanctions for bad faith litigation tactics that are frivolous or solely intended to cause delay — is back. Dormant for several years but never repealed, the Legislature resuscitated it in 2014, and it again becomes part of every California litigator’s arsenal. This article briefly explains this development.
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Petition For Review - Robert Castro v. IndyMac INDX Mortgage Loan Trust 2005-AR21 9 (to resolve conflict between Saterbak and Castro, etc.)
July 26, 2016
Is an untimely and/or non-conforming transfer of a California Homeowners Promissory Note and Deed of Trust to the mortgage pool of a securitized trust, in contravention of the trust governing agreements and after the trust's closing date, void or merely voidable?
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U.S. Bank v Naife
July 22, 2016
TILA rescission remand affidavit that disclosures were inadequate; trial court to decide if adequate; if not, court imposes terms of recisssion remedy.
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Saterbak Petition for Review Denied Sc Notification for: S234109
appellatecases.courtinfo.ca.gov | July 14, 2016
Laura Saterbak appeals a judgment dismissing her first amended complaint (FAC) after the sustaining of a demurrer without leave to amend. Saterbak claims the assignment of the deed of trust (DOT) to her home by Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. (MERS) to Structured Asset Mortgage Investment II Trust 2007-AR7 Mortgage Pass-Through Certificates 2007-AR7 (2007-AR7 trust or Defendant) was invalid. Arguing the assignment occurred after the closing date for the 2007-AR7 trust, and that the signature on the instrument was forged or robo-signed, she seeks to cancel the assignment and obtain declaratory relief. We conclude Saterbak lacks standing and affirm the judgment.
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Good News - TRO Against Pre-foreclosure Issued in Federal Court - ND CA Based on YVANOVA Citing LUNDY
July 13, 2016
On its face, the holding in Yvanova is limited to post-foreclosure claims. There is at least an argument, however, that its reasoning is equally applicable to pre-foreclosure claims. See Lundy v. Selene Fin., LP, No., 2016 WL 1059423, at *10 (N.D. Cal. Mar. 17, 2016, predicting that California Supreme Court will extend Yvanova to the pre-foreclosure context).
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Deutsche Bank's Chief Economist Calls For €150 Billion Bailout Of European Banks
zerohedge.com | July 12, 2016
The cards have been tipped, and it appears Italy's Prime Minister may have been right. In the aftermath of Brexit, much of the investing public's attention has turned to Italian banks which are in desperate need of a bailout as a result of €360 billion in bad loans growing worse by the day (and not a bail-in, as European regulations mandate, as that would lead to an immediate bank run) to avoid a freeze and/or collapse of Italy's banking sector. This has pushed stock prices - and default risk - on Italian banks to record levels.
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The Epic Collapse of Deutsche Bank
visualcapitalist.com | July 11, 2016
It’s been almost 10 years in the making, but the fate of one of Europe’s most important financial institutions appears to be sealed. After a hard-hitting sequence of scandals, poor decisions, and unfortunate events, Frankfurt-based Deutsche Bank shares are now down -48% on the year to $12.60, which is a record-setting low.
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Deutsche Bank v. Pinette
justia.com | July 1, 2016
Plaintiff-lender Deutsche Bank National Trust Company (as trustee) appealed a superior court decision to grant defendant-borrower Kevin Pinette's motion to dismiss. The lender tried to foreclose on property of Pinette, but the superior court dismissed its claims on foreclosure, the unpaid balance on a promissory note, and a deficiency judgment on the ground that they were barred by claim preclusion, as lender had previously instituted an identical action against borrower in 2013, which had been dismissed for failure to prosecute.
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Cattle Nat’l Bank & Trust Co. v. Watson
justia.com | July 1, 2016
A Bank filed an action against four Guarantors on their personal guaranties of an LLC’s debts. That action resulted in three appeals by the Guarantors. The first appeal was generated after the district court granted the Bank’s motions for summary judgment but failed to adjudicate a cross-claim. The second appeal was taken from execution and garnishment proceedings that occurred while the first appeal was pending.
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