Sunday, October 17, 2010

Foreclosure Fiasco’s Trail Leads to Washington: Jonathan Weil

By Jonathan Weil - Oct 13, 2010 9:01 PM ET
Bloomberg Opinion

What were banking regulators doing while some of the biggest U.S. lenders routinely filed false foreclosure documents in local courthouses around the country? In the case of IndyMac Federal Bank, it turns out the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. was running the joint.

This may help explain why the mortgage-servicing industry got away with such misbehavior for so long. The government, in one form or another, was doing it, too.

The facts are there for anyone to see in the records of a circuit-court lawsuit against Israel and Neena Machado, a West Palm Beach, Florida, couple who last year beat back IndyMac’s attempts to foreclose on their home mortgage. They even won a judgment ordering IndyMac to pay $38,117 in legal fees. FULL STORY

1 comment:

leslie said...

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