- American Home Mortgage Servicing
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- Deutsche Bank
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- JP Morgan Chase
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- Nationstar Mortgage
- Ocwen Loan Servicing
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- People with Disabilities
- PHH Mortgage
- PNC Bank/National City Mortgage
- Saxon Mortgage
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BARNETT CAPITAL, LTD: WORK WITH TENANTS AND GIVE THEM A YEAR LEASEWith a sharp increase of corporations buying up rental properties in neighborhoods across the United States, renters everywhere are standing up for their rights. All tenants deserve dignified homes and that means that corporate landlords must make necessary repairs for that to happen. Furthermore, all tenants deserve a sense of security in their homes, rather than the uncertainty of a month to month tenancy. Supporting these tenants who have organized to ensure that corporate landlords like Barnett Capital maintain the property and guarantee secure tenancies for all, is a step forward for all tenants. ¿Por que es importante esta lucha? Con el incremento dramático en la cifra de compra de propiedades por corporaciones en barrios a lo largo de EEUU, inquilinos en todos lados están afirmando y defiendiendo sus derechos. Todos los inquilinos merecen hogares dignos y eso significa que los propietarios corporativos deben asegurarse que las reparaciones necesarias se lleven a cabo. Todos los inquilinos merecen un hogar estable, en vez de la incertidumbre de un arriendo de mes a mes. El apoyar a estos inquilinos quienes se han organizado para asegurar que propietarios corporativos tales como Barnett Capital mantengan sus propiedades en buenas condiciones y garanticen arriendos seguros para todos y todas, es un paso adelante para todos los inquilinos.
Urban Partnership Bank: Don't Foreclose & Evict the Williams Family from their Home.Hardworking "families" should be given every chance to stay in their homes. If a family is able to overcome the temporary hardship that caused them to fall behind, they should be given every chance to stay in their homes. Banks should not take advantage of a families vulnerability and relentlessly pursue foreclosure because it is economically motivated to do so, without exhausting all avenues to help a family.
Help us save our homeThis is home that both of our children have lived in since they were little and they have suffered several tragedies over the last three years my husband and I can not bear to have them suffer another loss. In three years they have lost both grandparents, a very dear family friend and one of our children had suffered with deep depression as a result of these loses.
Keep Detroiters in Our Homes—No Unjust Tax Foreclosures• There are 37,000 occupied homes being foreclosed on March 31, 2015, for overdue property taxes representing perhaps 100,000 people. • Many Detroiters are being foreclosed on due to incorrect tax bills reflecting exaggerated property assessments and disputed water bill liens. Whereas other cities allow year-round reassessments, Detroiters have only 2 weeks each year to request property tax reassessment. • No unjust foreclosures on owner-occupied properties—keep people in their homes!
Department of Children and Family Services (Los Angeles Co) give back my childrenThousands of children are misplaced from their families each year because of the change of the public law that helped destroyed many American families. The Adoption and Safe Families Act (ASFA, Public Law 105-89) was signed into law by President Bill Clinton on November 19, 1997 after having been approved by the United States Congress. ASFA marked a fundamental change to child welfare thinking, shifting the emphasis towards children's health and safety concerns and away from a policy of reuniting children with their birth parents without regard to prior abusiveness. This fundamental change has not been good for families only benefiting government agencies, courts, lawyers, social workers, doctors, and pharmaceutical companies. ASFA, Public Law 105-89 needs to be repeals or reworked to assist families with more public services to better care for their children and not government agencies who promote long term foster care and adoption that destroy families. Many foster children end up in detention juvenile and adult centers committing crimes and costing the tax payers millions of dollars each month draining our limited budget and resources that could be used for desperately needed family and critical mental health services.
Stop Hiring Sleezy Foreclosure AttorneysLynn Janeway came from Castle Law Firm, one of the worst foreclosure attorney mills in the state of Colorado. This firm helped rewrite the laws to protect the lawyers at homeowners' expense. The laws are considered so bad that Federal Judge Martinez wrote, "Colorado is the only state in the country that allows an unsworn statement by an attorney for a foreclosing party — without any penalty — to say, 'Trust me, judge, these guys are the qualified holder for this deed of trust,'. Is there another state that has lowered the bar for a foreclosure any lower?" Since starting her firm, Janeway has partnered with CHFA, as well as other large institutions, such as the abysmal Nationstar Mortgage company to grow her business. Visiting the Janeway Law Firm, one will find bullet proof glass and locked doors, clearly indicating they fear for their safety at this company. And for stealing people's homes who have made their payments, one can understand their having such fears. What they are doing is wrong. The Colorado Housing and Finance Authority claims their mission is to strengthen affordable housing and economic development across the state. Let's hold them to that by asking them to drop such a vile foreclosure attorney firm.
