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  • HOA scammer takes out real liens on properties…from prison

    Liens sent out after fake bills go unpaid
    One neighborhood in Kansas City has been receiving fake homeowners association bills for years, and now, they are receiving real liens for not paying their fake bills. The scam was well known among the residents of the neighborhood, and they even warned new neighbors about the scam, saying the neighborhood doesn’t even have an HOA.
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  • Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Airbnb houses refugees impacted by Trump’s ban

    Nevada Supreme Court makes game-changing decision about HOA liens
    Airbnb made a strong statement in response to Trump’s recent immigration ban. Between a new initiative to give free housing to refugees and its commercial during Super Bowl 51, the company showed its support for affected refugees. And speaking of the Super Bowl and Airbnb, Houston just saw its biggest weekend of the year.
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  • Court of Appeals rules that Nevada HOA liens do not supersede first mortgages

    Older version of state's laws ruled unconstitutional
    Mortgage lenders and investors needn’t worry about whether a homeowners' association super lien will be given priority over a first mortgage in the state of Nevada, at least for now. According to an alert published Monday by Ballard Spahr, the Ninth Circuit Court Appeals ruled last week that an older version of Nevada's laws, which previously gave super-priority status to HOA liens, is unconstitutional. Here's the skinny.
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  • Black Knight launches HOA super lien identification program

    New solution identifies HOAs, detects liens and helps cure delinquencies
    A new offering from Black Knight Financial Services helps protect mortgage servicers and investors from potential losses due to homeowners’ association super liens. Users can now identify properties subject to HOAs nationwide, detect liens on those properties and help cure delinquencies.
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  • Moody’s: Super-priority lien warning positive for Freddie Mac’s latest securitization

    Benefit limited to newest and future risk-transfer deals
    The FHFA issued a statement warning last week that federal law prohibits state courts from involuntarily extinguishing Fannie and Freddie liens to give precedence to so-called “super-priority” liens. This will have an impact, but maybe not on everything you want it to. Read on to find out the limits.
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