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ProPublica Raises Concerns Over Bank of America’s Foreclosure Review Process

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by Paul Kiel ProPublica Late last year, the country’s bank regulators launched a massive program to evaluate millions of foreclosure cases and compensate homeowners who fell victim to the banks’ flawed or illegal practices. Regulators dubbed it the “Independent Foreclosure Review” to emphasize that the banks would not be making key decisions about loans they had made or serviced. But ... Read More »

    Bank of America Won’t Take My House. What About Keys for Cash?

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    I bought an one bedroom apt turned condo back in 2007 at the Courts of Oakland Park in Oakland Park, FL. The mortgage company then was Country Wide. My initial mortgage was $787 the first year, the next year it skyrocketed to $1,366. The place had gone into foreclosure in 2009. Bank of America bought out County Wide Loans and ... Read More »

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