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Linden Homes has chosen historic Welton only 6 miles North of Lincoln to show case it s new range of homes. 54 three four bedroom homes will be built on the new development off Cliff Road, ideally situated for Welton s many amenities which include a supermarket, eateries, health centre dentist, pub and library amongst others. Our new homes in Welton have been well thought out with the discerning customer in mind and feature homes for everyone from young professionals to growing families.

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New homes for sale in North Solihull, West Midlands from Bellway Homes, saxon mortgage.#Saxon #mortgage


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New homes from 176 995 to 232 250

This modern development of 2, 3 and 4-bedroom homes located in Chelmsley Wood, benefits from ease of access to Coventry and Birmingham, as well as all of the amenities North Solihull has to offer.

Sales Centre Tel: 0121 7709036

Currently marketed from our Digby Court development. Opening hours are 7 days a week, 10:30am – 5:00pm, with a late opening of 10:30am – 7:30pm on Thursday.

Welcome to Saxon Gate

New homes to be released for sale in November – contact our sales advisor for further details

Saxon Gate is a modern development of new 2, 3, and 4-bedroom homes in Chelmsley Wood and forms part of the major transformation of North Solihull.

Designed to appeal to a range of audiences, including families, first-time buyers and investors, these properties are finished to a high quality specification. All homes include stylish design features such as open-plan living areas with elegant French doors. Bathrooms are fitted with ceramic tiling and high-quality white sanitaryware by Roca, while kitchens include integrated, stainless steel, Zanussi ovens. All of the properties benefit from either a parking space or garage some enjoy both.

The development is ideally placed for those commuting to Coventry and Birmingham. Residents of Saxon Gate will benefit from ease of access to local and major roads, including the M6 and M42. The nearest train station is only seven minutes drive away, offering regular services to Birmingham and Coventry. There are also regular bus services into Solihull town centre and Birmingham.

For residents with young children there is a selection of well-regarded primary schools nearby, including Bishop Wilson Church of England and Windy Arbor primary schools, which are each less than a mile from the development. For older children, CTC Kingshurst Academy, John Henry Newman Catholic College and The Coleshill School are less than two miles away from Saxon Gate.

Residents of these stylish new homes in Chelmsley Wood will benefit from lots of green spaces in the surrounding area, including nearby Meriden Park. Ideal for outdoor pursuits, the park includes a children s playground, football pitches, tennis courts and a skatepark. For further outdoor pursuits, Babbs Mill Park is a popular local nature reserve located within close proximity of Saxon Gate.

For indoor entertainment, StarCity is around 20 minutes drive from the development. This popular leisure and entertainment complex includes one of Europe s largest cinemas, a ten-pin bowling alley, indoor golf, five-a-side football and climbing centres, as well as family-friendly dining options.

A wide range of restaurants, bars and pubs can be found in Solihull town centre, the area is being well-known for its vibrant dining scene, and is only a 20-minute drive away from Saxon Gate.

Residents of these new homes in Solihull can also benefit from the many retail opportunities available nearby. Chelmsley Wood shopping centre is less than a mile away from Saxon Gate. Here, several high-street and brand name stores sit alongside independent retailers, casual restaurants and coffee shops. The centre is also home to a library, gym, indoor market and a large supermarket.

Solihull also offers a range of brand name stores and independent boutiques, many of which are situated within the popular Fort and Touchwood shopping centres.

Further retail, dining and cultural entertainment can be found within Birmingham and Coventry. Both cities are around 12 miles away from the development and can be accessed within approximately 20 minutes by car. Each of these cosmopolitan cities offers a wealth of restaurants, bars, shopping centres and museums to be explored.

Contact our sales team on 0121 7709036 for more information about these new homes in Chelmsley Wood, Solihull.

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Mortgage Servicers (Lenders) Important Phone and Fax Numbers for Loan Modification and Sale of Property


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Important Phone and Fax Numbers

Help this mission and others.

Please report wrong numbers and new numbers.

