Archive for November, 2011

Albertville man sentenced for in $7.7-million mortgage fraud

A 31-year-old Albertville man was sentenced for his role in a mortgage fraud scheme that caused losses to lenders exceeding $7 million.

Albertville man sentenced for in $7.7-million mortgage fraud

A 31-year-old Albertville man was sentenced for his role in a mortgage fraud scheme that caused losses to lenders exceeding $7 million.

Arizona seniors lost millions in annuity fees, lawsuits say

Hundreds of senior citizens paid millions of dollars in unnecessary fees according to lawsuits.

Legal questions continue to stall foreclosures

A year after “robo-signing” scandal, questions remain

Movement Brewing to Divest Money From Big Banks

Jenny Do started a pro bono foreclosure clinic at her law firm in 2009 after she noticed that many of her clients filing workers? compensation claims were also facing housing troubles.

Home sales increase by 43 percent

But median prices in the county are off nearly 15 percent from October 2010.

Timeline of the McCourts’ ownership of the Dodgers

How it all unfolded a little more than two years ago: Oct. 10, 2003: Frank and Jamie McCourt agree to buy the Dodgers along with Dodger Stadium and adjoining real estate, plus training facilities in Vero Beach, Fla.

Group audits records

A group of residents is auditing the county’s foreclosure records to check for fraudulent paperwork.