PMF Inc. Gugno the Racket ….. Premier, Paramount, Pioneer JP Morgan Chase, Select Portfolio Servicing, Credit Suisse, Deutche Bank
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The Money flows from the United States to Greece, Germany, Europe, Australia, Ice Land, Ireland, Dubai, the Caymans, Panama and on and on and on …. The Mechanisms of the GREAT AMERICAN LAUNDRY are extremely far reaching.
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As a result, the nation could soon suffer a fresh wave of defaults and foreclosures, with Washington obliged to respond with yet another gargantuan bailout. Inside Mortgage Finance, a research and newsletter firm in Bethesda, Md., estimates that over the next five years fresh loans backed by the FHA that go sour will cost taxpayers $100 billion or more. That’s on top of the $700 billion financial-system rescue Congress has already approved. Gary E. Lacefield, a former federal mortgage investigator who now runs Risk Mitigation Group, a consultancy in Arlington, Tex., predicts: “Within the next 12 to 18 months, there is going to be FHA-insurance Armageddon.”
Some caveats: Many lenders have similar names, and it’s easy to get confused scanning the data. Find the lender you want and search under its five-digit FHA license number. If a lender search comes up empty, then check if it’s licensed under a different company name. State corporation records can help.
Another critical piece of our reporting was showing how these companies operated as subprime players prior to expanding their FHA business. We combed through the PACER Web site of federal court records and found borrowers’ civil lawsuits and company bankruptcy filings. We dug up state enforcement actions and HUD audits that described sloppy or abusive lending practices.
The final step was drilling down on two lenders – Premier Mortgage Funding and Great Country Mortgage – that ultimately became central players in the story. Premier launched in 2002 and amassed 750 branches and 5,000 ( 918 and 7000 + )brokers across the country. Along the way, Premier had its license revoked in five states for various abuses, while another four states took disciplinary action against it. A barrage of lawsuits and the crash of the subprime market prompted Premier to seek bankruptcy court
protection in 2007, after which a company unit in Cleveland pleaded guilty to felony fraud charges. Not a pretty picture. But Terhune wasn’t sure Premier was worth further reporting at one point because the company was shutting down in bankruptcy court. Game over. Then he stumbled upon court filings that suggested Premier was shifting assets to a related family-run firm called Paramount Mortgage Funding. A quick
search confirmed that FHA had granted Paramount permission to extend government-guaranteed loans. A reporting visit to the Tampa area and interviews with Paramount officials made it clear these were many of the same people executing the same
playbook one floor below Premier’s old headquarters.
Chad Terhune and Robert Berner are senior writers for BusinessWeek. Terhune joined the magazine in 2008 after 11 years as a
Wall Street Journal reporter. He won a National Press Club award in
2003 for a series on health insurance abuses. Berner joined the
magazine in 2000 after working for The Wall Street Journal.
He and three colleagues received the 2008 Barlett and
Steele Award for Investigative Reporting for a series on
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Cugno and the others all acted together. The information is for the ENTIRE Group of SCAMMERS. The Baiting of Consumers done with ZERO DOWN 125% Subprime Predatory EASY CREDIT Racketeering. The REALITY of BILLIONS in Fines against Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan is very simple …. From A to Z the WHOLE GANG premeditated all the Deception and Lies. YES I insist the information be released on the WHOLE GANG / MAFIA involving these PERPETRATORS.
So many many People tried to INSINUATE I was simply CRAZY …. Well Folks that was ALWAYS a huge load of MANURE ….. JBW
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The goal of your business is not to sell to people who can afford them but instead to sell to people who cannot afford them and therefore reap the additional benefits of forfeiture and default, that “high risk” is sort of the point and something very much to be desired.
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Contents of the
The mortgage loan application package must contain all documentation that supports the lender’s decision to approve the mortgage loan.
When standard documentation does not provide enough information to
support the approval decision, the lender must provide additional, explanatory
statements that are consistent with information in the application. The
explanatory statements must clarify or supplement the documentation
submitted by the borrower.