CHART 1: Loss Mitigation numbers for

CHART 2: Short Sale/Liquidation numbers.

CHART 3: Bankruptcy Loss Mitigation numbers

for Loan Modifications.

1st Column: Fax number Letter of Authorization

(use ONLY for authorization).

2nd Column: Fax number for Documentation.

3rd Column: Phone number to use for follow up.

NUMBERS FOR ESCALATION

(has numbers for most CEO areas)

(ensures Servicer Compliance)

(if Borrower does not receive trial agmt. or permanent modification).

LOSS MITIGATION NUMBERS FOR LOAN MODIFICATIONS

(use Countrywide numbers if loan formerly CW)

(Sold to Capital One)

(First American handles loan mods)

American Home Mtg Svcs)

This information is provided free of charge by Operation Restoration. Donations are critically needed to help this mission move forward. If this material has helped you or someone you love, please click on the Donate button below. May God bless you.

– Anne Batte, Executive Director

SHORT SALE CONTACT NUMBERS

(Sold to Capital One)

This information is provided free of charge by Operation Restoration. Donations are critically needed to help this mission move forward. If this material has helped you or someone you love, please click on the Donate button below. May God bless you.

– Anne Batte, Executive Director

BANKRUPTCY LOSS MITIGATION NUMBERS FOR LOAN MODIFICATIONS

(Sold to Capital One)

7- Phyillis Gosnell

Request for additional help

Thank you for contacting Operation Restoration. Please fill in the information below if you need clarification on material or guidance on strategy. We will contact you shortly. Notes: (1) While the information provided on the website is free to use (if it helps you in any way, please remember to donate), we are transitioning into a donation-based personalized assistance operation. As you know this arena is very specialized. This mission has spent extensive hours over the past 6 years to remain ahead of the curve. (2) Remember, your participation and team work are necessary as ongoing in-depth research is necessary to achieve leverage. Education empowers people to survive and succeed. We look forward to speaking with you. Sincerely, Anne Batte Executive Director


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Like it or not, name can impact your career

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Throughout Shuki Khalili’s career, he suspected his name might be holding him back. When he worked for a Wall Street headhunter, he felt potential clients would blow him off when they heard his name. When he started his own business selling greeting cards, phones sales were initially a bust at first.

“I tried using an American name, ‘Andrew Warner,’ and suddenly I could at least engage them in conversation and sell them some ads so I could build my business,” he said. He now goes by Andrew Warner and runs a successful entrepreneurial resource site called Mixergy.com in Santa Monica, Calif.

Like it or not, your name can make a difference in how seriously you are taken at work and whether you even get your foot in the door for the interview.

One study by researchers at MIT and the University of Chicago found that job applicants with names that sounded African-American got short shrift when it came to the hiring process. The researchers sent out 5,000 fake resumes, and it turned out that resumes with names such as Tyrone and Tamika were less likely to get calls from prospective employers than their Anglo-sounding counterparts, and qualifications seemed to have little impact.

For Larry Whitten, owner of the Whitten Hotel in Taos, N.M., names mattered so much that he ordered a group of Hispanic employees change their names to sound more Anglo Saxon . For example, changing Martin (pronounced Mar-TEEN) to plain-old Martin or Marco to Mark.

At the Taos hotel, Whitten explained, when some workers answered the phones and said their names, customers didn’t understand what they were saying. For example, Mar-TEEN, sounded like “my thing,” he said.

“I am not a racist,” said Whitten, who fired several employees for insubordination. What motivated his decisions, he stressed, was the bottom line.

“I’m not accustomed to Spanish lingo. A lot of people have the same thing,” he said. “If a name is going to prevent me from getting a guest because they hang up or can’t understand it or they get frustrated, I have to do something about it.”

He said he had operated a hotel in Oklahoma where 99 percent of his employees were African American and did a similar thing. “I changed five or six names without any trouble there,” he said. “Latasha to Tasha, to make it easy.”

