Mary Shanklin, Orlando Sentinel OK, maybe it was too easy. With just a few clicks of the mouse, Orlando accountant John Dey bought a Lake Nona-area house that was auctioned off during one of Orange County’s new, online foreclosure auctions. And get this: In the kind of deal espoused by get-rich-quick authors, he paid just […]
Has Foreclosure Madness Has Gotten So Crazy It’s Like Everyone IS Hopped Up On Drugs Foreclosure madness has hit a fever pitch. I wrote a blog about how most homeowner advocacy sites are nothing more than marketing tools for law firms or are illegally soliciting money claiming to be non-profits. People went wild. Richard Zombeck […]
Just Because A Website Claims To Be A Foreclosure Advocacy Site Does Not Mean It’s Looking Out For You I often get asked what I think about the foreclosure advocacy that has sprung up in recent years. I have to constantly warn people to be careful because although most of them have a “.org” domain, […]
One of my associates in Melbourne, Florida found this video of Orlando Congressman Alan Grayson yesterday explaining mortgage fraud and the abuses that went on in the securitization process over the past five years.
From WINK-TV, FL LEE COUNTY, Fla. – WINK News fixes another case of bad bank communication. Cape Coral homeowners spent a year trying to avoid a foreclosure. Finally, they closed on a short sale; but their problems didn’t end there. A few months after the bank got paid for that sale, the bank turned around […]