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Homeowners' Rebellion by Ellen Brown. Underwater and Not Walking Away: Subprime Meltdown by James R. Barth, Tong Li, et al. Banking regulators obtained the consent orders in in response to scandals involving the robo-signing of foreclosure documents by token officials without knowledge of the facts, lost paperwork, illegal fees, and other legal shortcuts that became common after the mortgage meltdown.

In a watershed decision, the California Supreme Court decided that homeowners have a right to challenge the authority of a foreclosing entity to sell the house - after the foreclosure sale. Then the court remanded other cases to the Court of Appeals to wrestle with pre-foreclosure issues. California Attorney General Kamala Harris filed an amicus brief in support of homeowners that concluded, "The Court should hold that homeowners may bring a wrongful foreclosure action on the basis that the party foreclosing on them lacks the power to foreclose because they do not own the debt, either due to an allegedly void assignment or for any other legally cognizable reason.

Less than one-third of families who lost their homes to foreclosure or other distress events in the past decade are likely to become homeowners again, according to an analysis by the National Association of Realtors. George Soros sold his stakes in banks and went for tech and gold mines in the first quarter of , according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Soros sold his holdings in Citigroup, Chase, and Bank of America in Soros said at a Columbia University conference in that the world financial system had effectively disintegrated, and that there was no prospect of a near-term resolution to the crisis. Gilbert ruled in favor of Chase in a foreclosure case filed by Susan Lange that was argued in December , and wrote an unpublished opinion in favor of Chase in another foreclosure matter decided in April Justice Gilbert disposed of his shares in Chase in May Attorney Patricia Rodriguez said the fact that so many judges have significant financial investments in the banking and mortgage industry means that they're inclined to rule against homeowners because a string of decisions against the banks could reduce the profitability of the entire sector.

Banks losing more often in court could have sweeping impacts on their profitability in California. Los Angeles Times - Nov. The nation's largest bank admitted to knowingly peddling the toxic securities that helped lead to the housing bubble and the worst financial meltdown since the Great Depression.

California, slammed by 1 million foreclosures during the mortgage meltdown, will be a major beneficiary of the deal. Chase said it would distribute the assistance over the next four years. Half of the program will go toward writing down the balance of mortgages and waiving certain payments on home loans.

Most of that would be achieved through outright forgiveness of first-mortgage debt. Investors in Chase appeared to be relieved the bank was able to arrive at the the largest settlement made by any single American company in history. The bank's shares rose 41 cents, or 0. So apparently Wall St. New York Times - Aug 2, A federal jury found the trader, Fabrice Tourre, liable on six counts of civil securities fraud after a three-week trial in Lower Manhattan.

Five years after Wall Street risk-taking nearly toppled the economy, the S. The agency has not leveled fraud charges against one top executive at a big bank. Some critics have questioned why the agency chose to make Mr.

Rather than aim at a high-flying executive, the agency pursued someone barely known on Wall Street. On September 30, his lawyers filed a motion for a new trial in federal court. Meanwhile, Fab is studying for a doctorate in economics at the University of Chicago, where Barack Obama was a law professor for 12 years.

A Broken System Douglas Gillies The law of contract was thrown out the window when Wall Street turned title to real property into confetti. One item on the agenda reads as follows: This meeting in the Roosevelt Room is closed press. Sooner or later - within a few years, I predict - this latest Wall Street bubble, inflated by an egregious flood of phony money from the Federal Reserve rather than real economic gains, will explode, too.

By default, the Fed has resorted to a radical, uncharted spree of money printing. But the flood of liquidity, instead of spurring banks to lend and corporations to spend, has stayed trapped in the canyons of Wall Street, where it is inflating yet another unsustainable bubble.

The Corruption of Capitalism in America. Rolling Stone , January 17, To listen to the bankers and their allies in Washington tell it, you'd think the bailout was the best thing to hit the American economy since the invention of the assembly line. Not only did it prevent another Great Depression, we've been told, but the money has all been paid back, and the government even made a profit. No harm, no foul - right?

It was all a lie - one of the biggest and most elaborate falsehoods ever sold to the American people. We were told that the taxpayer was stepping in - only temporarily, mind you - to prop up the economy and save the world from financial catastrophe.

What we actually ended up doing was the exact opposite: The result is one of those deals where one wrong decision early on blossoms into a lush nightmare of unintended consequences. We thought we were just letting a friend crash at the house for a few days; we ended up with a family of hillbillies who moved in forever, sleeping nine to a bed and building a meth lab on the front lawn.

But the most appalling part is the lying. The public has been lied to so shamelessly and so often in the course of the past four years that the failure to tell the truth to the general populace has become a kind of baked-in, official feature of the financial rescue. Money wasn't the only thing the government gave Wall Street - it also conferred the right to hide the truth from the rest of us. And it was all done in the name of helping regular people and creating jobs. The bailout deceptions came early, late and in between.