“Customer preferences and co-worker preferences are never something that can justify discrimination,” said Ernest Haffner, senior attorney adviser at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

“Changing somebody’s name is something that could be viewed as intentionally discriminatory or not but it still could have a disparate impact” on a certain group of workers, said Haffner, who would not comment directly on the New Mexico hotel workers’ situation because he did not know the details. “If the employer feels people are uncomfortable with workers that have foreign-sounding names, then the employer is adopting the biases of the customers or co-workers.”

If, however, the employer has some legitimate business reason for asking a worker to change his or her name, he said, and is not only singling out one group, then that may be a different story.

Full disclosure here: My own family, Greek immigrants from Istanbul, has grappled with the name issue for years.

My grandfather, whose first name was Soukias, worked in a New York textile factory and was told by his boss when he started: “Your name is now Joe.” Also, my sister, an attorney in Virginia, changed her name to Tahmin from Tahmincioglu because an employer told her to pick a name that sounded more American. And more than one editor has asked me if I used my whole name on a byline.

I chose to keep my last name, but my real first name is Evanthia. I go by Eve professionally.

Tammy Kabell, a resume consultant, has often seen how names are perceived in her line of work. “I’ve had frank discussions with HR managers and hiring mangers in the corporate world, and they tell me when they see a name that’s ethnic or a black name, they perceive that person as having low education or coming from a lower socioeconomic class,” she said.

And it’s only gotten worse during the recession, she added. “At 10 percent unemployment, they’re going through a lot of resumes, so they can be selective of who they call.”

Following Sept. 11, 2001, she noticed a particular bias against Muslim/Arab sounding names. One particular client who was an electrical engineer was from Pakistan and named Raheem. “He looked for a year and a half and couldn’t get anything,” she explained, adding that he could only find a job as a supervisor of a cleaning staff at a Miami hotel.


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Webster s Dictionary 1828 – Online Edition

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Noah Webster (1758 – 1843), was a lexicographer and a language reformer. He is often called the “Father of American Scholarship and Education”. In his lifetime he was also a lawyer, schoolmaster, author, newspaper editor and an outspoken politician.

Noah Webster was a very learned and devout man, and his ideas about language in his long introduction to his dictionary make for interesting reading. The frontispiece gives us a wonderful portrait of Webster. He presents as a man of strong will and determination, qualities he would have needed to push his great project to a conclusion.

In 1807 Webster began compiling a fully comprehensive dictionary, An American Dictionary of the English Language; it took twenty-eight years to complete. To evaluate the etymology of words, Webster learned twenty-six languages, including Old English (Anglo-Saxon), Greek, Hebrew and Latin.

Webster completed his dictionary during his year abroad in 1825 in Paris, France, and at the University of Cambridge. His book contained seventy thousand words, of which twelve thousand had never appeared in a published dictionary before. As a spelling reformer, Webster believed that English spelling rules were unnecessarily complex, so his dictionary introduced American English spellings, replacing colour with color, substituting wagon for waggon, and printing center instead of centre. He also added American words, like skunk and squash, that did not appear in British dictionaries. At the age of seventy, Webster published his dictionary in 1828, registering the copyright on April 14. Webster did all this in an effort to standardize the American language.

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Though it now has an honored place in the history of American English, Webster’s first dictionary only sold two and a half thousand copies. He was forced to mortgage his home to develop a second edition, and his life from then on was plagued with debt.

In 1840, the second edition was published in two volumes. On May 28, 1843, a few days after he had completed revising an appendix to the second edition, Noah Webster died.

Noah Webster was a Christian and famously said “Education is useless without the Bible.” His dictionary contains seventy thousand words and over six thousand Bible references and remains one of the only mainstream dictionaries to use Bible references to demonstrate the meaning of words. His dictionary is an essential tool for anyone studying the Bible.

Christian readers will find it rewarding to compare his definitions of such words as “marriage”, “education”, “sin”, “law”, “faith”, “prayer”, etc., with those given in any modern dictionary. They will no doubt be surprised at the great differences, and may come away with a renewed respect for American.

