John Taylor talked about recent developments involving reports of mortgage foreclosure irregularities among banks and lenders, including… read more
John Taylor talked about recent developments involving reports of mortgage foreclosure irregularities among banks and lenders, including reliance on shoddy or incomplete paperwork, “robo-signings,” and other procedures. He also talked about the moratorium placed on foreclosures in many states by lenders as they investigate these grounds for charges, and investigations into foreclosure abuses by state attorneys general and various agencies of the federal government. He also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.
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