Monthly Archives: March 2009

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Fighting Creditors and Foreclosures in Michigan

FORECLOSURE? Did you re-finance when money was easy? Have an Adjustable Rate Mortgage that re-set after the price of your home fell, so you could not re-finance again, like the mortgage broker told you you could? Now you cannot keep up with the payments? An estimated 1 in 5 homes with mortgages have negative equity,Continue Reading

Judicial Mortgage Modification Stuck in Senate

Sorry for the lack of posts, setting up a new blog, and no news on the bill, sitting in the Senate. TELL YOUR SENATORS TO SUPPORT SENATE BILL 61; THE HELPING FAMILIES SAVE THEIR HOMES IN BANKRUPTCY ACT OF 2009. REDUCE HOME FORECLOSURES AT NO COST TO TAXPAYERS. Email your Senators (24/7): www.nacba.org/TellCongress and phoneContinue Reading

Michigan Foreclosure Law to Change?

The state House overwhelmingly passed important changes to Michigan foreclosure law. Normally, government imposed complications on any process are counter-productive.  That is, the politicians usually do not fix things with their interventions. However, foreclosure is a legal process, which was created by the legislature. Unlike many states, banks in Michigan can foreclose by publication, withoutContinue Reading

Foreclosure Rescue Scams

The airwaves are full of the false advertising, “the secret credit card companies don’t want you to know.”  The secret they don’t tell you is you pay and get no guarantee of anything. An Ohio foreclosure scam outfit operated with attorneys, who were busted. These outfits are everywhere, check with the state Attorney General’s office. Continue Reading

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