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FDIC AWARDS & CONTACT INFORMATION FOR CONTRACTORS:
Important information and relates back to FREDDIE Mac and Fannie Mae … big listing (NO DATE) on FDIC Receivership Assistance Contractors website:

http://www.fdic.gov/buying/goods/ListofAwardsandContractorContactInformation.html

Examples:

Awards and Contact Information for FDIC Securitization Master Servicer Contractors

Master Servicer shall oversee the servicing activities of servicers assigned loans by the FDIC, monitor the servicer, and verify that the servicer’s efforts are adhering to the servicer’s obligations. This must be accomplished pursuant to the applicable servicing agreement, FDIC’s contract with the servicer, or other governing agreements. The Master Servicer has authority to enforce servicer obligations as well as calculate and administer the servicer’s monthly servicing fee and any other ancillary or incentive fees due to the servicer.

AURORA LOAN SERVICES
Todd Whittemore
10350 Park Meadows Dvie
Littleton CO 80124
todd.whittemore@aurorabankfsb.com
720-945-3422

Wells Fargo
Peter Masterman
420 Montgomer Street
San Francisco CA 84104
410-884-2102
peter.j.masterman@wellsfarg.com
Legal Services: Michael Carter 415-397-5581 (locaction above)

FDIC Loan Servicing Contractors:
Scope of work under Loan Servicing Contracts (LSCs), which have been awarded to the contractors listed below, encompasses the full range of Commercial, Residential, and Consumer loan servicing functions for loans received from failed financial institutions, which are placed in Receivership or Conservatorship and managed by the FDIC. These LSCs are charged with safeguarding assets while providing loan services, including general loan administration, debt restructuring, and collection services appropriate to the type of loan being serviced. These loans under these contracts may be performing or non-performing.

RESIDENTIAL LOAN SERVICING CONTRACTS:

-NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC
Mark Nieberlein
350 Highland Dr
Lewisville TX 75067
MarkNieberlien@nationstarmail.com
469-549-2000
972-315-8837 F

-OCWEN FINANCIAL CORP
Steven Nesmith
1661 Worthington Rd Suite 100
West Palm Beach FL 33409
steven.nesmith@ocwen.com
202-973-2879
202-293-3083 F

COMMERCIAL:
-MIDLAND LOAN SERVICES, INC.
-KEY CORP REAL ESTATE CAPITAL MARKETS, INC.

:NOTE STRUCTURING: FORM OF PROMISSORY NOTES RELATED TO RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL LOANS AND OTHER ASSETS STEMMING FROM FAILING OR FAILED FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

-Barclays Capital Inc.
-Castle Oak Securities LP
-Deutshche Securities Inc.
-Grove Street Investment LLC
-MHM Capital LLC
-Milestone Advisors LLC
-Nomura Securities International Inc.
-Orestes Capital Management LLC
-RBS Securities Inc.

(ORE) Owned Real Estate provide contractor support at failed institution closings. Contractors assist FDIC identifying owned real estate and provide full range of asset management ‘and marketing’ services for bank-owned real estate obtained from failed financial institutions nation-wide.

CB RICHARD ELLIS INC
866-260-8505
2100 ROSS AVE, #400
DALLAS TX 75201
FDIC-ORE@cbre.com

Persicent, inc.
877-520-1112
2600 Douglas Rd Suite 800
Coral Gabels FL 33134
FDICinfo@4prescient.net

Quantum/G&A Joint Venture
713-784-1181
Paul Wallace

SECURITIES FINANCIAL ADVISORY SERVICES CONTRACTORS include:

BARCLAYS CAPITAL
Michael Dryden
745 7th Avenue, 2nd FLOOR
(NOTE: STRUCTURED ASSET SECURITIES CORP ADDRESS)
NEW YORK, NY 10019
MICHAEL.DRYDEN@BARCLAYSCAPITAL.COM
212-528-7337
917-265-1109 F

First Financial Network
John Morris
1400 Quail Springs Parkway, Suite 200
Oklahoma City, OK 73134
jmorris@firstfinancialnet.com
405-748-4100
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Awards and Contact Information for FDIC Loan Servicing Assistance, Surveillance and Oversight Services

