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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Should Massachusetts law be changed to require lenders to go to court before they can foreclose on homes?

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No - banks should be allowed to foreclose faster. Twenty-man-strong foreclosure teams should be allowed to toss furniture and clothes from open windows. I recommend wheelbarrows and leaf blowers.

Posted by Answer man on 8.21.13 at 17:07

Yes. The current system is so badly abused by banks that most of the foreclosures that have taken place in the last few years are invalid. These foreclosures can be challenged up to 20 years after the fact. It is wreaking havoc with buyers' title, nit to mention the homeowners who have been ripped off.

Posted by Billowy on 8.23.13 at 17:41

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