Clippings 6-25 – 6-29

BofA Returns Foreclosed Home To Dirma Rodriguez And Disabled Daughter (Huffington Post) Bank of America has bought the home back from the investor who’d bought it in foreclosure, and is going to work with the Rodriguez family so they can stay in the home. “We found that the documents showed that the sale was void,” […]

Clippings 6-22 – 6-24

California foreclosure prevention bill is likely to advance (LA Times) A conference committee is expected to approve SB 900 next week and send the package to the floors of both the state Assembly and Senate for final debates and votes. Passage by the committee, which has four majority Democratic and two Republican members, is considered […]

Clippings 6-18 – 6/22

California Statewide Moratorium on Home Foreclosures Rally and March (Rally For Homes) Thousands will be marching on the State Capitol June 25th to ask the Legislature and governor to impose an immediate three-year foreclosure moratorium for California. Family Friendly-children encouraged to participate! Occupy Homes Wins Crucial Victories for Struggling Homeowners Against Big Banks (Alternet) It […]

Clippings June 4th – June 8th

Occupy group helping disabled Inkster man fight off foreclosure (Detroit Free Press) Jerome Jackson, paralyzed from the waist down at age 14, says he’s fighting back against a foreclosure… Volunteers from Occupy Detroit and the nonprofit People Before Banks plan to picket outside 22nd District Court in Inkster when an eviction hearing takes place… California […]

Clippings May 30th – June 3rd

Bank Forecloses While Woman Visits Wounded Son in Military Hospital (Crooks and Liars) Washington was in the middle of a loan modification with BofA when her son who is in the military was wounded… She informed the bank that she needed to go be with her son, and BoA assured her in a letter that […]