Noah Webster also used quotes from many authors of classical literature in his dictionary. His work went on to inspire many other authors in their use of the language. As with Emily Dickinson, we know that she made frequent and extensive use of Noah Webster’s ‘Dictionary of the English Language’ in writing her poems, paying attention not only to definitions but also to Webster’s etymologies and his illustrative quotations.

The scholarly consensus is that she probably made use of an 1844 reprint of the 1841 edition, but since this is now rare, and since the 1828 edition was also in the Dickinson library, the present facsimile of the 1828 edition becomes an important resource for helping us to recover at least some of the senses in which she understood certain words.

This is a book that should be in everyone’s library, as providing a fund of wisdom, knowledge, and information that few modern books can even begin to approach.


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Contact information for some bank CEOs:

Nationwide Title Clearing will manufacture any document to cover-up the title fraud problems.

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of County Land Records

Saxon mortgage FORENSIC EXAMINATION OF ASSIGNMENTS OF MORTGAGE RECORDED DURING 2010 IN THE

ESSEX SOUTHERN DISTRICT REGISTRY OF DEEDS John O’Brien, Assessor-Recorder

Saxon mortgage FORECLOSURE IN CALIFORNIA: A CRISIS OF COMPLIANCE Phil Ting, Assessor-Recorder (2012)

Christina Allen – Lender Processing Services Liquenda Allotey – Lender Processing Services Christine Anderson – Lender Processing Services: now appropriately called Black Knight Financial Services, a subsidiary of Fidelity National Financial Inc.

Scott Anderson – Ocwen and Residential Loan Servicing

Patricia Arango – Marshall C. Watson law firm (CONTRADICTS CONGRESSIONAL TESTIMONY OF

China Brown – Wells Fargo (Piwinski case)

Bryan Bly – Nationwide Title – Video Deposition Part 1, Part 2

Deborah Brignac Forgeries – Deutsche Bank, Washington Mutual, Long Beach Mortgage, California Reconveyance,

JPMorgan Chase, Fidelity

Whitney Cook – JPMorgan Chase

Beth Cottrell – JPMorgan Chase

Margaret Dalton – JPMorgan Chase

Dhurata Doko – Nationwide Title – Video Deposition Part 1, Part 2

Alfonzo Greene – Lender Processing Services

Laura Hescott – Lender Processing Services

Barbara Hindman – JPMorgan Chase

Bethany Hood – Lender Processing Services

Pat Kingston – EMC Mortgage

Cecelia Knox – Lender Processing Services

Margie Kwiatanowsk – GMAC

Topako Love – Lender Processing Services

Crystal Moore – Nationwide Title – Video Deposition. Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4

Noemi MoralesOcwen – Signs for Scott Anderson. Notary stamp was expired when she signed many documents.

Erica Johnson-Seck– Indymac The corporations for which she had signing authority included the FDIC as

conservator for IndyMac. She’s now a vice president in Austin, Texas,

for OneWest Bank, which bought IndyMac from the FDIC.

Stanley Silva – Ticor Title: Notice of Defaults, LPS, Fidelity, MERS, Wells Fargo

Jodi Sobotta – Lender Processing Services

Stacy Spohn – Chase Home Finance

Jeffrey Stephan – GMAC Highlights by Lynn Szymoniak

Jeffrey Stephan – Motion for Relief GRANTED – Attorney Fees Awarded on Affidavit Made in Bad Faith

Eric Tate – Lender Processing Services

Christina Trowbridge – JPMorgan Chase

Rhonda Weston – Bank of America: Is one of 10,000 listed vice presidents for Bank of America and had signed

legal documents allegedly not in the presence of a notary public and without reading the document.

