Foreclosures Tossed Out Of Ohio Federal Court they Own Nothing! | Loansafe.org

Homeowners use 'show me the note' to fight foreclosure - USATODAY.com





Judge Boyko issued an order requiring the Plaintiffs in a number of pending foreclosure cases to file a copy of the executed Assignment demonstrating the plaintiff (Deutsche Bank) was the holder and owner of the Note and Mortgage as of the date the complaint was filed, or the court would enter a dismissal. The Courts amended General Order No. 2006-16 requires the plaintiff (Deutsche Bank) to submit an affidavit along with the complaint, which identifies them as the original mortgage holder, or as an assignee, trustee or successor-interest. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.loansafe.org/foreclosures-tossed-out-of-ohio-federal-court-they-own-nothing












At issue now is whether mortgage loans were properly transferred and whether those transfers were properly documented. Homeowner attorneys, such as the non-profit law firm representing the Geweckes, say that didn't always occur. Financial firms say it did. The trustee in the Gewecke case, US Bank, argues that Minnesota law does not require an assignment a public record showing a transfer of the mortgage at every step of its path into a trust. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/money/economy/housing/2010-12-21-mortgagenote21_CV_N.htm





DUCA Brokers This Should Be Good





That is unheard of pricing in todays market. If DUCA can maintain such spreads, the 60-year-old credit union could siphon hundreds of millions (perhaps billions) in mortgage volume from Ontario competitors. The real story, however, is how DUCA can offer those rates. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.canadianmortgagetrends.com/canadian_mortgage_trends/2014/06/duca-brokers-this-should-be-good.html