March 2009 - Blown Mortgage

March 2009

How not to be a victim of foreclosure fraud

As the number of struggling homeowners facing foreclosure continues to rise, so do the number of unscrupulous individuals and firms will to prey on them. “A mortgage lender or a financial counselor can assist you in finding real options to avoid foreclosure,” said Sissy Osteen, an Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension resource management specialist. “If [...]

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Afternoon Quickie 03/31/2009

Huffington Post - Time for a Grand Inquest on the Financial Crisis Financial Times - ‘Tarp cop' launches probes into bail-out fraud Deal Journal - Evening Reading: Absolute Power at the Treasury? Calculated Risk - Tiered House Price Indices Housing Wire - Insured Mortgage Defaults Up 47 Percent: Report


Morning Quickie 03/31/2009

Mortgage Insider - Fannie, Freddie to the rescue? MISH'S Global Economic Trend Analysis - Banks Walk Away On Foreclosures Housing Doom - Bill Maloni: How I would Remake Federal Financial Regulation Huffington Post - "Economists Laid End To End": Judging The Geithner Plan


Afternoon Quickie 03/30/2009

Media Channel - Needed: A New Commission To Probe Corporate Crime RealtyTrac - Frustrated Homeowners Take a Walk Huffington Post - AIG NAME CHANGE Rain City Guide - Sunday Night Stats - Snapshot of "bottom" RealtyTrac - Will Loan Modifications Change With Washington? Calculated Risk - "My Manhattan Project"


Morning Quickie 03/30/2009

Naked Capitalism - Auto Company Plans Rejected by Task Force Infectious Greed - Stating the Auto Obvious Naked Capitalism - Guest Post: The Banks Were Profitable In January And February Thanks To... AIG Huffington Post - "Let Them Have Stained Carpets" - Obama's Marie Antoinette Moment MISH'S Global Economic Trend Analysis - G-20 Targets Hedge Funds, Ignoring Everything Worth Discussing [...]


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