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Items Tagged with 'Nevada Attorney General'

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CFPB's Steven Antonakes dials back for borrowers

Same mortgage message, different tone
Brena Swanson
This time around, Steven Antonakes, deputy director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, significantly watered down his message at Nevada’s Common Ground Conference, especially when compared to his alarming speech at the Mortgage Bankers Association’s National Mortgage Servicing Conference.
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Nevada AG ordered to pay Black Knight in robosigning lawsuit

Failed to meet discovery deadline
Jacob Gaffney
Catherine Cortez Masto's office: "The amount has not been determined as further filings with the court are necessary."
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Nevada AG secures $11.5M settlement from securitizer of Alt-A loans

Case resolves lingering mortgage issues from 2004-2007
Kerri Ann Panchuk
Loan securitizer DB Structured Products, a division of Deutsche Bank, recently agreed to pay $11.5 million to settle a Nevada Attorney General investigation into the firm’s packaging and selling of subprime and Alt-A loans.
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Nevada AG seeks public help with mortgage fraud case

HousingWire Staff
The Nevada Attorney General is urging people to come forward if they have information related to a Las Vegas man recently charged with defrauding Nevada citizens through a series of real estate and mortgage scams.
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Nevada's AG Picks a Fight

Justin T. Hilley
In April 2008, a story in the Las Vegas Sun said Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto "avoided big fights and powerful enemies … pursues popular initiatives...
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