Housing shouldn’t look at any color but the color of money

Housing shouldn’t look at any color but the color of money

People with bad credit and bad habits should be squeezed out of housing

Who is Nat Hardwick?

Former LandCastle Title CEO owns NASCAR team, rubs elbows with PGA pros

Lawsuit alleges former LandCastle Title CEO embezzled $30 million

Nat Hardwick allegedly used funds for private jets, gambling
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Foreclosure law firm to pay $10m to settle price-gouging complaint

Came to the front when Fannie Mae pulled plug
Jacob Gaffney
In a call to HousingWire, an attorney with Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, the firm representing Aronowitz & Mecklenburg, said his client is also going to look for someone to purchase the foreclosure operation. Colorado's attorney general filed a complaint alleging the foreclosure law firm set unreasonably high prices for its services, knowing there was little homeowners or the state could do about it.
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Did Colorado foreclosure lawyers create artificial fees?

Went unnoticed until Fannie Mae pulls plug
Jacob Gaffney
The AG’s office said the two firms weren’t happy with flat fees they could charge to process foreclosure paper. So they allegedly came up with a plan to bilk more money out of the process.
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Grandbridge Real Estate Capital opens Rockies region office

Names John Stewart and Penny Newton as senior management
Ben Lane
"We are excited about John and Penny joining Grandbridge and opening our new Denver office. Their expertise is invaluable as we continue to expand our presence in the West," said Grandbridge chairman and CEO Thomas Dennard.
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Foreclosure fee investigation grows to 5 banks

Three more firms being investigated
Brena Swanson
As HousingWire readers were alerted last August, U.S. regulators are, in fact, expanding their investigation into different banks' charges connected with foreclosure actions.
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Renters are high on Colorado and Washington

Wonder why?
Ben Lane
Let’s be blunt here. Where there’s smoke, there’s probably fire.
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Home-loan payoffs in Colorado fall to 5-year low

Ben Lane
According to a new report released today by the Colorado Division of Housing, public trustees in Colorado released a total of 50,128 deeds of trust during the first quarter of 2014, which was the lowest quarterly total recorded since the Division began collecting quarterly totals in 2008.
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Can Colorado keep dropping in foreclosure auction sales?

Filings fall to lowest level in a decade
Brena Swanson
Colorado witnessed a strong year, with the state’s new foreclosure auction sales falling to the lowest level in 10 years.
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Interactive Mortgage Advisors hires John Sayre to lead Dallas office

Brena Swanson
Interactive Mortgage Advisors hired mortgage industry veteran John Sayre to oversee its new Dallas office, expanding the company’s footprint in Texas.
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Key U.S. housing markets challenged by lack of multifamily builds

Data shows construction is in line nationwide, but Colorado could use more units
Kerri Ann Panchuk
A healthy apartment market balances demand against supply. With key U.S. housing markets running short on multifamily builds, a few areas, like Colorado, are suffering through rising rental prices and tighter market conditions for renters.
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Short-sale fraud scheme nets indictments in CO

HousingWire Staff
A group of nine individuals were indicted yesterday by the Colorado Attorney General for allegedly targeting distressed homeowners as part of a fraudulent short-sale scheme that allowed the defendants to ultimately defraud the banks and lenders who held the mortgages for the distressed homeowners, the state AG's office said in a statement.
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