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Freddie Mac Gives $100,000 Grant to Nonprofit Network

The Center for New York City Neighborhoods (CNYCN) recently received a $100,000 grant from Freddie Mac, in an effort to continue foreclosure prevention in New York neighborhoods. Through a network of 30 nonprofit community-based partner organizations, CNYCN coordinates foreclosure prevention efforts by providing legal services, housing counseling, and education to individuals at risk of foreclosure.

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Countersuit Filed Against Ohio Attorney General

American Home Mortgage Servicing, Inc. (AHMSI), headquartered in Texas, is fighting back against the lawsuit filed against them yesterday. Filed by Ohio Attorney General, Richard Cordray, the lawsuit against AHMSI alleges the company was under numerous violations of the Ohio Consumer Sales Practices Act.

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Retro Appraisals Creates Revised Real Estate Appraisal

The historical revised real estate appraisal, constructed by Retro Appraisals LLC, isn't likely to excite lenders. Used by attorneys as a tool in loan modification, foreclosure defense, and foreclosure mediation, this appraisal estimates the market value of the subject property based on past data.

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Ohio Attorney General Cracks Down on Loan Servicing Company

Richard Cordray, Ohio Attorney General, has put his foot down on loan servicers using unfair and deceptive practices. A lawsuit filed today by Cordray against American Home Mortgage Servicing Inc. (AHMSI), alleges numerous violations of the Ohio Consumer Sales Practices Act.

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New Software Unveiled for Foreclosure Agents

One former real estate agent believes he has created the next big thing for foreclosure agents. With technology playing an increasing role in real estate agent's search for systems to help them work smarter and increase production, 27-year-old Thomas Moore decided to attack the issue head on.

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