In Fraud Suits Filed by DOJ and SEC, Bank of America Tries a Defense They Themselves Often Dismiss – Phil Stein

By | LXBN | August 22, 2013
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The Department of Jusitce and the SEC have recently filed suits against Bank of America for allegedly defrauding buyers of its mortgaged-backed securities back in 2008. A Bank of America spokesman has responded by saying, essentially, the buyers were sophisticated enough to know better and had access to plenty of data on them. Coincidentally, this is a argument Bank of America routinely dismisses in suits filed by them against mortgage lenders.

Mortgage Loan Repurchase Claims: Not That Different from Other Contract Claims

By | Mortgage Crisis Watch | April 13, 2012
Mortgage Loan Repurchase Claims: Not That Different from Other Contract Claims

As most correspondents/originators are now painfully aware, aggregator banks are unleashing a barrage of “repurchase” or “make whole” claims related to loans sold by the correspondent years ago. The aggregators cite supposed loan level breaches of representations and warranties in the applicable mortgage purchase and sale agreement or in the correspondent/originator guidelines.

What the National Mortgage Settlement Means to California Homeowners

What the National Mortgage Settlement Means to California Homeowners

You will find a great deal of information on the National Mortgage Settlement here. The settlement was reached with Ally/GMAC, Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo, and Citi.  This means that if your loan is being serviced elsewhere, you’re out of luck.  Remember that

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Bank of America Responds to Fannie Mae’s Pressure to Cover Losses

By | Mortgage Crisis Watch | March 12, 2012
Bank of America Responds to Fannie Mae’s Pressure to Cover Losses

As described on TheNicheReport.com last week, the rising number of allegedly flawed mortgage loans sold to Fannie Mae by Bank of America has created a rift between these two behemoths, each of which was bailed out by the U.S. government when the American real estate bubble burst.  Now, Fannie Mae is pressuring lender Bank of America to cover losses incurred by insured home loans that have defaulted, but on which the PMI company is refusing to pay.

SEC Responds to a Series of Requests for No-Action Letters Addressing Shareholder Proxy Access

On Wednesday, March 7, 2012, the SEC’s Division of Corporate Finance responded to a series of No-Action Requests regarding issues under Exchange Act Rule 14a-8 (under which eligible shareholders are permitted to require companies to include shareholder proposals regarding proxy access procedures in company proxy materials).