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It is easiest to verify the income of traditional workers who receive W-2 forms at the end of the year. Independent contractors and self-employed individuals make the task more difficult for lenders and auditors. For these borrowers, the auditor will need to look at bank statements, tax returns, dividends and interest and retirement plan distributions to determine their total income. He will compare the income from your documentation to the income used during the approval process.
A portion of the mortgage audit should also be dedicated to analyzing the appraisal, mortgage insurance and title search on the property that’s used as collateral for the loan. The appraised value must be sufficient to cover the entire balance of the loan unless additional property is pledged as collateral. The mortgage file should include copies of comparable sales and a description of the valuation method the appraiser used to prepare his report, along with a confirmation of the size of the property and any buildings located on the site. The auditor will also request a copy of the title report and mortgage insurance policy for the property in question. The title report should not show any outstanding claims, liens or other defects.
All relevant documentation must be kept in the mortgage file, such as the sales contract, trust deed, escrow instructions, loan documents and closing statement. The closing statement should include a breakdown of the closing costs and seller’s contribution to these costs. Look for unusual items in the contract, such as personal property added as collateral. Make sure the contract still fits within the approval guidelines.
When the auditor is finished, he will prepare a report detailing the results of the review. The report will identify areas of weakness in the company’s approval and lending procedures. The auditor will recommend possible corrections for any issues he discovers during the audit. A follow-up audit may be scheduled to make sure the company has implemented all of the recommended solutions.
The audit must also include a review of the credit reports used to approve mortgages. You should have credit reports from Equifax, Experian and TransUnion. Verify that the correct names and Social Security numbers are listed and that no other aliases or suffixes are causing confusion with another person’s credit report. All forms of credit should have been included in the debt-to-income ratio calculations. The auditor will also compare the borrower’s credit score with your company’s minimum requirements for approval.
mortgage credit analysis. “Most recent” refers to the most recent document
available at the time the loan application is made. See HUD 4155.1 1.B.1.h
for the maximum allowable age of documents.
The documents listed in the table below are the general documents required
for mortgage credit analysis.
required, as discussed in HUD 4155.1 1.B.1.g.
(URLA) signed and dated by all borrowers and the lender, and
Form HUD-92900-A, HUD/VA Addendum to Uniform
Residential Loan Application.
Loan Underwriting and
HUD-92900-LT, FHA Loan Underwriting and Transmittal
Summary, for both purchase and refinance transactions
For information on obtaining Social Security Number (SSN)
evidence, see HUD 4155.1 1.B.2.b.
Credit Report The lender must obtain a credit report on all borrowers who will
be obligated on the mortgage note, except in cases involving
certain streamline refinance transactions.
Reference: For more information on
credit reports, see HUD 4155.1 1.4 , and
credit report review guidelines, see HUD 4155.1 4.C.2.
Verification of Deposit
For information on verification of deposit, see HUD 4155.1
For information on verification of employment, see
HUD 4155.1 1.B.2.d
HUD 4155.1 1.B.2.e, and
HUD 4155.1 1.B.2.f.
Federal Income Tax
For information on obtaining federal income tax returns, see
HUD 4155.1 1.B.2.g.
Sales Contract The lender must obtain the sales contract and any amendments
or other agreements and certifications.
provide the real estate certification, signed by the
selling real estate agent or broker.
References: For more information on the real estate
HUD 4155.2 6.A.5.f, and
HUD 4155.2 6.A.5.g.
Amendatory Clause The lender must provide the amendatory clause, signed by the
borrower and seller, if it is not contained in the purchase
References: For more information on the amendatory clause,
HUD 4155.2 6.A.5.d, and
HUD 4155.2 6.A.5.e.
Verification of Rent or
Payment History on
This document must be in the form of
direct written verification from the landlord or mortgage
information shown on the credit report, or
the most recent 12 months of cancelled checks or receipts for
payment of the rent/mortgage.
TOTAL Scorecard Accept/Approve recommendation: A
separate rental reference is not required.
Reference: For information on the TOTAL Scorecard, see the
TOTAL Mortgage Scorecard User Guide.
Appraisal Report (URAR)
Explanatory Statement The lender must include, in the case binder, any explanatory
statements or additional documentation necessary to make a
sound underwriting decision.
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