Real estate news round up for June 29 2013…
The bank I love to hate: California man faces 13 years in jail for scribbling anti-bank messages in chalk
Say it isn’t so: Will the housing recovery leave you behind?
Screwed up: Botched Foreclosure Reviews Big Money Maker
Well, not a bust for the banks: Foreclosure settlement a billion-dollar bust
Counting chickens before they hatch: May Pending Home Sales At Highest Level in 6 Years
Hope they are right: Rising rates won’t hurt housing market
Could this mean fewer foreclosures? Mortgage Performance Continues Steady Improvement
Important info for home buyers: Do I qualify for an FHA Loan?
A NEW way for BofA to screw America: Bank of America to Send Some Mortgage Business Overseas
Could set a dangerous precedent: Fight over eminent domain continues unabated
Interesting and different view: Home Prices and Mortgage Rates
Challenges the previous story: What Higher Mortgage Rates Mean in the Real World
Good news: Supreme Court Property Rights Case Victory
Don’t Worry Be Happy: Americans Say Economy Is Top Worry for Nation’s Future
Creative Bookkeeping 101: In Residential Mortgage Backed Securities, When Is A Loss Not A Loss?
A more realistic QE story: 81.5% of Money Created through Quantitative Easing Is Gathering Dust Instead of Helping the Economy
Feeling squeezed out of the market? How to find an affordable home in an unaffordable city
The scandal that just won’t die: Full Deposition of Robo-Verifier