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Spotlight on “Flash Boys” By Michal Lewis

April 6, 2014

If you don’t prosecute your mortgage violations, you only have yourself to blame. This was evidenced one more time on today’s Meet The Press TV show. A guest today was Michal Lewis as the author of “Flash Boys, A Wall Street Revolt.

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Another Reporter Publishes a Half-Baked Article on Mortgage Audits

April 5, 2014

Do you own a home with a mortgage? Then keep your eyes peeled for a letter offering homeowners a “mortgage audit.” It claims it could get you a significant refund from what you have been paying your lender. (There are never refunds. That should be a tip-off. Legitimate mortgage audits do not qualify refunds.)

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Statistics Indicate Your House Is Not An Investment Anymore

March 8, 2014

Evidence of a housing market recovery appears only in the press. The recent news describing the precipitous drop in mortgage originations and diminished prospects for refinancing are already combining to make the outlook for 2014 quite grim.

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Mandelman Writes About Mortgage Modifications – It’s Old News

March 5, 2014

Why get a mortgage modification knowing you can get permanent, beneficial mortgage terms for the same cost?

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“The Money Masters” – A Film Concerning Banksters Manipulation Of The Mortgage Market

March 5, 2014

THE MONEY MASTERS is a NON-FICTION, historical documentary that traces the origins of the political power structure. The modern political power structure has its roots in the hidden manipulation and accumulation of gold and other forms of money. The development of fractional reserve banking practices in the 17th century brought to a cunning sophistication the secret techniques initially used by goldsmiths fraudulently to accumulate wealth.

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Mortgage Servicing Being Transferred to Specialty Mortgage Servicers Means Real Trouble For Homeowners And Investors

March 1, 2014

Homeowners and investors in mortgage backed securities and mortgage servicing companies need to be aware and skeptical of a new development in the mortgage travesty that has now plagued this nation since 1998. This new development comes in the wake of the inflamed 2007 mortgage crisis and has perpetuated risk and uncertainty for the housing market as a whole, including homeowners facing foreclosure, investors, banks, and servicers.

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Notes From Bob Hockett Interview By Martin Andelman – Part Three

February 21, 2014

As this interview sequence winds down, the futility of the proposal becomes clear. The national press has been convinced that rescuing distressed homeowners is not good. Once more, the concerned homeowner must step up and solve their distressed mortgage of their own volition.

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Notes From Bob Hockett Interview By Martin Andelman – Part Two

February 14, 2014

Here’s the Part Two of Martin Andelman’s interview with Professor Robert Hockett. Martin says it’s only getting better from here. The use of eminent domain is the front lines of the battle to stop foreclosures in this country. There is no solution on the table so controversial, none so vehemently opposed by those that make […]

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Real Estate Is Still The Best Investment For 2014

February 10, 2014

If you can benefit financially from 2% APR, NPV for new mortgage value, and 30-40 yr term, consider filing a suit for Mortgage Violations. It’s what we do, and you can start with an initial expense of $255 for our pre-audit. The complete explanation can be found at www.Mortgage-Monster.com.

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Notes From Bob Hockett Interview By Martin Andelman – Part One

February 2, 2014

If any homeowner feels even a scintilla of guilt in their underwater mortgage, it’s incumbent on them to listen to this interview. My customers tell me that they get guilt trips from the debt collectors when they call to negotiatw their mortgage payments.

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