Getting It Straight

DEC 23, 2011 12:19pm ET
Comments (7)

Only a couple of comments in this holiday week, but they are good ones. The first corrects some loose language in a Chicago ordinance, while the second identifies with the prevailing mood in the industry.

As always, we welcome your comments, whether pro or con. Just type into the comment box after any of the content on any of our websites and hit submit. It will be forwarded to me.


Story_Title: Field Servicer Finds Chicago Ordinance Contradictory
Story_Date:  Friday, December 16, 2011 

Comments: The ordinance verbiage may have a problem. The "Lender" is the "Mortgagee."  The "Homeowner" is the "Mortgagor."

Bernadette Zelop
Hudson City Savings Bank
, NJ


Story_Title: Have We Lost Our Intensity?
Story_Date:  Monday, October 31, 2011

Comments: I really enjoyed reading this article - it clearly articulated the prevailing mood in the industry, and it is a mood that is worsening as more legislation is added to "protect the consumer" when in reality it is strangleholding both an industry and a nation's economic recovery.

Edward Marotta

Comments (7)
When are you guys going to start being advocate newsmen like the journalists/
newsmen of Fox News, CNBC, and CNN?...

The mortgage industry could use some
advocate newsmen/journalist, like the
GOP/FOX, CNBC/Liberals/Obama, etc...
Posted by | Tuesday, January 03 2012 at 5:41PM ET
Mr. Long- Indeed we are already "advocate newsmen." In recent weeks we've advocated on behalf of minority/immigrant mortgages, taking a "second look" at the 40% of mortgage apps currently going unfunded, and telling Congress to lay off the mortgage business next time it has to raise money for a new program.
Posted by markeditor | Thursday, January 05 2012 at 12:24PM ET
So much info in so few words. Tolosty could learn a lot.
Posted by | Friday, January 13 2012 at 8:21AM ET
You mean I don't have to pay for expert acvdie like this anymore?!
Posted by | Sunday, January 15 2012 at 12:32PM ET
God, I feel like I shuold be takin notes! Great work
Posted by | Monday, January 16 2012 at 10:00PM ET
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