Wednesday, December 22, 2010

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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

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Thursday, October 21, 2010

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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

20-year-old student named police chief in Mexico town

20-year-old student named police chief in Mexico town
A 20-year-old criminology student has been named the chief of police in one of the most dangerous municipalities in Mexico's violence-wracked northern state of Chihuahua.

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Monday, October 18, 2010

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Friday, October 8, 2010

Bank of America halts all U.S. foreclosures

Bank of America halts all U.S. foreclosures
Bank of America Corp expanded on Friday its suspension of foreclosures to include all 50 states as anger grows at how lenders have prepared documents to support evictions.

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Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Cop Accused of Trashing Home Turning Self In: Lawyer

Cop Accused of Trashing Home Turning Self In: Lawyer
The San Diego police have placed Robert Acosta on "administrative leave."

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Sunday, September 19, 2010

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Friday, September 17, 2010

Cash is no longer King!

So here we are, ready to close a home loan refinance in which the Borrower has 50% equity in his home and several hundred thousand in stock. This should be a lay down, easy peezy lemon squeezy, knock out of a loan.

But nooooo! The Lender has decided that the want the Loan Amount lowered by $20,000 to bring his Debt to Income Ration below 30% (which makes no sense). The Borrower finally gave in and stated that he would $20,000 out of his safe deposit box and bring it in at closing. Lender said "No" because the cash cannot be sourced or seasoned, which means there is no way to prove the money was ever his.

I tell ya folks, it is a strange world we live in when a man or woman that can bring in $20,000 cash from a safe deposit box is considered unworthy of refinancing his/her home at less than half it's current value, yet the Fannie Mae HomePath program allows 1st time home buyers to purchase a wreck of a home without requiring an appraisal - opening the door to over paying for a property.

Calgon, take me away.

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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Brett Mills Loan Parody

Why oh why??

Why is it that these Banks just can't seem to understand that speed of processing the Short Sale is of the utmost importance. Is it really that hard to understand that when we are down to funding, and a change needs to be made on the Sellers side, that they can't take two weeks to make the change and then demand that the Buyer pay per diem penalties?

My kingdom for a decent Transaction Coordinator!