- American Home Mortgage Servicing
- Aurora Loan Services
- Bank of America
- Deutsche Bank
- Fannie Mae
- Federal Reserve
- Freddie Mac
- JP Morgan Chase
- Litton Loan Servicing
- MetLife Home Loans
- Nationstar Mortgage
- Ocwen Loan Servicing
- Other/Not Listed
- People with Disabilities
- PHH Mortgage
- PNC Bank/National City Mortgage
- Saxon Mortgage
- Senior Citizens
- Stage: Eviction Defense
- Stage: Foreclosure
- Stage: In Default
- Stage: Post Eviction
- Stage: Underwater
- US Bank
- Washington Mutual
- Wells Fargo
George Dabney: Negotiate with your tenants at 760 Cummins Hwy in Mattapan!Hardworking people and their families simply wish to continue living in and caring for their homes, in the neighborhoods they have come to belong to. All across the Greater Boston area, tenants are receiving large rent increases, and disputes over this have lead to a surge in no-fault eviction cases. The corporate landlords are in business to make maximum profit, but these increases are excessive. They would force families out of their homes and disrupt children's education, workers' access to jobs, and people's access to healthcare. George Dabney's treatment of 760 Cummins Hwy tenants is an example of the unjust privatization of profits derived from public investment: a new subway stop will soon open nearby. If Dabney has his way, the neighborhood residents who organized and worked to improve their community will not be living there to see the fruits of their labor. There is a new wave of housing resistance swelling. People in buildings owned by corporate landlords and absentee "investors" are refusing to go quietly. Instead of paying huge rent increases, they are demanding negotiations - collective bargaining negotiations. They want a fair contract. They are standing alongside foreclosure fighters and homeless families in need of affordable housing, to demand Homes for All!
Tell this Third Party Debt Collector to Give the Clarke's their Home Back!,"The collection agencies have traumatized my family and especially hurt my children psychologically with abusive and immoral collection practices including coming to our home on multiple occasions and banging on the door so hard that it shook the whole house.”
Fannie Mae Lied: Keep 75 year old Evelyn Nelson in her home!Evelyn Nelson has lived in her home since 1967. When her husband passed away in 2005, she took out a loan to pay off a debt that her husband accrued from his business. She went back and forth with multiple banks that held her loan from time to time. Sun Trust, the last bank she deal with, promised to work with her and kept telling that they would approve her for modification. They would asked for the same paper work over and over again. When they told her to get a renter to increase her income, she got a renter. They gave her the run around. Sun Trust kept postponing the sale date while she kept talking to multiple people. Sun Trust foreclosed on the home. But they still kept sending her packets and information for a modification! Fannie Mae, the investor, has refused to rescind the foreclosure,despite evidence of dual tracking. They left her with one option: to purchase back the home. However, it doesn't stop there. Evelyn kept calling Fannie's lawyers to say that she found away to purchase back and instead of following through with the option they provided, Fannie Mae is NOW refusing to sell the home.
Don't evict our neighbor Rosanne PhillipsRosanne Phillips has lived in her house since 1989, and along with her husband and two children is facing eviction by the Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union after they foreclosed on the family. Rosanne worked as an appeals representative for Medicare and was laid off in 2008 after 7 years. She got another job as a substitute teacher a few months later and despite making significantly less and having financial difficulties; she made sacrifices and made her mortgage payments. Like so many people during the crisis no matter how many resumes she sent out she couldn’t find a decent job even with a Master’s Degree. She is now working two jobs, but is still making half of the salary she had 8 years earlier. Rosanne was told by the Credit Union that they would recognize her husband’s income as a carpenter, but then they changed their mind and refused to recognize it. The Credit Union is a non-profit that is supposed to support the needs of its members and the community. Tell the Hudson Valley Federal Union that it should work out a solution that keeps the family in their home instead of evicting them!
Fannie Mae: Don't Evict Lilia and Her Family!Once people think their home is up for foreclosure, it’s like the Berlin Wall goes up. It’s the end of the road. It can feel like there is no hope, but there are many examples of people like me who have worked with banks to stay in their homes. I am requesting that Fannie Mae come to the table and offer me the possibility of setting up a rent-to-own scheme. My children were raised here and my grandchildren are being raised here. My granddaughter says, “I don’t want to move.” This is heart-wrenching. I love my neighborhood. From the diversity of ethnicities, to the fruit trees and grape vines planted by my father in our backyard, this home is my world. If Fannie Mae evicts us, where will we go? I would like to negotiate with Fannie Mae, but I am willing to take direct action to stay in my home, if that is what it takes.