There were lies told in the first moments of their inception, and others still being told four years later. The lies, in fact, were the most important mechanisms of the bailout. The only reason investors haven't run screaming from an obviously corrupt financial marketplace is because the government has gone to such extraordinary lengths to sell the narrative that the problems of have been fixed. Investors may not actually believe the lie, but they are impressed by how totally committed the government has been, from the very beginning, to selling it.

You may have heard that not one single banker has been charged with a crime for their rampage against the global economy during the past several years, but the California Bar Association has a different perspective on the problem. Not enough lawyers have been disbarred for trying to represent homeowners in foreclosure. From February to December , the State Bar processed roughly 12, complaints against lawyers who allegedly sold clients worthless foreclosure relief services of one sort or another.

Of those, cases resulted in disbarments, and at this writing another matters were under active investigation. To protect unsuspecting homeowners, the State Bar, the state Attorney General's office, the Department of Real Estate, various district attorneys and U. Attorneys' offices, and now the new federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau have been stepping up enforcement efforts against foreclosure relief scams.

Setting up task forces, issuing consumer warnings, and filing lawsuits, these various agencies have brought down operations across California. But as long as troubled homeowners have hopes of keeping a roof over their heads, unscrupulous people will try to profit from their distress.

So next time you find a lawyer who is willing to invest hours to help you to fight the banks and save your home from foreclosure, take the advice of William Shakespeare and the California Lawyer. New York Times , August 19, But he tried to finesse the cleanup of the housing crash, rejecting unpopular proposals for a broad bailout of homeowners facing foreclosure in favor of a limited aid program - and a bet that a recovering economy would take care of the rest. During his first two years in office, Mr.

Obama and his advisers repeatedly affirmed this carefully calibrated strategy, leaving unspent hundreds of billions of dollars that Congress had allocated to buy mortgage loans, even as millions of people lost their homes and the economic recovery stalled somewhere between crisis and prosperity.

The nation's painfully slow pace of growth is now the primary threat to Mr. Obama's bid for a second term, and some economists and political allies say the cautious response to the housing crisis was the administration's most significant mistake. The bailouts of banks and automakers are now widely regarded as crucial steps in arresting the recession, while the depressed housing market remains a millstone.

Obama insisted the government should help only "responsible borrowers," and his administration offered aid to fewer than half of those facing foreclosure, excluding landlords, owners of big-ticket homes and those judged to have excessive debts. He decided to rely on mortgage companies to modify unaffordable loans rather than have the government take control by purchasing the loans, the approach advocated by his chief political rivals in the presidential race, Hillary Rodham Clinton and John McCain.

San Francisco Cronicle August 18, That too much of Wall Street remains unchanged is not surprising. Simply stated, the banks and their leaders have paid no real economic, legal or political price for their wrongdoing and thus have not felt compelled to change.

On the economic front, the financial sector has rebounded nicely from its brush with death, thanks to an enormous taxpayer bailout. By , the 10 biggest U. On the legal front, enforcement has been woefully inadequate. Federal criminal financial fraud prosecutions have fallen to a two-decade low. Violations are settled for pennies on the dollar - the mere cost of doing business, with no admission of wrongdoing and with the bill invariably picked up by insurers or shareholders.

When it's shareholders, that's not someone else far away, that's your k , pension fund or mutual fund. Posted on June 29th, by Mark Stopa. It's an appalling dynamic in foreclosure-world, one where banks often have no incentive to modify mortgages because "our" government will pay the banks in full once the foreclosure is over and all the banks have to do is convey title to Fannie and Freddie.

Incredibly, just when I thought I couldn't be any more appalled, somehow, my disgust with "our" government reached a new level today.

I have it on good information directly from someone personally involved that Fannie and Freddie are selling foreclosed homes in bulk to third-party investors. Not one at a time, not several - dozens - at heavily discounted rates. In other words, many of the homes in Florida and elsewhere that have been foreclosed, with lower and middle-class homeowners thrown onto the streets and title transferred to Fannie or Freddie, are being sold to third-party investors in bulk.

If you think that sounds like an interesting investment opportunity, a chance to purchase a new home after you were foreclosed, let me stop you. Fannie and Freddie aren't making these investments available to just anyone. Is this what America has become?

Throwing Americans onto the streets so "our" government pays the banks to foreclose and "our" government sells those houses in bulk at discounted rates to third-party investors with an eight-figure net worth? You know what's arguably even worse? Nobody is even talking about this. Would you have known about this if Mark Stopa - basically a nobody in the scope of national news and politics - hadn't blogged about it? Where is the media coverage?

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