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.
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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."
Hudson City Savings Bank
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.