Monthly Archives: January 2010

Important Florida case dismissed with prejudice


IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL FIRST DISTRICT, STATE OF FLORIDA THE BANK OF NEW YORK, NOT FINAL UNTIL TIME EXPIRES TO acting solely in its capacity as FILE MOTION FOR REHEARING AND trustee for EQUICREDIT DISPOSITION THEREOF IF FILED. … Continue reading

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Ron Paul


Transcript Judge Andrew Napolitano: Hello and welcome to Freedom Watch, your daily dose of raw liberty streaming online at http://www.FoxNews.com. I’m your host Judge Andrew Napolitano, here defending freedom, defending your natural rights and defending your right to have a … Continue reading

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MERS


Mortgage Elec. Registration Sys., Inc. (MERS) v. Johnston, No. 420-6-09 Rdcv (Cohen, J., Oct. 28, 2009) [The text of this Vermont trial court opinion is unofficial. It has been reformatted from the original. The accuracy of the text and the … Continue reading

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Here is some stuff for you to read, do not ask me where i got it


January 17, 2010 Here’s how Alan “Scoop” Zibel’s story for the AP starts: WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama’s plan to fix the foreclosure crisis has been a dud, putting the housing market recovery at risk. Is that what it put … Continue reading

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Pushing down mortgage principals


Pushing down mortgage principals TOOLBOX Resize Print E-mail Yahoo! Buzz Kevin Huffman Saturday, January 9, 2010 About one-quarter of Americans who have mortgages are underwater, meaning 11 million to 15 million people owe more money than their homes are worth. … Continue reading

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The Noughties: A decade summed up rather poetically


I received this in an email so i decided to post it here for the readers to enjoy. The Noughties: A decade summed up rather poetically Craig Nelson * Last Updated: December 30. 2009 11:49PM UAE / December 30. 2009 … Continue reading

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China Property Bubble May Lead to U.S.-Style Real Estate Slump


Well this bubble pops it will be like all hell broke apart, China will go the way of the American housing market, I cannot fathom what will eventually happen but it will be a sight to behold. China Property Bubble … Continue reading

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The Obama administration’s $75 billion program to protect homeowners from foreclosure has been widely pronounced a disappointment, and some economists and real estate experts now contend it has done more harm than good.


Wow. Truth from the NYT. I think Hell must be freezing over.“Then the carpenters can go back to work,” Mr. Katari said. “The roofers can go back to work, and we start building housing again. If this drips out over … Continue reading

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