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October 14, 2010

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problembear

when we bought our house back in 92 the s.o. had to schlep all over town from the mortgage company to the title company to correct their errors. fortunately, we hired an attorney to purchase said habitat. and he made sure all the strings were tied up.

without the attorney and the work of my wife running corrections all over town from the county assessor to the title company we would have little confidence in anything.

it is appalling. like watching sharks at closing though. all of these idiots were very adept at clicking open their attache cases in order to accept their checks though.

the only person who did their job right through the entire thing was our attorney. money well spent and highly advisable. do not make a move in the real estate market without one. the amount of incompetence out there in institutions people instinctively trust is absolutely appalling.

Dave Budge

It's actually more like pouring motor oil in the brake fluid reservoir - all the gaskets swell until nothing moves.

This problem could send us into a second recession or another financial crises. The hit needs to be taken by the sloppy bankers. Unfortunately I doubt that our political leaders will have the courage to allow that to happen.

Steve T.

Agreed. And had that "professional left" not taken notice in the last week, Obama would have signed into law a bill that would actually have made it HARDER for people to fight the banks during foreclosure proceedings.

Luckily for us, every once in a while he feels the need to pay attention to the clueless whiners on the left.

Wulfgar

Inspired by a certain other comment ...

had that "professional left" not taken notice in the last week, Obama would have signed into law a bill that would actually have made it HARDER for people to fight the banks during foreclosure proceedings.

Steve T, that makes little sense at all. The "Professional Left" has done their best to promote the idea that they are dissed or ignored by the administration. But when coincidental outrage occurs, its all about coercion. The administration payed attention just when you wanted them to. Right .......

(Or maybe, just maybe, they did the right thing, for once, 'right' as in correct. But how can one feel better by force when it's so much easier to take credit for coincidence. I'm certain that if you show up at the White House, Obama will shake your hand and thank you for saving his Presidency ...)

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