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$25 Billion Mortgage Settlement

Ira Rheingold, Executive Director of the National Association for Consumer Advocates, discusses the billion mortgage settlement with five of the nation’s top banks and what it means for homeowners.

Sen. Franken explains the next steps now that the federal government has reached a mortgage settlement with the biggest banks.

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16 Responses to "$25 Billion Mortgage Settlement"

  1. cdltpx says:
    @cdltpx As for domes USA is going to wake up. The weather trend lately has been tornado death and destruction in areas that rarely get it. What use to be 100 year events are occurring every 5 years now. New Madrid fault line San Andrea’s are set to release their energy. Add to that the potential for another 05 hurricane season and people will be flocking to Dome homes because of their virtues. Fast and cheap to construct those benefits are unmatched by any other method of construction.
  2. cdltpx says:
    @cdltpx Get this I am right about things 90% of the time I don’t shoot from the hip I do lots of study and research on things. It is rare I have to print a retraction. BO is riding high with a 50% rating right now and this can’t last bc fuel is going to cause immediate inflation which will absorb the disposable income causing the economy to become stagnant again. We are under the grips of PEAK OIL and until we wake up and redevelop transport methods we abandoned in the 1900′s we will be fucked.
  3. cdltpx says:
    @finerbiner That is amazing W your attitude I was suspecting you were somebody’s 12 year old punk puke on line to irritate people. IDK about superiority Kid Rock said it ain’t bragging MOTHER FUCKER if you can back it up. Kicked out of HS but still graduated GED 2 years ahead of my class. 3.85 age 35 AOS electronics I tell people what I think some cherish that.Others that like to slather bullshit over everything and act like their life is Disney when they should be in AA can’t stand it.
  4. finerbiner says:
    @cdltpx When you save another 10k you will be getting turned down again. All your blather about the quality of concrete domes will never convince any bank to lend you $0.005 on a home that 10 people in the whole country would even live in after they foreclose on you. I’ve got 20 yrs in banking and it will not happen.
    Hey, I say go for it. Whatever makes you happy. It’s a free country(kind of). Just understand that you are way out there and chill with the supposed superiority BS.
  5. cdltpx says:
    @finerbiner I can buy a stupid home like a trailer or have a stick home built they will not lend for domes. They claim since there are no examples in the area that they can’t lend for them my credit is almost good enough where I can get a signature loan. When I save another $10K I am going to go to my bank and see if we can deal if not I think I will find another bank. Please get a dictionary try to learn something before you comment. IF I wanted to hear from an asshole I would fart FUAH.
  6. finerbiner says:
    @cdltpx Tornados and hurricanes in the same ecosystem? Maybe you should just build a tree house. I suspect you will feel closer to your roots back in a tree.
    I can not even imagine why any bank would not take a chance on you. They must not like your ingenuity.
  7. cdltpx says:
    @finerbiner You are talking about the American dream you assUme I live in a trailer park and that is not what it is here see folks with snap will buy a trailer land deal and build a home on their property after they pay it off. Most will go to Jim Walters and have them take their cookie cutter crew and basically install a house that is destroyed with the first F1 tornado. Dome home can withstand at least an F4 tornado and a cat 5 hurricane I forgot about earthquake they are safe in them too.
  8. cdltpx says:
    @finerbiner I earned an AOS electronics. I own the land. My credit score is 810 and I am capable of getting a loan to build a home but the banks will not lend to build what I WANT. MDI concrete dome or a AI dome home is torando resistant, hurricane, lightening, wildfire proof, as good as disaster resistant. Use 1/3 the energy of a stick built home and LESS concrete. You have is a combination if ignorance and stupidity a library can cure the ignorance but you are too stupid to go BOY !
  9. finerbiner says:
    @cdltpx Fine. I have a question though. Why should anyone care about you or your trailer park dumb ass? Your philosophy is the model for how to achieve a trailer park existence. I don’t think that is exactly the “American Dream”.
  10. httm241 says:
    @thisscreensucks well this guy restored my hope to Minnesota after michelle bachmann ruined the state
  11. thisscreensucks says:
    @cdltpx
    after reading it 3 times over and imagining it in a southern drawl, i got it.
    thx bubba
  12. cdltpx says:
    @thisscreensucks We get but 500 characters to make our comments. That is it. If you don’t understand what I said my apologies if you do understand what I said FU !
  13. thisscreensucks says:
    @cdltpx go into debt for english lessons
  14. MrOne4truth says:
    Real nice, banks are getting away with all the fraud, another pay off, this is getting real sickening, wonder how much more the american people will take. Banks will keep stealing homes from the people Come on people wake up, look into what the banks are doing here, they do not even have the notes for these homes they are stealing, they have been paid, this is just another big scam
  15. cdltpx says:
    Al we are debt free we could be in a nicer home but know we are not going to get put out on the streets if we keep this 80 something broke down trailer. I tell people all the time that that when they sign a note they don’t have 30 years to pay it off they had better get the cheapest monthly note they can but pay that thing off as soon as they can even if it means no vacation no new car working every given hour they are alive. I will go in debt for one thing a Concrete dome home.
  16. Joe smith says:
    @finerbiner. I see you are still up to your rants on every webpage you can find. On top of that, you are still the same arrogant asshole you have always been. Basically a punk hiding behind a keyboard. Try this on for size!! Lets see how bad you are now that we know who you are.

    Lawrence W Burke
    273 Geneva Rd
    Glen Ellyn, IL 60137-3775
    (630) 858-7556
    lburke690@hotmail.com

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