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Taxpayers foot the bill for bank foreclosure costs in $1 billion homeowner help plan
Banks are getting tens of millions of taxpayer dollars through Florida's key foreclosure prevention program to pay down borrower debt, but are also using the money to pay off their own attorney's fees and other costs associated with taking back people's homes.
What would you do if you found out that the judge presiding over your foreclosure owned stock in the bank foreclosing on you?
Michael J. Fuchs has been living through a Hawaii court process that turned into a reality show nightmare. The Judge in his case owns a lot of stock in the foreclosing bank! And that's not all…
Inside the foreclosure factory, they're working overtime!
In a quiet office in downtown Charlotte, N.C., dozens of Wells Fargo's foreclosure foot soldiers sit in cubicles cranking out documents the bank relies on to seize its share of the thousands of homes lost to foreclosure every week.
An audit by San Francisco county officials of about 400 recent foreclosures there determined that almost all involved either legal violations or suspicious documentation, according to a report released Wednesday.