Tell the City of San Antonio: We Will Not Be Moved for their "Decade of Downtown"! No Nos Moveran!The Mission Trails park has been here for at least 35 years. There are about 125 mobile homes and hundreds of residents. Some of my neighbors have been here since the park began. Everybody knows everyone and we are a very tight-knit community where neighbors take care of each other. Any time there has been a problem within the community, we have come together to fix things. Many years ago, school buses did not even stop here, but we organized to get bus service for the children of our community. We have also done much of the maintenance work on our homes that management has neglected. For instance, many residents have had problems with water, electricity and gas that management has not fixed despite service requests. Unfortunately, the city and the developer and even the city councilwoman are using the excuse of bad management to say that the park should be condemned and that we should be relocated. The problem is that not everyone living here has the ability to leave and start over. While I can work more hours if I have to and help my parents with the cost of a move, there are many elders in the community who are on fixed incomes. There are many families with school aged children who don't want to have to pull their kids out of school and re-enroll somewhere else. Also, where would we go? This is an established community and most of the trailers here are older--the one we live in for instance was constructed in 1984. Many trailer parks in the city will only take homes that have been built in the last 10 years. More importantly, we don't want to go. This is our home. We want to stay here. If the owner is going to sell, he should sell to us first, so that we can own the land together. If we could do that, we would be free of the fear that American Family Communities would try to sell the land again and evict us. Already the management has threatened that if the rezoning doesn't pass, they will keep raising rents to the point that everyone will have to move on their own. In the meantime, we need help in pressuring the San Antonio City Council to say NO to the developer's request to rezone the land. The owners can't sell unless the city rezones the land first. And it's the job of the city to listen first not to greedy developers and their powerful lobbyists, but to the residents of the city. We have already won an important victory at the zoning commission, which moved to deny the request. Now we need to persuade City Council to do the same. The City of San Antonio wants to be known as a "city on the rise." Let them know that people all over the US are watching what the city does in this case to see if they live up to their intentions. We ask everyone reading to contact our City Councilwoman Rebecca Viagran and ask her to meet with us and support us in staying in our homes. Please call Ms. Viagran's office at 210.207.7064. You can also contact Mayor Julian Castro's office at 210.207.7083 (Chief of Staff) or 210.207.8448 (Mayor's Assistant).
Nationstar: Don't Evict the Hultner's from their home.***Update: On 3/13/14, the FHFA delivered an investigative report that uncovered an unknown Active Sheriff's Sale of 4/12/14, while on the same day Nationstar stated to the Oklahoma Attorney General and OKDOCC that the loan's status was falsely on hold (due to actual fraud, Nationstar Mortgage LLC could never have legally pursued any foreclosure action at all against the Hultner's, and had the Hultner's been aware of Nationstar's fraud and had the Hultner's attorney actually verified the loan charges before the answer was filed, the Hultner's would have been able to legally rescind their mortgage to prevent Nationstar Mortgage LLC from illegally collecting any loan charges at the Hultner's closing). On March 5, 2014, the Hultner's found an attorney who represented them with OK AG funds called Restitution Oklahoma, and who failed to review the Nationstar account prior to filing an answer to the petition on 4/21/14, causing the Hultner's to have an incomplete answer filed in the court record. On 7/14/14, after hiring a second real estate agent and having at least one buyer fall through, the Hultner's finally sold and closed on their home, with a loss, due to false filings, of at at least $11,000. After numerous complaints about false credit reporting due to the unlawful changing of the type of loan stated in the note, and unlawful filings against the Hultner's, from 10/2014 to current day, Nationstar Mortgage LLC sent the Hultner's a false 1098 for 2014. The Nationstar Mortgage LLC VP of Customer Relations was recorded on 2/25/15 threatening, intimidating and humiliating Sherri Hultner in a recorded conference call that was held in front of his executive staff, all while they laughed at Mrs. Hultner. While this Executive laughed, he told Mrs. Hultner if she found a genuine error, he'd be more than happy to help her. On 3/26/15 Sherri Hultner discovered that at no time for 5 months prior to the legal filings, did Nationstar