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I’ve made two posts about the family we rescued in Outlook, WA.
If you followed along back then, you’ll recall the story of how the wife called the AG’s Office and pleaded with them to get out of the way so I could help.
You’ll also remember how the Assistant Attorney General in charge at that time laughed in her face. It was incredibly cruel and left the wife and I in tears.
Continue reading “Update in Outlook” »
It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends upon his not understanding it. –Upton Sinclair
Continue reading “Not Really Not Understanding” »
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” »
Could I be any more clear, Rob? Or is this really that difficult for your crack staff to comprehend?
Your office says my objective is to steal homes and strip equity from folks facing foreclosure. Your office, I think we can all acknowledge by now, is nuts.
Here’s another short Zook Mann clip with me talking to a fellow we rescued and sold back our interest. Five years later, he’s yet to pay dime one, btw.
My goal here is not for you to default and me ending up owning your whole thing. Like I said, I will never foreclose and I will never evict you. I will work with you every step of the way . . .Joe Kaiser
Continue reading “Another Zook Mann Vid” »
In late 2003, Jesse Zook Mann followed me around with a video camera, documenting my investing style and for some reason, we decided I needed to be wearing a hooded sweatshirt.
So, every day that month I showed up in said hoodie and the two of us hit the streets. Sometimes, a partner or two tagged along, and we video-taped the whole thing.
I think there’s something like 18 hours of videos, and finding them the other night was just about the best news I could imagine.
Continue reading “The Zook Mann Videos” »