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Family Of 5 Loses Home to Caldor Fire, Lender Failed To Pay Fire Insurance Premiums From Escrow Account » A Grizzly Flats family who lost their home to the Caldor Fire learned their lender didn't pay the fire insurance premiums after their loan was sold. Cbsnews.com

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Celebrating Black History Month: Fred Jacobs » We have much to learn from each other, and each February during Black History Month, we are given the opportunity to honor, celebrate, and reflect on the achievements of Black people and the history and culture of the Black community. Fred Jacobs, vice president of enterprise data governance and secretary of NAAC, our Network of […] Mrcooper.com

QUINNON MARTIN III AND MICHELLE MARTIN v. THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON AS SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST JP MORGAN CHASE BANK NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE MR COOPER AND QUALITY LOAN SERVICE CORP (2023) | FindLaw » Case opinion for Court of Appeals of Nevada. QUINNON MARTIN III AND MICHELLE MARTIN v. THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON AS SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST JP MORGAN CHASE BANK NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE MR COOPER AND QUALITY LOAN SERVICE CORP. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw. Caselaw.findlaw.com

Deslonde v. Nationstar Mortgage, LLC, d/b/a Mr. Cooper et al. » Brett Deslonde appealed the grant of summary judgment entered in favor of Nationstar Mortgage, LLC, doing business as Mr. Cooper ("Nationstar"), and The Bank of New York Mellon, as trustee for Nationstar Home Equity Loan Trust 2007-C ("BNYM"), on Deslonde's claim seeking reformation of a loan-modification agreement on the ground of mutual mistake. In December 2006, Deslonde purchased real property in Fairhope, Alabama with a loan from Nationstar. Deslonde subsequently defaulted on his mortgage payments and applied for a loan modification through Nationstar's loss-mitigation program. By letter dated February 2014, Nationstar notified Deslonde that he had been approved for a "trial period plan" under the federal Home Affordable Modification Program ("the federal program"). Under the federal program, Deslonde was required to make three monthly trial payments in the amount of $1,767.38 and to submit all required documentation for participation in the program, including an executed loan-modification agreement. In Law.justia.com

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