Tag: mortgage servicers

Homeowners Experience Déjà Vu of Injustice, as Mortgage Servicers Adopt Banks’ Abusive Practices

Mon Mar 3, 2014 by on Florida Law News

Once again, homeowners facing foreclosure are falling victim to abusive practices in the handling of their mortgage, but this time the overpromising and under delivering can be attributed to entities other than the banks – mortgage servicers. As the name suggests, “mortgage servicers” are entities that handle and service mortgage loans.  A recent trend in the mortgage industry, is for […]

Mortgage Servicers Turn Robo Signers, Original Docs Just Don’t Exist

Fri Jul 29, 2011 by on Florida Law News

Carelessness, neglect and an utter disregard for proper procedures is something Oppenheim Law has come to expect from the mortgage industry. So it is no surprise that mortgage servicers might have turned once again to robo-signing in order to foreclose on homes, according to Reuters. This time it’s because the original documents don’t even exist! During the housing boom, over […]

Beware of Zombie Foreclosures! Cases Dismissed Months Ago are Now Back from the Dead

Wed Jul 13, 2011 by on Florida Foreclosures

It’s a case of Dawn of the Dead called zombie foreclosures. In addition to the wave of Florida foreclosure cases expected once the banks get their paperwork in order and begin to foreclose on new homes again, a different wave of foreclosure cases is also ready to crest. The second wave is the zombie foreclosure wave. The zombie cases are […]