JPMorgan Chase Alert! It’s More Than Likely JPMorgan Chase Can’t Validate Your Mortgage Debt Or Prove Standing To Foreclose On Your Old WaMu Loan!
MFI-Miami Has Issued A JPMorgan Chase Alert! JPMorgan Chase Inherited a Nightmare From WaMu
JPMorgan Chase acquired Washington Mutual’s mortgage assets in 2008. Little did they know that a decade later they would still be fighting costly foreclosure battles over them. These legal battles have become so costly for JPMorgan Chase they began selling the loans and the servicing rights at fire-sale prices.
JPMorgan Chase became so desperate to dump these mortgages, they are selling them in the middle of foreclosure litigation. I have already had this happen in five of my foreclosure cases involving old Washington Mutual loans.
The Legal Games Of JPMorgan Chase Lawyers
JPMorgan Chase lawyers have also purposely postponed trial dates just so they could sell the loan at top dollar.
Chase and their lawyers know most of these mortgages are unenforceable and are garbage. They have their lawyers file the foreclosure anyway under the assumption that homeowners and their lawyers are idiots. After all, most attorneys doing foreclosure defense are idiots. Foreclosure mill attorneys are also betting they can intimidate the judge.
Disgraced Foreclosure Lawyer Psycho Mark Stopa Has Tantrum Over Criticism Of His Self-Published Book
Disbarred and disgraced Florida foreclosure lawyer Mark Stopa has self-published a new book. Not only that, it appears he wants to start an astroturf “movement” around it.
The book entitled “PeoplevMoney” is nothing more than an attempt by a delusional and narcissistic Stopa to repair his self-inflicted shattered image. Yes, Mark, I read your book.
Apparently, his astroturf movement is nothing more than an extension of Stopa’s attempt to resuscitate the narcissistic image he has of himself as a midget white Jesus.
The disgraced foreclosure attorney wants to blame a corrupt judicial and political system for his downfall. Carol Asbury attempted to do the same thing before she was hauled off to the big house in 2011. Asbury and two others pleaded guilty to defrauding mortgage lenders in a multi-million dollar straw deal scam.
Attom Data Solutions Says Residential Foreclosure Rates Dropped 20% On Average.
A new report from Attom Data Solutions indicates residential home foreclosure rates dropped 20% in the third quarter. The report shows the New York metro area, South Florida and Los Angeles all showed double-digit declines.
Attom says 143,105 properties had foreclosure filings from July through September of this year. This is down from nearly 172,000 over the same period last year. The numbers include default notices, scheduled auctions or bank repossessions. The reports also indicate foreclosure rates are at the lowest level since the second quarter of 2005.
Foreclosure reports from month to month can be volatile. However, the data could indicate the market is not at the level of distress it was prior to the last recession. It could also mean that despite numerous indicators showing a slowdown in the housing market, borrowers have yet to default on their payments.
Foreclosure Lawyer Mark Stopa Banned For Life From Practicing Law In Florida
The Florida Supreme Court has permanently disbarred foreclosure lawyer Mark Stopa. Stopa was once among the state’s best-known foreclosure defense attorneys. The court ordered Stopa to pay $31,620 in costs related to the Florida Bar’s investigation of him for violating bar rules.
Stopa had been under indefinite suspension since last year for his “boorish’’ behavior toward judges. He also failed to tell clients about bank settlement offers and other professional misconduct. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement later raided his Tampa area office. They seized computers and records. They soon discovered he had acquired millions of dollars worth of property from some clients through a years-long pattern of fraud and deception.
Stopa, who claimed to have represented more than 7,000 homeowners facing foreclosure, sold his law practice, which subsequently declared bankruptcy. The Tampa Bay Times stated they could not reach Stopa for comment Monday.