Amy Weis – Lender Processing Services

Rick Wilken – Lender Processing Services, EMC Mortgage, MERS, HSBC, JP Morgan Chase

From attorney Lynn Szymoniak of Fraud Digest

To assist JPMorgan Chase , Fraud Digest suggests that it dismiss those actions where the Affidavits or Mortgage Assignments were signed by the following robo-signers: Beth Cottrell, Whitney Cook, Christina Trowbridge and Stacy Spohn from the Chase Home Finance office in Franklin County, OH; Margaret Dalton and Barbara Hindman from the Jacksonville, FL office of JPMorgan Chase;

and any of the Lender Processing Services robo-signers from the Dakota County, MN office including Christina Allen, Liquenda Allotey, Christine Anderson, Alfonzo Greene, Laura Hescott, Bethany Hood, Cecelia Knox, Topako Love, Jodi Sobotta, Eric Tate, Amy Weis and Rick Wilken.

In particular, JP Morgan Chase should look at those cases where the bank has supposedly assigned mortgages to WaMu , WMALT , Long Beach Mortgage Company and NovaStar trusts years after the closing dates of these trusts. The number of questionable or fraudulent documents is likely to be much closer to 560,000 than to 56,000, and that will only be a good beginning. – Attorney Lynn Szymoniak


Mortgage Servicers (Lenders) Important Phone and Fax Numbers for Loan Modification and Sale of Property


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Important Phone and Fax Numbers

Help this mission and others.

Please report wrong numbers and new numbers.

CHART 1: Loss Mitigation numbers for

CHART 2: Short Sale/Liquidation numbers.

CHART 3: Bankruptcy Loss Mitigation numbers

for Loan Modifications.

1st Column: Fax number Letter of Authorization

(use ONLY for authorization).

2nd Column: Fax number for Documentation.

3rd Column: Phone number to use for follow up.

NUMBERS FOR ESCALATION

(has numbers for most CEO areas)

(ensures Servicer Compliance)

(if Borrower does not receive trial agmt. or permanent modification).

LOSS MITIGATION NUMBERS FOR LOAN MODIFICATIONS

(use Countrywide numbers if loan formerly CW)

(Sold to Capital One)

(First American handles loan mods)

American Home Mtg Svcs)

This information is provided free of charge by Operation Restoration. Donations are critically needed to help this mission move forward. If this material has helped you or someone you love, please click on the Donate button below. May God bless you.

– Anne Batte, Executive Director

SHORT SALE CONTACT NUMBERS

(Sold to Capital One)

This information is provided free of charge by Operation Restoration. Donations are critically needed to help this mission move forward. If this material has helped you or someone you love, please click on the Donate button below. May God bless you.

– Anne Batte, Executive Director

BANKRUPTCY LOSS MITIGATION NUMBERS FOR LOAN MODIFICATIONS

(Sold to Capital One)

7- Phyillis Gosnell

Request for additional help

Thank you for contacting Operation Restoration. Please fill in the information below if you need clarification on material or guidance on strategy. We will contact you shortly. Notes: (1) While the information provided on the website is free to use (if it helps you in any way, please remember to donate), we are transitioning into a donation-based personalized assistance operation. As you know this arena is very specialized. This mission has spent extensive hours over the past 6 years to remain ahead of the curve. (2) Remember, your participation and team work are necessary as ongoing in-depth research is necessary to achieve leverage. Education empowers people to survive and succeed. We look forward to speaking with you. Sincerely, Anne Batte Executive Director


Pingora Asset Management – About Us, saxon mortgage.#Saxon #mortgage


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Pingora Asset Management LLC, (“Pingora”), is a specialized asset manager focused on investing in and servicing of new production performing mortgage servicing right ( MSR ) portfolios. Founded by Michael Lau in 2012, Pingora plans to capitalize on recently formed opportunities in the mortgage sector.

Pingora Asset Management LLC is led by a team of mortgage industry executives with market leading experience in sourcing and executing MSR transactions and navigating key regulatory and business relationships in the mortgage industry.

