October 7, 2010

Obama to Veto Notary Bill

According to the latest developments, President Obama will pocket-veto a piece of legislation that critics say would make it easier for banks to process foreclosures and […]
October 7, 2010

Bill H.R. 3808 lets banks use notary as defense against litigation

Congress recently passed Bill H.R. 3808, the Interstate Recognition of Notarizations Act of 2010 which says anything a notary signs is true, is usable (like a driver’s […]
October 6, 2010

Brooklyn judge tosses bad foreclosure filings

With foreclosure filings growing by the month, some judges are holding banks and loan servicers’ feet to the fire to prove they “own” the mortgage and […]
October 1, 2010

Black & LoBello’s Quarterly Newsletter: You Have Been Served! 2.4.2010

This edition of You Have Been Served! 2.4.2010 focuses on estate planning, probate, and asset protection services offered by Black & LoBello.  We have acquired some […]
September 29, 2010

Carlos McDade teaches for CE, CLE credit at upcoming NBI Seminar

Carlos L. McDade, Esq. will teach a class entitled, “Stay on Top of Environmental Considerations” at the National Business Institute One-Day Seminar located at the Gold […]
September 27, 2010

Fannie Mae’s new First Look program

As foreclosures increase,  the nation’s largest mortgage financier has added 61,929 new REO properties to its inventory in the second quarter. In an effort to step […]
September 22, 2010

1/3 of Americans Believe it is OK to Walk Away from Home

A survey by the Pew Research Center found that more than a third – 36 percent – of Americans believe the practice of “walking away” from […]
September 21, 2010

Map and Directions to the Town Hall Meeting THIS Weekend

Don’t miss this weekend’s FREE Town Hall meeting hosted by Prudential Americana features experts from various fields related to the Real Estate market to answer YOUR questions. […]
September 20, 2010

Update on the U.S. Real Estate Market

At the end of August, Lender Processing Services (LPS) reported that mortgages on 4,947,000 properties nationwide were at least 30 days past due but NOT in […]