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Fannie Mae offers expanded options for green improvements

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Mortgage Professional America | 13 Jun 2016, 08:15 AM Agree 0
A new renovation mortgage from Fannie Mae gives borrowers enhanced options to improve their homes’ energy efficiency
  • Gabe | | 14 Jun 2016, 12:39 PM Agree 0
    Fannie Mae in cahoots with Bank of America FKA Countrywide....passed onto Green Tree NKA Ditech (criminals MO is to change their names when their crimes come to light)...hand in hand with their not so trusty substitute trustee attorneys (ie Samuel I White firm of MANY)...continue to perpetuate FRAUD and theft of homes by submitting FORGED owners signatures on DOTs and then stamped with a phony endorsement...and then the fabricated evidence is turned over to the courts and used to foreclose on thousands upon thousands of families and homeowners who have been nothing but lied to and criminalized by the banksters from the start. Its the TRUTH but these entities care nothing for the TRUTH, instead care only for their worthless debt dollars and will do anything, including committing felonies and fraud upon the courts , to get it. Racketeering, mail fraud, forgery ...just another day, another dollar. The state regulators do nothing, the federal govt does nothing, except cuts deals w/the criminal bankers who never follow through on their end. The crimes are ALLOWED to continue, the homes have been paid for several times over in the biggest ponzi scheme the world has ever seen...and still the greedy banks want the home and therefore fabricate the evidence to foreclose, how truly pathetic and disgusting. One day, these greedy lowlifes will meet their Creator and will have to answer to Him. Until that time, enjoy your money god.
  • legal guy | | 20 Jul 2016, 12:31 PM Agree 0
    well if its that simple there should be numerous class action attorneys lining up to take on this lawsuit. With class action legal fees at 30% of the amount there should be no problem. So outline the problem and start soliciting attorneys instead of shooting your mouth off half cocked.
  • Woman on fire | | 02 Sep 2016, 08:46 AM Agree 0
    Exact same issues at hand and currently 20,000 in lawyers fees in 2 yrs. 3 contracts completely satisfied on our side that met every requirement FNMA offered but when it came to closing FNMA NEVER SHOWED! We even offered 20,000 more than what we owed on the house......someone doesn't have there paperwork in order to produce title it seems. Crooks for sure.
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