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Steven J. Baum to close

Steven J. Baum to Close It may have seemed inevitable to those directly involved in the foreclosure field, but it is still a surprise to hear.  According to a Buffalo Business First, the mega-firm of Steven J. Baum, P.C. is to close it’s doors: “The embattled Steven J. Baum P.C. law firm is the closing […]


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Foreclosure Settlement Conference

Foreclosure Settlement Conference Purpose of the Foreclosure Settlement Conference According to New York law (RPAPL 3408), the purpose of the foreclosure settlement conference includes, but is not limited to, “…determining whether the parties can reach a mutually agreeable resolution to help the defendant avoid losing his or her home, and evaluating the potential for a […]


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$1 Billion to Help Unemployed Homeowners Facing Foreclosure

Wall Street Reform Bill: $1 billion fund to help unemployed homeowners avoid foreclosure The Dodd-Frank financial regulatory reform bill which passed through Congress and is headed for President Obama’s desk, contains a provision that is likely to help some unemployed homeowners avoid foreclosure. The Washington Independent reports that there is a provision in the bill to […]


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1 Million Homes May be Lost to Foreclosure In 2010

Over 1 million homes could be lost to foreclosure this year A recent Associated Press article is reporting that: “More than 1 million American households are likely to lose their homes to foreclosure this year, as lenders work their way through a huge backlog of borrowers who have fallen behind on their loans.” And that: […]


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