ever follow any of the Hultner's Notes terms. Sherri Hultner notified the VP of Customer Relations and Nationstar Mortgage LLC immediately retained an attorney. Finally on 8/30/15, Sherri Hultner discovered that Nationstar had illegally changed the "TYPE" of loan the Hultner's had from a 7/1 ARM using 1 Year Treasury Indexes to using 1, 3, and 6 month LIBOR indexes that were adjusted monthly instead of once annually, all without giving the Hultner's a new note to sign, giving a notice of change, and in fact spent 2 years fraudulently concealing the fact that they did so, in an effort to conceal the fact their filings were fraudulently filed and that Nationstar is guilty of actual fraud in what they did to the Hultner's. The Hultner's signed a settlement agreement agreeing not to discuss anything that "didn't conceal fraud" in exchange for a very small settlement, because no attorney was financially interested in representing the case, and because the previous Hultner attorney's refused to continue to represent them, due to their negligence, and they in fact sent an odd check for $500 to the Hultner's due to their "feeling bad for what happened to the members of the Hultner family". When asked in writing to explain if the the check was a settlement the partner on the Hultner case stated in writing that "No, it was not a settlement". As of 3/2/16, Nationstar Mortgage LLC has stated in 7 different recorded admissions, with 2 coming straight from their loss mitigation department, that Nationstar at no time in 2015 paid anything to the Hultner's and have refused to issue a 1099 Misc. for 2015, yet oddly their local attorney continues to send incomplete and false 1099 forms, with no Nationstar phone number and a false mailing address to Nationstar in Dallas, Tx.. This violates IRS rules and Federal laws, and due to fraud disallowing any reporting on Sherri Hultner's credit reports of any late payments during the time period of the actual fraudulent servicing and changing of the terms of the Hultner's note. Nationstar is continuing to violate the FDCPA, the Oklahoma Consumer Protection Act, the Oklahoma Safe Act, and FCRA. On 9/11/15, the Hultner's enacted their 3 Year Right of Rescission due to fraud that wasn't apparent in false billing statements nor immediately overtly apparent on the false payoff statements, and on 12/18/15 took a compromised settlement of part of their loan charges that were illegally collected from the Hultner's forced sale on 7/14/14. It is possible the Hultner's will continue to pursue legal action against Nationstar Mortgage LLC to collect the rest of the $11,000 in illegally collected loan charges along with damages due to the above stated statutory violations, due to Nationstar Mortgage not having any knowledge of a settlement and not providing the Hultner's with the appropriate tax forms as the IRS defined payer, and for falsely and knowingly reporting and verifying false information to Sherri Hultner's 3 credit reports for 2 1/2 years, specifically false based on proven actual fraud. Sadly, the OK AG's office did nothing and neither did the OKDOCC, who holds and supervises the mortgage industry's licenses. Original Petition: Without a modification and correction of Nationstar caused errors in actual amount due, we cannot do anything to correct or payoff our home to stay in it or even move, and even a sheriff's sale wouldn't be legal because Nationstar adjusted our interest rate too high according to the Federal Reserve's own h.15 index yields on 9/17/13, and before the first payment was ever 30 days late. Without this corrected we may end up without the ability to work and may end up homeless, with no friends or family to help.
WELLS FARGO DONT EVICT SENIOR C.C. FROM HER HOME!I am a survivor of workplace violence! But I am fighting back against Gov.Pat Quinn and State of Illinois who do not protect working women from Skinheads violent Temps. These Temps take State Workers jobs and don't have permanent work status. Mr. Quinn does not protect working women from sex harassment by a Bully Boss he helps to transfer 6 times to hide from his accountability for his actions!. I need your help to tell Wells Fargo/HSBC I have a Human Right to housing! I need your help to tell Mr. Quinn you cant take away my human right to workplace safety! I want an opportunity for Justice! Justice delayed is Justice denied. We all have a right to housing and fair, equal treatment in our workplaces!
WELLS FARGO, DONT EVICT THIS MILITARY WIDOW AND HER GRANDCHILDRENMY HUSBAND DIED IN MINE AND MY DAUGHTERS ARMS IN THIS HOME, THIS IS HIS FINAL BREATHING PLACE. IT IS MY GRANDDAUGHTERS HOME THE ONLY ONE THEY HAVE EVER KNOWN. IT IS MY CHILDRENS HOME, 2 ARE STILL HOME 22 AND 17. AND IT IS MY HOME. IT IS MEMORIES, IT IS LOVE, IT IS STABILITY. IT IS SO IMPORTANT TO ME TO BE ABLE TO STAY IN THE HOME WE LIVED IN TOGETHER. IT IS OUR PLACE TO FEEL HIS ARMS. HIS SPIRIT WATCHES OVER US IN THIS HOME. PLEASE PLEASE ALLOW US TO REMAIN IN THE HOME THAT HOLDS OUR MEMORIES OF MY HUSBAND, MY CHILDRENS DAD AND MY GRANDCHILDRENS PAPA.
