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This episode will discuss fraud and corruption in the Fannie Mae HomePath program and the role of Fannie Mae and its alleged commitment to provide low to moderate income housing to families as well as the fraudulent role of investors and real estate agents. We will discuss the lack of federal monitoring. We will discuss how properties are sold to investors seeking financial gain as oppose to families in need of affordable housing. We will discuss how properties are sold, foreclosed and then sold again by the same people and same realtors after foreclosure. An example: County records show the same owner since 2004 for a property, but is has "sold" and foreclosed 3 times since 2004. The same people name have appeared over and over again since 2004 concerning these properties. CEO of Fannie Mae and Chase have failed to address these ongoing abuses.
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With bring in information and understanding of Fannie Mae. HOME PATH RENOVATION FINANCING PROGRAM. We bring an understanding to the program how you.quality
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Mortage giants Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae have issued temporary guidelines for loan brokers during the shutdown.
We turn to Mortgage expert Karen Bartholomew of Summit Funding on what it means to those borrowers in process, escrow, and hoping to buy a home!
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Ha - with artificial intelligence being the stuff movies have been made of since Terminator, we see that the algorithms are attempted to be refined and changed to give what homes and real estate are worth absent a qualified real estate agent. Referenced in our Radio Show today was a bit we did on the changes to the Freddie and Fannie REO rules http://blog.paris911.com/good-news-non-investor-buyer-fannie-freddie/ We also put together the way some of the real estate syndication websites are going to dupe you into giving up who you are when it comes to obtaining your home's value http://blog.paris911.com/asking-algorithm-tell-much-home-worth-like/ and of course, our main site where we posted up the top 12 questions to ask the next realtor you are going to want to hire to sell your home is located at http://paris911.com just scroll down on the same page.
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Nathalie leads the discussion in the 1st half...2nd half Mollie Macarthy - Openshaw, President of Hot Flash Wines, shares her journey of overcoming and healing.
Embattled rural progressive speaks about her first hand account; trials and tribulations of fighting the "Old Gaurd" and how in rurual Georgia 2014 it is still affecting their ability to organize around Obama's "Respect, Empower, and Include".
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A report released Monday by a government watchdog reveals the top 90 employees, excluding the CEOs, received an impressive $92 million in pay last year at Fannie and Freddie -- companies that are propped by taxpayer money.
The median paycheck of the top 23 executives at Fannie and Freddie totaled $1.72 million in 2011, a 9% decline from the previous year. The next 62 executives took home $723,000, a decline of 5%. Even high-ranked federal government employees don't make close to these numbers, which are more comparable to top salaries in the private sector.
Executive compensation for Fannie and Freddie has fallen under heightened scrutiny after the two companies lost billions of dollars when the housing bubble burst. Both companies were the largest buyers of home mortgage loans in the U.S. and have been criticized for lax standards during the housing boom. Their losses were borne by taxpayers when the companies were taken over by the government in September 2008.