I hope you are enjoying the many features offered on the website. I added two new features on the sidebar: A Countdown to an Event and a link to SeniorLiving Partnership. Perhaps you are a senior or have a senior that you love who might be interested in the more than helpful information provided. [That feature needs to be tweaked but works!] —GoodOleWoody 02-09-12 5:39PM
In the largest deal ever to address the housing crisis, federal and state officials on Thursday announced a $26 billion foreclosure settlement with five of the largest home lenders.
The deal settles potential state charges alleging improper foreclosures based on “robosigning,” seizures made without proper paperwork.
Most of the relief will go to those who owe far more than their homes are worth, which is known as being underwater on the loans. That relief will come over the course of the next three years, with the banks having incentives to provide most of the relief in the next 12 months.
Mr. President, you gave the big banks a slap on the wrist. THEY WILL DO SOME VERSION OF THIS CRIME AGAIN! The American people want a “perp walk” and will not be comforted until we see rich people can’t get way with anything!
Manvendra Singh Gohil of Rajpipla, India, always knew he was different. As a young teen, Mavendra found the reason for that difference: he realized he was gay. Unfortunately, this revelation posed several problems for the young man. For one thing, homosexuality was a criminal offense in India at the time. For another, Mavendra is in line to become the country’s 29th Maharaja. He is the world’s first openly gay royal.