Does this sound about right….

Does this sound about right….

This following is one of the most common stories throughout the United States that you will hear when discussing someone's personal foreclosure story .

“… all of this started with the servicer telling us to stop payments to make sure we would be in a better position for a modification.  We were current on our mortgage, however, were discussing our personal financial issues that we saw coming up on the horizon for us that concerned us and we were trying to make arrangements.”  The servicer tells a homeowner to go behind if they wish to obtain any government sponsored relief.  Homeowner goes behind and is now in default.  A judicial foreclosure or a non-judicial foreclosure begins.

The Servicer immediately cashes a credit default swap for some percentage of the mortgage balance and has some split with the investor.  Then they send 10 or 15 sets of mortgage modification applications to the homeowner and collect payments of $300 ea under their HAMP servicing agreement with the fed.  Then they offer a trial modification to the homeowner and promise that it will convert to a permanent mod if the homeowner makes all of their payments on time.  The bank loses the paperwork 3 or 4 times and charges the fed each time they process a new application and charges the fed again for sending the 3 new applicatons to the homeowner.  Less than 3% of the time. the homeowner is approved for the temporary modification and starts paying the narrowly reduced payments while the servicer dual tracks the homeowner for foreclosure and hires LPS, the parent company to LSI Title to file some fraudulent assignments in the name of the deceased bank the servicer bought the servicing rights from (countrywide, world savings, indymac, whoever).

The servicer shoplifts the temporary payments while the homeowner thinks they are going to the MBS towards P&I thus putting the homeowner further behind and fucking their own MBS investor. The servicer gets paid a fee by the fed for servicing the temporary mod under their HAMP servicing agreement. The servicer denies the modification and forecloses on the property and collects a fee from the investor for servicing the foreclosure and collects an 80% FDIC loss share payment from the FDIC which it splits with the investor. The house is sold, and as in our case to a company that buys foreclosure properties in bulk for less that their retail value which is done to manipulate the real estate market, and the investor recovers the reo value less the banks reo sale fee.  The company that buys the foreclosed property works with the servicers in order to manipulate the market as a whole.  The Non Judicial foreclosure process is a fast food style of law where the Unlawful Detainers get stream lined and rubber stamped by the Judges because the Judges are making a profit on each property in the process as a percentage to look away.

The only reason any of this could take place is due to the fact that the Legislation changed the Servicing powers and the ability to transfer the Trusteeship of the Deed of Trust.  The Registrars and everyone else mistook this legislation to mean that the Trustees can be reassigned by the Beneficiary or Servicer and possess the rights of the primary Trustee named on the Deed of Trust that was originally signed by all parties.

The illegal government rubber-stamped dismantling of the middle class. How can you ever stop a ruling class from doing something that is this lucrative???

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6 thoughts on “Does this sound about right….

  1. dangeroosdave

    Enforcing this lawless situation does not seem to be effective. There is a great deal of money to share, and a great many pigs at the trough. I now encourage enforcement effort from the bottom up, rather than the top down. To enforce from the bottom up, presuming you are the damaged party and have standing, declare yourself as USAG through the qui tam process, and use the RICO statute to name all the players, i.e. pigs at the trough. You won’t be able to arrest them and put them in jail, but you may be able to obtain a Civil Money Penalty, CMP, which is becoming awful popular. No judge will support your action. Only a jury of your peers, especially if one juror has personal experience, as 5% of the populace does. Don’t forget the IIED’s!

    1. dboggs07 Post author

      I am in agreement about the enforcing the lawless situation does not seem to be effective. However, there are some legal strategies that are making headway. Some of which we have discussed here on the blog before. I am putting together a list of a handful of legal maneuvers that are making successes and will be having on the site soon. I also agree with a jury of the peers. Judges overall are bought and paid for by the banks and not seeming to be on the team of the homeowner in any way shape or form. Again, there are legal maneuvers to use for this situation as well.

  2. Rich Lardner, Plaintiff in Pro Per

    I am battling this same battle against the malignant bank called Capital One. They used the TARP bail out money that was supposed to assist troubled homeowners to buy my ING Direct loan and all of the ING assets in the United States. They bought them at about 50 cents on the dollar, then liquidated anything unstable. Last spring they sold the remaining cleaned up and very stable (in comparison) portfolio of the residential loans back to an old buddy of Capital One’s, Suisse Credit. Capital One has and did do every dirty trick you can think of against me . I continue to fight on in the Alameda County Courts Pro Se. I have fought for thousands of hours to educated myself and to utilize every possible resource I can, and am not optimistic but am resolved not to lose this battle. Time will tell. Sorry you had to endure all you did!

    1. dboggs07 Post author

      Rich, I am sorry to hear of your situation. Let me know if there is anything I can do and keep me posted on your progress. I am very familiar with the Alameda Courts. I wish you well traversing their corrupt staff of the system.


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