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Senators demand answers on New Jersey zombie foreclosure crisis

Booker, Menendez seek resolution to abandoned property outbreak
According to a recent report from RealtyTrac, the state of New Jersey has more zombie foreclosures than any other, and now, the state’s two senators are asking why the problem is so bad and what federal regulators are going to do about it.
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New York’s foreclosure backlog isn’t going away until 2016, at least

Prospects slightly better in New Jersey
"In New York, the recent private-label RMBS foreclosure backlog of 38,213 loans could be cleared in approximately 5.7 years using the last 12 months’ average exit rate of 1,684 loans and in approximately 2.4 years using the 2008-10 average rate of 4,059 loans," Moody’s Investors Service said in a new report.
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Freedom Mortgage found guilty of defrauding homeowner

Court rules lender violated New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act
“These facts then lead to the conclusion that the loan was granted in order to engender fees for the lender and not for the benefit of the borrower,” Bergen County Superior Court Judge Gerald Escala wrote in his decision.
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