Meet Our Team

Michael P. Lau

Recognized as a leader in all aspects of the mortgage banking industry, most recently as Executive Vice President of Phoenix Capital, CEO Michael P. Lau brings over 25 years of expertise in loan servicing, underwriting, quality control, IT, accounting, finance, capital markets, and business development to Pingora Asset Management.

Todd Wallace

Todd Wallace joins Pingora Asset Management after four years with Vantium Capital, Inc., where as CFO he streamlined system operations and increased assets from $500 million to $4 billion. Throughout his thirty-year career he has played instrumental roles in helping grow various types of financial organizations such as WMC, GE Money Spring Mountain Group.

Paul Thomas

Paul Thomas joins Pingora from SunTrust, where he was the EVP of Capital Markets responsible for MSR asset management, secondary marketing, investor relations, investment portfolio management and product development. Paul has over 20 years of experience in mortgage-related interest rate risk management, structured finance, and credit risk management, holding key roles at National City, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae. Paul received a BSBA from the University of Denver, an MBA from The Wharton School, and is a Chartered Financial Analyst.


The Foreclosure Fraudsters, Co-conspirators – ROBO-Signors, saxon mortgage.#Saxon #mortgage


Contact information for some bank CEOs:

Nationwide Title Clearing will manufacture any document to cover-up the title fraud problems.

Saxon mortgageFORENSIC AUDITS

of County Land Records

Saxon mortgage FORENSIC EXAMINATION OF ASSIGNMENTS OF MORTGAGE RECORDED DURING 2010 IN THE

ESSEX SOUTHERN DISTRICT REGISTRY OF DEEDS John O’Brien, Assessor-Recorder

Saxon mortgage FORECLOSURE IN CALIFORNIA: A CRISIS OF COMPLIANCE Phil Ting, Assessor-Recorder (2012)

Christina Allen – Lender Processing Services Liquenda Allotey – Lender Processing Services Christine Anderson – Lender Processing Services: now appropriately called Black Knight Financial Services, a subsidiary of Fidelity National Financial Inc.

Scott Anderson – Ocwen and Residential Loan Servicing

Patricia Arango – Marshall C. Watson law firm (CONTRADICTS CONGRESSIONAL TESTIMONY OF

China Brown – Wells Fargo (Piwinski case)

Bryan Bly – Nationwide Title – Video Deposition Part 1, Part 2

Deborah Brignac Forgeries – Deutsche Bank, Washington Mutual, Long Beach Mortgage, California Reconveyance,

JPMorgan Chase, Fidelity

Whitney Cook – JPMorgan Chase

Beth Cottrell – JPMorgan Chase

Margaret Dalton – JPMorgan Chase

Dhurata Doko – Nationwide Title – Video Deposition Part 1, Part 2

Alfonzo Greene – Lender Processing Services

Laura Hescott – Lender Processing Services

Barbara Hindman – JPMorgan Chase

Bethany Hood – Lender Processing Services

Pat Kingston – EMC Mortgage

Cecelia Knox – Lender Processing Services

Margie Kwiatanowsk – GMAC

Topako Love – Lender Processing Services

Crystal Moore – Nationwide Title – Video Deposition. Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4

Noemi MoralesOcwen – Signs for Scott Anderson. Notary stamp was expired when she signed many documents.

Erica Johnson-Seck– Indymac The corporations for which she had signing authority included the FDIC as

conservator for IndyMac. She’s now a vice president in Austin, Texas,

for OneWest Bank, which bought IndyMac from the FDIC.

Stanley Silva – Ticor Title: Notice of Defaults, LPS, Fidelity, MERS, Wells Fargo

Jodi Sobotta – Lender Processing Services

Stacy Spohn – Chase Home Finance

Jeffrey Stephan – GMAC Highlights by Lynn Szymoniak

Jeffrey Stephan – Motion for Relief GRANTED – Attorney Fees Awarded on Affidavit Made in Bad Faith

Eric Tate – Lender Processing Services

Christina Trowbridge – JPMorgan Chase

Rhonda Weston – Bank of America: Is one of 10,000 listed vice presidents for Bank of America and had signed

legal documents allegedly not in the presence of a notary public and without reading the document.

