Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Party Rooster, Feb 9, 2012.
Does this include all the lost fees from MERS?
Wasn't yours. First you pay for something, then it's yours.
Exactly. This pile of bricks and sticks I live under won't be MINE for another 20 years.
This does nothing for responsible adults who paid for their shit, or was responsible and ate the costs involved in selling it below its value.
Seriously. I paid my mortgage. Where's my $1,500?
I don't really want their money. But I don't understand what good it will do to give $1,500 to someone who lost their home.
So if I have a job and pay my mortgage, but my house is worth 30k less than when I bought it, I'm shit out of luck? But someone who lost their house will get cash? A) why is that fair
B) how does that help
It won't, it's for votes.
Doesn't do me any good or yeah, anyone that has actually struggled to pay their mortgage throughout this mess. Wait til you read up on the people that have stopped paying their mortgages altogether and have continued to live in their house for well over 1-2+ years and the bank still hasn't gotten around to kicking them out. :icon_eek:
The wife and I have already talked about moving back to the coast too...and we'd probably do it in a heartbeat but we're about $30K under. We might actually have very little choice if her job sends her out there. But we're literally stuck here until values go up or we come into money to help make up the difference. But that ain't happening any time soon.
The person receiving the $1,500 might vote for the person giving it to them...
You know how I hate going all fundamentalist on y'all...:icon_cool
HaHa! Y'alls is gettin' govt/bank handouts!
I read that part, but Bank of America's website doesn't have any info on a plan like that. All they ahve is mods if you can't afford the mortgage you have.
I don't meet those criteria, my house is just worth less than when I bought it.
I think that's the old loan modification program.