The bank is stealing my home.In 1996 shortly after paying my house off which I purchased using a land contract. My three year old son became very sick with lead poisoning. I had to take a mortgage to abate the lead from our home. I was a single mother of five and disabled from arthritis. UC lending mortgage co said they would help me. I asked to borrow 12,000 dollars they said I had to borrow 19,000 to pay bills. I just told myself it would be alright I paid the house off in three and half years I can do the same with this loan. I had no choice at this time environmentalist , code officer, child protection were at my door all the time making sure I was abating lead and they were running out of patients. I had no choice they would remove my son. I said yes to the 19,000. It took two long months go get loan each day seemed forever. Finally the bank called the check was ready. I immediately rushed to pick it up. There were a million papers to sign I had no idea what they were, I could only think of my son. Finally they gave me the check. When I opened it it was only 6,000 dollars. I started to cry I didn't have time for mistakes only it wasn't a mistake. UC lending said that was all that was left from 19,0000. I had to replace all wood around windows, doors, remove a room, replace the ground around my house where every the beeper the environmentalist held in their hands beeped I had to replace or fix. City code enforcer went behind him making sure I did everything to code. I knew I didn't have enough money but I had to start the abatement and worry about it latter. Latter came, and no one let up on me about the abatement. My house was checked every week for progress. I was out of money and my mortgage payments went from 356.00 to 407.00 a month. Apparently UC lending didn't take enough for my escrow when they opened my loan. I missed mortgage payments to buy abatement supplies and try to make up payments while I made supplies last until I could miss another payment. My mortgage spun out of control. I couldn't keep up and the payments kept increasing from 407.00 to 456.00 and then 508.00. Legal fees, late fees, fees , lawyer cost , and cost for things I didn't know what they were. Then the modifications started. If I didn't sign the papers The bank would take my house. I had no idea anything about a mortgage. I didn't know what a modification was. I signed three modifications I had no idea it meant I accepted this mess. I just needed more time so I signed them. I thought for sure if a judge could see this he would Well...... I always pictured the judge yelling at them for being so crooked and giving me my house back. For 18 years I have dealt with several different banks as my mortgage had been sold multiple times. Even though they were different names they were all the same. I cried all the time I would stare at hundreds of papers from the banks trying to make sense out of them. Everyday the mortgage consumed my every thought there were even times I thought I would have a nervous break down. The banks calls were vicious and they came every day. I gave the bank every penny I had. it was never enough. I stated hearing things about predatory lending. Everything I heard or read about it was happening to me. As soon as I started understanding what was happening Chase bought my mortgage and started foreclosure. I had gotten a attorney at legal aide and sat through a year of modification hearings. I didn't want a modification. I couldn't bare to ever be in a relationship with these banks ever again. I couldn't believe anyone thought that was a good idea. I would just set my self up again. These banks haven't stopped lying and cheating no no way. I waited month after month waiting to be able to have my say. Oh and by the way I owe over 40,000 dollars now. On October 5 2014 what I thought was gonna be my hearing ended up being me sitting in waiting room and my lawyer going in to see judge for few minutes. It was over. Now looking at both sides papers I looked like the evil one who was trying to steal the poor banks money. I needed to have my say without it I didn't stand a chance. The bank mislead the court with those papers and no one asked them anything about it. i wanted to expose to the court what they did. This past Monday I found out I lost. Part of the reason was I signed three modifications.
Widow Trying to Save Her Home in NJThis is my home that my husband and I worked hard to purchase. I have no where else to go, no children, no other options. I was the victim of a loan modification. I trusted that they would do right by me but instead have taken my money, refuse to refund it and now I have been served with foreclosure papers.
CHASE,STOP THE FRAUDULENT FORECLOSURE ON THE CAPLE'S HOME!This is important because so many helpless people are being subject to these illegal practices which they don't understand. Most homes if not all are paid for at closing in full once the purchaser signs the promissory note. The note which is really a security is converted into a Commercial Draft Title 12 1813 L1 (Check) which belongs to the signee, (THE HOLDER IN DUE COURSE AND CREATOR OF THE FIRST FUNDS TRANSFER) which satisfies the Mortgage in full.
Select Portfolio Servicing: Don't Take My HomeThis is not only my home, it's my life they are prepared to take away for no other reason than sheer greed. I have livestock, a 90 year old Mother in Law and family pets which have no place to go. My business was crushed with the crash of 2008. Nothing I did caused this to happen. It's high time that banks do something useful for the bail-out money that made them whole again. Time to make homeowners whole again!