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And, don't forget, I can't in any way allow you to buy it back. That's just not possible, thanks to the new law.
With the new law about to come into play, I think it’s time I get back into the mortgage foreclosure business.
Since you’ve made foreclosure rescues impossible, you’ve also opened the foreclosure floodgates, and that spells opportunity.
What’s the play?
I’m going with “The AG made me do it.”
Continue reading “Investors Rejoice” »
And three days later, when John and Mary haven't moved, the investor files suit to evict them.
Have you taken a look at the consequences of foreclosure?
I know I sound like a broken record here, but do you really have any idea what happens to people who go through it?
Apparently not, because if you had you’d never create something as insidious as HB 2791, the Foreclosure is Better bill.
Continue reading “Foreclosure is Better?” »
Don't you find it odd, Rob, that the law abhors forfeiture but the Office of the Washington State Attorney General actually recommends it . . .
Having attended the Foreclosure for the Rest of Us seminar last week, I’ve learned our only role as investors in the foreclosure marketplace is to bid on properties at foreclosure sales.
That’s it, and nothing more.
Attorney Melissa Huelsman, in her presentation, stated that owners letting their homes go to the foreclosure auction are pretty much guaranteed to receive most if not all their equity, with the average selling price being “80 to 82 percent” of fair market value.
Continue reading “Oops, Dawg, my bad?” »
The white paper describes virtually every known method to unwind a sale . . .
In the latest version of your lawsuit against me (more on that later) you’ve included the nonsense about me writing a book “to protect investors when being sued for using his investment methods.”
As you know, the actual point of the book is to thoroughly document our foreclosure transactions so the seller and some clever attorney can’t lie about what took place down the road.
Why be concerned about the seller claiming we’d unfairly taken advantage, or the seller thought it was a loan, or any of the other phony arguments typically made?
The Northwest Justice Project, and it’s “Foreclosure White Paper,” that’s why.
Continue reading “The Foreclosure White Paper” »
I haven’t been back to your website since you sent me that email.
I attended the Foreclosure for the Rest of Us seminar held by the King County Bar Association this afternoon.
And, in the lobby before his presentation, I happened upon Eric Dunn, the NW Justice Project attorney who sometimes plays a latina gal on the internet.
Long hair, some sort of puka shell necklace thingie, unbuttoned shirt collar, absolutely perfect.
The conversation went like this . . .
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