On Monday The Dead Rabbi Was Wrongfully Foreclosed On

On Tuesday The Dead Rabbi’s POA Settles With US Bank The cool thing about owning MFI-Miami is that I get to work with some really smart litigators. These guys bring me interesting cases like banks foreclosing on dead rabbis.  They also think outside the box like I do.  If you are a regular reader, you […]

Deputy Gets Fired For Mortgage Fraud Committed In 2007

JPMorgan Chase Not Pursuing Charges For Mortgage Fraud Steve Dibert, MFI-Miami Call me a cynic or maybe it’s just because I know more about the mortgage industry than most people but something doesn’t add up about the story that appeared the local news in Naples yesterday.  It was about Collier County Sheriff’s Deputy, Michael Kovar […]

Like The Missing Kiszka, Note Goes Missing

…And The Lawyers Want It Back! Kimberly Miller, Palm Beach Post A suburban West Palm Beach foreclosure case has even bank employees confused, with internal emails that question whether the wrong entity is repossessing the house – but that then decide to move forward anyway. Bank attorneys now want to purge the court file with […]

Woman’s 2-Year Battle Against Robo-signing Gets Mortgage Wiped Out

View more videos at: http://nbcmiami.com. Trina Robinson and Karen Franklin, NBC Miami A South Florida woman succeeded with the unheard of when she was able to get her mortgage wiped out by a lender. In an effort to save her mother’s home, Idania Castro waged a two-year battle with the bank. “The mortgage got wiped […]

Florida Supremes To Review Pino Case

Kimberly Miller, Palm Beach Post An unassuming drywall hanger from Greenacres has banks warning of a “widespread financial crisis” if the Florida Supreme Court favors him in a landmark foreclosure case justices will hear this week. Plucked out of the 4th District Court of Appeal, Roman Pino v. the Bank of New York is the […]

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