Exciting, but frankly, grim news. Due to what I see as a preponderance of unfair foreclosures permeating our society in greater and greater numbers, I am introducing UnFair foreclosures dot com to my family of foreclosure blogs that presently contain Swarm the Banks dot com and Parallel Foreclosure dot com.
Each Foreclosure blog has a specific purpose. Swarm the Banks is an excellent way to track dozens of foreclosure watchdog blogs daily and keep up to date on breaking foreclosure news and the latest foreclosure articles, all of the blog articles can be reached from Swarm the Banks with just one mouse click.
Parallel Foreclosure is my somewhat failed attempt to get the media to follow up on Sarah Buduson's ground breaking parallel foreclosure story in the fall of 2009 that identified the term "Parallel Foreclosure" as the practice of foreclosing on a homeowners home even as the homeowner is attempting to successfully complete a relatively short home loan modification.
I say "a somewhat failed attempt to get the media to also use the term parallel foreclosure" because if successful the term Parallel Foreclosure would help consolidate the close to a million HAMP foreclosure victims into finding each other on the internet. Instead of a long winded explanation about how HAMP led to foreclosure in an accelerated fashion, victims would simply know to say they were "parallel foreclosure" victims.
Since Reporter Sarah Buduson first reported about Parallel Foreclosure over a year and 3 months ago, NOT ONE OTHER REPORTER IN THE ENTIRE COUNTRY HAS USED THE TERM PARALLEL FORECLOSURE IN THEIR REPORTS.
If you google the term "Parallel Foreclosure" (with quotes around both words) you will get literally dozens of pages of ME, posting parallel foreclosure info ALL OVER THE NET, (not to mention the several dozen emails I have sent to reporters who were reporting a parallel foreclosure story without using the term, parallel foreclosure).
UnFair Foreclosures dot com may get depressing at times, but unless we shine a light on the massive amounts of unfair foreclosures going on, the banksters will simply grin, win, and go on with their shenanigans.