The banks want to keep you hungry and poor. Don’t let them.
If you want to get rich in America, all you have to do,
they say, is tighten your belt, put your nose to the grindstone and pull
yourself up by your bootstraps. That sounds great—in a folksy,
With the recent announcement by Bank of America and GMAC Mortgage that they would resume "robo-signer" foreclosures in 23 states, one website is telling homeowners to demand to see their mortgage note before any bank tries to take their homes. The Where's the note? site, which we found through Blue Oregon, is an online letter generator for homeowners who want to find their mortgage note and ...
Echoing growing frustration nationwide around home foreclosures, a Portland man is suing Bank of America, alleging the financial giant gave him bad loan information and then wrongfully sold his house. According to a lawsuit filed Oct. 19 in Multnomah County Circuit Court, Matthew Marcott, now 51 years old, took out a home equity line of credit (HELOC) for an undisclosed amount in 2002. The line ...