Amy Weis – Lender Processing Services

Rick Wilken – Lender Processing Services, EMC Mortgage, MERS, HSBC, JP Morgan Chase

From attorney Lynn Szymoniak of Fraud Digest

To assist JPMorgan Chase , Fraud Digest suggests that it dismiss those actions where the Affidavits or Mortgage Assignments were signed by the following robo-signers: Beth Cottrell, Whitney Cook, Christina Trowbridge and Stacy Spohn from the Chase Home Finance office in Franklin County, OH; Margaret Dalton and Barbara Hindman from the Jacksonville, FL office of JPMorgan Chase;

and any of the Lender Processing Services robo-signers from the Dakota County, MN office including Christina Allen, Liquenda Allotey, Christine Anderson, Alfonzo Greene, Laura Hescott, Bethany Hood, Cecelia Knox, Topako Love, Jodi Sobotta, Eric Tate, Amy Weis and Rick Wilken.

In particular, JP Morgan Chase should look at those cases where the bank has supposedly assigned mortgages to WaMu , WMALT , Long Beach Mortgage Company and NovaStar trusts years after the closing dates of these trusts. The number of questionable or fraudulent documents is likely to be much closer to 560,000 than to 56,000, and that will only be a good beginning. – Attorney Lynn Szymoniak


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SAXONS ESTATE AGENTS

Saxons estate agents love what they do and pride themselves on having a unique perspective on the entire process of matching people with homes. From the little things we see that others miss, to the neighbourhoods we know like the back of our hands. Because where others see customers, we see people. And where others see houses, we see homes. Our business model means each and every agent is an established and independent professional in neighbourhood, making us uniquely positioned to offer you, our clients, a more in-depth and insightful experience. Locally and nationally, we come together as one to share our properties and clients, ensuring no opportunity is ever missed.

We have been helping people sell their homes for over 17 years. This is the foundation on which our business is built. The thing that sets Saxons apart from other estate agencies is the people who run our office. Directors own their businesses; they are local folk who, quite simply, love their patches and know them inside out. And then there are the mechanics of the Saxons network; our agents work together, systematically sharing properties and buyers, and matching them up wherever they may be in the country, or the world. Our way of doing things just works. It s all in the detail, from the unique approach we take to marketing each property, to the care and attention we give to buyers and sellers alike.

Saxons Weston Super mare Real estate agents has a long-built reputation for providing sellers and landlords with a comprehensive and efficient Estate Agent service. We are a successful, independent, family run Sales and Letting Real Estate Agents established in 1999 in Weston-super-Mare and surrounding villages. Our aim as a Estate Agents is to provide a tailor made, personal service to both our clients and customers. At Saxons we understand that your property is your investment and we endeavour to manage your property as if it were one of our own. We have been instructed by a number of major nationwide asset companies to look after their property portfolios both residential, sales and lettings selected as a relocation company. We have also been selected by Move with Us to be their local representative which not only provides Saxons with numerous buyers relocating into the area but also a nationwide network of approximately 1200 associated offices.

Why Use Saxons?

Our office is located in a prominent location in Weston-super-Mare offering good exposure to the town centre. We pride ourselves in being able to offer the highest standards of service to sellers and buyers, landlords and tenants alike. We have a dedicated Lettings marketing team who deal with all aspects of marketing your rental property. From here we liaise with customers and this is the core of where we deal with all aspects of the sales and letting process. Saxons has rapidly grown a number of applicants looking for property to rent or sale in Weston Super Mare. If you have a property to let or to sell, we offer a free, no-obligation property valuation service to all homes in Weston Super Mare. Extended? Renovated? Remortgaging? Considering selling later? Or just curious? Please contact Saxons on 01934 624 400 or Send us an email to discuss our highly competitive management rate. We believe in fee transparency, helping you make informed decisions with no last minute surprises.