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The Senate approved a bill late Tuesday that would retroactively extend over 50 expiring tax provisions for one year, including one that shields distressed homeowners from paying taxes on any mortgage debt forgiven in a short sale. The Senate approved the bill 76 to 16, which extends the provisions until Dec. 30 of this year […]
Daily Real Estate News | Monday, December 08, 2014 The U.S. House passed a bill last week that would extend key tax breaks to financially distressed home owners who went through a short sale. The bill now goes before the Senate for consideration, where housing analysts hope for action during the final week of the […]
If I could go back in time, I would do certain things differently. I’m not saying I have a lot of regrets. But when I was younger, I tended to have myopic vision. For instance, it was hard to imagine that one day I would be older. Even today, sometimes I look in the mirror […]
Lawyers for the U.S. and Wells Fargo & Co. told a judge they doubt they can reach a settlement in a government lawsuit accusing the bank of home-mortgage fraud, a person familiar with the matter said. The U.S. sued San Francisco-based Wells Fargo in 2012, claiming it made reckless mortgage loans that defaulted and cost […]
Foreclosure Defense | You Have Rights
To address growing concerns about big banks taking advantage of homeowners in the foreclosure process, Attorney General Kamala D. Harris successfully proposed legislation referred to as the Homeowners’ Bill of Rights.
The objective was to level the playing field between homeowners and the relentless banks and their agents. The intent was to ensure that banks at least try to work out a plan with borrowers before foreclosing on their homes.
If you are facing foreclosure, you have rights - read more