The scope of work under the FDIC Loan Servicing Assistance, Surveillance and Oversight Services Receivership Basic Ordering Agreements (RBOA), which have been awarded to the contractors listed below, is to provide Loan Servicing Assistance, Surveillance and Oversight at potentially failing or failed financial institutions at which the FDIC has purview. The work entails, but is not limited to, the contractor assisting the FDIC in its work by conducting servicing reviews, reporting any weaknesses identified and recommending strategies for improvement; ongoing oversight and review of institutions internal practices, policies and procedures of servicing for loans held in portfolio(s), securitized loans, loans serviced for others, and other assets the FDIC may be involved with. Loan servicing portfolios will include a variety of products, i.e., agency conforming mortgages, reverse mortgages, Alt-A mortgages, sub-prime mortgages, private label Residential Mortgage and Commercial Mortgage securitizations, commercial loans, construction and development loans, and other assets the FDIC may be involved with.

WELLS FARGO BANK NA
9062 Old Annapolis Rd
Columbia MD 21045
Peter.J.Masterman@wellsfargo.com
410-884-2102
410-715-0184 F

RISK MANAGEMENT GROUP, LLC (RMG)
Charles Cacici
60 Sacket Street, Suite 5
Brooklyn NY 11231
charless@rmgglobal.com

(ALL STRUCTUED ASSET SECURITIES ‘REMIC’ THAT WERE BEING TRACKED BY RMG NOW PRIVATE OFF-LINE C/O FDIC)

RR DONNELLEY GLOBAL REAL ESTATE SERVICES

THOMPSON, COBB, BAZILLO & ASSOCIATS, PC.

YOU’LL FIND LISTED WHO HANDLES THE INFRSTRUCTURE OF FAILED BAKS, FOR EXMAPLE.
PRIMARY SERVICES WILL BE ‘PRE-CLOSE’ AND CLOSE AND POST-CLOSE SUPPORT FOR DATA MINING, REPORTING SERVICES, IT MANAGEMENT, AND LOAN SERVICING, EXCLUDING ASSET MANAGEMENT AND LOSS MITIGATION

FISERV FEDERAL SYSTEMS, INC.
Raymond B. Kalustyan
Corporate SVP
250 Johnson RD
Morris Plains NJ 07950
Ray.kalustyan@fiserv.com

FIS
FIDELITY NATIONAL INFORMATION SERVICES INC.
LENDERS PROCESSING SERVICES, INC.
FIDELITY NATIONAL MORTGAGE
Michael J. Weathers
SVP of Government Services
601 Riverside Ave
Jacksonville FL 32204

Awards and Contact Information for Securitization Program – Underwriter Services Contractors
The FDIC has developed a securitization program to facilitate the sale of secured real estate loans (residential performing and nonperforming) owned by banks for which the FDIC is appointed as conservator or receiver. The securitizations will be in the form of private or public offerings. The FDIC has selected the following firms to underwrite securities backed by a pool of loans identified by the FDIC, from one or more banks.

The Underwriter will assist the FDIC and/or any of its financial advisors, in connection with the FDIC’s Program, with respect to analyzing the Loans and the results of due diligence obtained on the Loans. The Underwriter may propose alternative structures and disposition strategies, and recommend an optimal securitization structure, assist the FDIC in reviewing and monitoring the preparation of transaction documentation. The Underwriter may also work with the credit rating agencies to potentially obtain credit ratings for the securities, coordinate the marketing and settlement process, and support the securities in the secondary market.

-Amherts Securities Group
-Banc of America Securities LLC
-Barclays Capital
-Castle Oak Securities LP
-Citigroup Global Markets Inc.
-Detusche Bank Securities Inc.
-Goldman Sachs
-Jefferies & Company Inc.
-JP Morgan Securities Inc.
-Morgan Stanley
-M.R. Beal & Company
-RBS Global Banking & Markets
-The Williams Capital Group LP

I COPIED THE ‘TAX ASSESSMENT INFORMATION’ FOR LPS SAME ADDRES AS ‘FIS’ FOR FDIC CONTRACTOR
Owner: LPS MORTGAGE PROCESSING SOLUTIONS INC
Total market value: $25,420,800
Total assessed value for property: $25,420,800
Total land value: $14,862,680
Land usage: Office,Submerged Land
Assessment for fiscal year: 2008/2009

Building 1:

