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New Data Show Foreclosures Likely to Rise


Banks have stepped up their actions against homeowners who have fallen behind on their mortgage payments, setting the stage for a fresh wave of foreclosures. (Sept. 15)

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12 Responses to "New Data Show Foreclosures Likely to Rise"

  1. JaxInvest says:
    Great channel! Just wanted to drop in and say hi!
  2. rewire69 says:
    Well the first thing is that the banks do not want you to know they do not more then likely own your house legally anyhow.If you have a loan between 2006 and 2009 you are paying the bank for a house they dont even own the note on anyhow.So basically weather you are in default or not your wrongfully paying a bank for something they have been paid for already 15 times over.Not to mention a security and a not can not exist at the same time.I do mortgage audits and the banks are full of crap.
  3. rewire69 says:
    Well the first thing is that the banks do not want you to know they do not more then likely own your house legally anyhow.If you have a loan between 2006 and 2009 you are paying the bank for a house they dont even own the note on anyhow.So basically weather you are in default or not your wrongfully paying a bank for something they have been paid for already 15 times over.Not to mention a security and a not can not exist at the same time.
  4. TRYER25 says:
    Not just a new report. A report they probably had to pay 100k for. You don’t need some new data to tell us what we already know. So instead of 70k foreclosures last month, it is 60k foreclosures. Oh yay=Z
  5. KyuuA4 says:
    Hey Bankers. No more Bailouts for you, if you assholes aren’t even willing to bailout America.
  6. BabybooR33 says:
    33 illuminati percent !!!
  7. OnlyBoo1 says:
    CHECK OUT OHIOLEDA CHANNEL, BUILDING 7 FOOTAGE WHERE YOU SEE THE EXPLOSIONS GOING OFF!
  8. Josephdaz1 says:
    Part of the master plan .. many of the homes are being bulldozed .. >> watch?v=_sy2_Answz4 >> Last month, Bank of America announced plans to demolish 100 foreclosed homes in the Cleveland area. The land is then going to be donated back to the local government authorities. Bank of America is supporting Rick Perry >> watch closely >> watch?v=WRAXKbj7V4E
  9. schwartsbruder says:
    Well that was unexpected?…………….NOT!
  10. calebfrederick says:
    @kimintexas they do already
  11. kimintexas says:
    The banks will own everyhing
  12. gertandrykaaramees says:
    first

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