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Realtor.com News

After Filing for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Can You Still Rent or Buy a Home?
Realtor.com News
Applying for bankruptcy will affect your credit history for years to come and can make getting approved for housing a challenge. But will Chapter 13 bankruptcy quash your chances of ever renting or owning again? Let's first get an overview of how ...

Maui Now

Maui Now : Ask the Expert: Can I Qualify for a Mortgage After ...
Maui Now
While you'll have hard work ahead, there are things you can do in order to make your dream of home ownership a possibility.

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Hartford Courant

New Haven Lawyer Gets Prison For Buying Boats, Miami Condo ...
Hartford Courant
A New Haven bankruptcy lawyer, who paid for boats and a beachfront condominium with millions of dollars he stole from clients already hard-pressed by ...

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Citrus County Chronicle

Public defender 'embarrassed' by foreclosure, bankruptcy
Citrus County Chronicle
Court records show that before receiving the mortgage, both Graves and Spivey signed documents agreeing to repay the loan regardless of dire circumstances. Even bankruptcy or insolvency, the document reads, would not prevent them from paying the full ...

US regulator eases part of new mortgage servicing rules
... it would begin requiring servicers, the conduits for mortgage payments, to grant certain foreclosure protections to struggling borrowers more than once over the lives of their loans and to give borrowers in bankruptcy information on possible ...

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Orlando Sentinel

It's All in the Timing: CFPB Addresses Timing Challenges in 2016 Mortgage Servicing Rules
The 2016 Final Rule exempts servicers from sending the early intervention notices only in situations where the borrower does not have a loss mitigation option available or where the borrower is a debtor in bankruptcy. Under the 2016 Final Rule ...
CFPB Finalizes Rule To Stop Payday Debt Traps | Consumer Financial Protection BureauConsumer Financial Protection Bureau

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Lehman Faulty-Mortgage Suit Must Wait, FDIC Says
Bankrupt Lehman Brothers Holding Inc. is suing Guaranty and 22 other mortgage originators in adversary proceedings for allegedly selling it bad loans that blew up in its face, years after it resold them to government-sponsored mortgage giants Fannie ...

Wall Street Journal

Judge Orders Bank of America to Redo Settlement in Mortgage Dispute
Wall Street Journal
The bankruptcy judge handling a dispute between Bank of America Corp. and a California couple who were mistakenly foreclosed on refused to approve a settlement that would end their lawsuit on Wednesday. Judge Christopher Klein ordered both lawyers ...

Debtor-Filed Proof of Claim in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Case Leads to Modification of Lien on Principal Residence
The Bankruptcy Code prohibits a chapter 13 debtor from modifying a mortgage lien on the debtor's principal residence. Even in situations in which a secured creditor fails to file a proof of claim or otherwise participate in the bankruptcy proceeding ...

Charlotte Observer

Filing: Wells Fargo in settlement talks in Charlotte class-action case ...
Charlotte Observer
Wells Fargo has agreed to “good faith class settlement negotiations” to resolve a lawsuit that alleges the bank was making “stealth” mortgage modifications that ...

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