Fannie Mae: Don't Evict the Coronels & Allow Them to Buy Back Their Home!We have worked hard for the American dream of homeownership – I am recently retired from a career in landscaping, and my wife Juana has done factory work for much of her life. Like many Americans we were impacted by the economic crisis and our income dropped around 2009. In 2010, even though our income had recovered and we qualified for a modification, Bank of America foreclosed on us. Fannie Mae, who backed our loan, agreed to rent us our home, and for the past three years we’ve been paying the equivalent of a modified mortgage payment in rent. Then this fall, with no apparent reason Fannie Mae told us we needed to vacate our home. We are working with a housing counselor to qualify for a loan to repurchase our property at current market value. We have asked Fannie Mae to work with us. Instead, they are evicting us from our home. We received an “offer,” through Fannie Mae’s eviction attorneys, demanding a price that is almost double the home’s market value and a non-refundable 10% deposit in order to repurchase. We are asking them to be reasonable and work with us to acquire the home that we have spent years demonstrating we can afford. We think it’s time for Fannie Mae to begin using tools such as home repurchasing and principal reduction to support hardworking homeowners with the means to pay off their mortgages and stabilize our communities.
Keep our Ministry open in our community.In 2012, Agape Remah Christian Ministry in good faith purchased the church property on Lakewood Avenue in Atlanta to house their community outreach programs and staff. Recently, both Highland Capital Group and Millenium Group have declared ownership of the property and both are advising Agape Remah Ministry not to pay the other. Highland Capital Group is threatening to evict the Ministry and refuses to re-negotiate a reasonable lease. Since Agape Remah Christian Ministry was founded, it has become a vital part of the local community. The Ministry feeds, clothes and teaches members of the community who are having a hard time meeting their own needs and the needs of their families. The Ministry also provides resources to house the homeless in their area. Agape Remah Christian Ministry does the will of God by seeking and saving those who are lost. The work of the Ministry is meaningful and indispensable to the community. Veronica Elder is the founder of Agape Remah Christian Ministry on Lakewood Avenue in Atlanta, Georgia. She was educated at the University of Akron and majored in Mental Health Counseling. Veronica Elder also worked for 6 years as a Mental Health Intake Coordinator at Hawthorndon State Hospital. She has served as pastor and primary overseer of Agape Remah Christian Ministry since 2004. She has a long and dedicated history of caring for those less fortunate. Veronica Elder and her staff at Agape Remah Christian Ministry are in trouble and they don’t want to lose their facility. Please sign this petition and help Agape Remah Christian Ministry continue to help their less fortunate friends and neighbors in the Atlanta community. Thank you.
Mel Watt: Suspend Fannie/Freddie Evictions & Foreclosures NOWMel Watt is the new director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency that oversees Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac. The previous director Ed DeMarco instituted policies that harm families, hurt communities and violate federal law. Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac are 79% owned by taxpayers, yet Fannie Mae policies privilege Wall Street and private investors at the expense of taxpayers and communities and discriminate against working people who are trying to keep their homes. People like Jaymie Kelley who Mel Watt is now pushing to evict in Minneapolis. Jaymie has lived in her home for 30 years and paid for it five times over, but Freddie Mac refused to sell her home back or rewrite her loan to current market value. Jaymie organized her neighbors, fended off two eviction attempts, and garnered national media attention and support from her mayor and Congressman--but Watt's office is pushing to evict her anyway. People like David & Yanick Dunwell and their three daughters in Springfield, Massachusetts who were foreclosed by Fannie Mae after David was laid off from his job of 17 years during the economic crisis. They now have a stable income, and can afford to buy their home for the current value, and a judge recently ruled that the foreclosure was done illegally, but Fannie Mae policies prohibit re-selling homes to former occupants for current value while encouraging post-foreclosure sales to third-party investors at below current value. Now Fannie Mae is moving to foreclose and evict again! Mel Watt has an opportunity to overturn these policies and ensure that Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac serve the people, not the banks. While these policies are being reviewed and changes are being implemented, not one more Family should be put in the street by Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac. Sign the petition to join thousands of residents who are fighting back against Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac, and visit: www.NowWatt.org for more information and resources. Check Out Jaymie's Story: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=alig8FZ4NCY Hear about the Dunwell's Fight http://vimeo.com/43614805