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State law says that such a surplus rightfully belongs to the person who owned the property. - AAG David Huey
For the last few years you’ve been calling me a scam artist, saying the overage funds we claimed actually belong to former owners who sold us their properties because the law, RCW 84.64.080, says so.
You even sued me over it and won, obtaining a judgment that included nearly $650k in restitution to these same owners in repayment of the overage funds we collected.
Continue reading “Appellate Court Weighs In” »
At Leen & O'Sullivan, PLLC, we will make every effort to help you keep your home and get you back on the track toward financial recovery.
Although I’ve never met attorney David Leen, he has been a hero of mine for many years.
Way back in the 80’s, he sued on behalf of an owner in foreclosure who’d been mistreated and forever ensured foreclosure trustees in Washington State play fair.
After Cox v. Helenius, there was no question that foreclosure trustees owed fiduciary duties to both lender and borrower.
David Leen, no doubt, is a good guy and, apparently, a foreclosure rescue scam artist (no, not really).
Continue reading “Leen on Me” »
For these transactions to turn out economically positive for both parties is just so difficult as to be beyond probability.
You may recall my post earlier this month when I suggested . . .
The next thing you will do is attempt to distance yourself from this ridiculous new foreclosure law, and you’ll do that by saying the bill as passed wasn’t the bill you’d intended.
You’ll say it got hijacked in committee and the folks who got in there and screwed it up are to blame, not you.
And you’ll be pointing the finger at Brian Weinstein to name just one. — June 2, 2008 Pushed to Shove.com
HB 2791 – What Happens Next?
Continue reading “And there it is . . .” »
I recently reviewed our foreclosure rescue deals and came away wondering what the heck you guys were thinking when you claimed we were scam artists.
And what was AAG David Huey thinking when he said he’s not aware of any foreclosure rescues that have worked?
Of the 30 or so rescues we did, every one of them worked.
Granted, a couple didn’t go exactly according to plan, but we did all we could to be sure things turned out more than fair for all concerned, and without exception, they did.
Without exception, Rob, all 30 of them, 100% successful.
Continue reading “The Art of Foreclosure Rescue” »
With only two days left, you can't call the lender, according to David Huey.
We talked yesterday about why someone in foreclosure would do a leaseback type deal, receiving “no money.”
Does this type of deal really make no sense, compared to losing one’s home to foreclosure?
What if foreclosure is in 48 hours or less?
Continue reading “The Usual Suspects” »