In Pro Per Foreclosure Defense

Attorney Steve Vondran discusses the rise of lawsuits filed by homeowners representing themselves in the battle to defend against foreclosure.
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Filipino Housing Advocates Plan to Fight for California’s Homeowners in Court SAN FRANCISCO – The National Asian American Coalition (formerly Mabuhay Alliance) announced today that they plan to file a lawsuit against the California Housing Finance Agency because it failed to distribute more than billion dollars, set aside by the Obama government, to help. struggling homeowners in California. Out of the 1 million homeowners in the state needing help, the group said only 300 homeowners have been helped with their loan modifications. Executive Director Faith Bautista said, “This is civil rights issue. People need that money to keep their homes. And not enough is being done to help them. Bautista and the group’s counsel, Bob Gnaizda said they plan to meet with California Governor Jerry Brown to see if this issue could be resolved — before the case even reaches the courts. Bautista and the group’s counsel, Bob Gnaizda said they plan to meet with California Governor Jerry Brown to see if this issue could be resolved — before the case even reaches the courts. OUT OF OPTIONS Meantime, in Carson, California, Arnel de la Cruz said he tried everything to save his home. After losing his job two years ago, he tried to get a loan modification from his lender, Chase Bank, to reduce his 4000 dollar monthly mortgage. He and his family managed to stay current on their payments. But after hiring a company to help with the modification, de la Cruz was advised to default on the mortgage
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  • TheGotchaJournalist says:

    The big question should be: How much of that money is going to Mabuhay Alliance, now renamed NAAC? The advocacy is self-serving.

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