Usage: Office 3-8 Sty
Actual year built: 1952
Effective year built: 1972
Heated area: 63,534 square feet
Stories: 6
Baths: 49
Rooms / Units: 12
Base Area (actual / effective / heated): 624 / 624 / 624 square feet
Canopy (actual / effective / heated): 1,018 / 254 / 0 square feet
Finished Basement (actual / effective / heated): 624 / 437 / 624 square feet
Finished Storage (actual / effective / heated): 624 / 312 / 0 square feet
Unfinished Basement (actual / effective / heated): 152 / 53 / 0 square feet
Conc Loading Plat Fin (actual / effective / heated): 324 / 97 / 0 square feet
Finished upper story 1 (actual / effective / heated): 176 / 176 / 176 square feet
Finished upper story 4 (actual / effective / heated): 1,429 / 5,716 / 5,716 square feet
Finished upper story 5 (actual / effective / heated): 624 / 3,120 / 3,120 square feet

Building 2:

Usage: Office 3-8 Sty
Actual year built: 1972
Effective year built: 1982
Value: $1,837,450
Heated area: 54,812 square feet
Stories: 4
Baths: 52
Rooms / Units: 12
Base Area (actual / effective / heated): 1,584 / 1,584 / 1,584 square feet
Canopy (actual / effective / heated): 4,600 / 1,150 / 0 square feet
Finished Storage (actual / effective / heated): 1,584 / 792 / 0 square feet
Finished upper story 2 (actual / effective / heated): 4,600 / 9,200 / 9,200 square feet
Finished upper story 3 (actual / effective / heated): 1,584 / 4,752 / 4,752 square feet

Building 3:

Usage: Office 3-8 Sty
Actual year built: 1972
Effective year built: 1972
Value: $279,570
Heated area: 55,448 square feet
Stories: 4
Baths: 52
Avg Story Height: 12 feet
Base Area (actual / effective / heated): 7,871 / 7,871 / 7,871 square feet
Canopy (actual / effective / heated): 1,040 / 260 / 0 square feet
Finished Storage (actual / effective / heated): 1,633 / 816 / 0 square feet
Unfinished Storage (actual / effective / heated): 1,040 / 416 / 0 square feet
Finished upper story 2 (actual / effective / heated): 1,040 / 2,080 / 2,080 square feet
Finished upper story 3 (actual / effective / heated): 7,871 / 23,613 / 23,613 square feet

Building 4:

Usage: Office 9+ Sty
Actual year built: 1994
Effective year built: 1994
Value: $20,307,196
Heated area: 290,801 square feet
Stories: 13
Bedrooms: 2
Baths: 316
Rooms / Units: 9999
Avg Story Height: 14 feet
Balcony (actual / effective / heated): 2,917 / 438 / 0 square feet
Base Area (actual / effective / heated): 1,554 / 1,554 / 1,554 square feet
Canopy (actual / effective / heated): 27 / 7 / 0 square feet
Finished Storage (actual / effective / heated): 1,584 / 792 / 0 square feet
Semi-Finished Base (actual / effective / heated): 713 / 570 / 713 square feet
Unfinished Upper Story (actual / effective / heated): 2,137 / 1,068 / 0 square feet
Lobby Good (actual / effective / heated): 1,554 / 1,942 / 1,554 square feet
Conc Loading Plat Fin (actual / effective / heated): 2,137 / 641 / 0 square feet
Finished upper story 10 (actual / effective / heated): 1,554 / 15,540 / 15,540 square feet
Finished upper story 12 (actual / effective / heated): 168 / 2,016 / 2,016 square feet

Building 5:

Usage: Parking Garage
Actual year built: 1994
Effective year built: 1994
Value: $3,141,141
Heated area: 77,830 square feet
Stories: 2
Rooms / Units: 1
Avg Story Height: 11 feet
Base Area (actual / effective / heated): 77,830 / 77,830 / 77,830 square feet
Unfinished Upper Story (actual / effective / heated): 77,830 / 38,915 / 0 square feet

Building 6:

Usage: Wholesale Storage
Actual year built: 1994
Effective year built: 1994
Value: $230,326
Heated area: 9,246 square feet
Stories: 1
Rooms / Units: 6
Avg Story Height: 18 feet
Common Wall: 5
Base Area (actual / effective / heated): 108 / 108 / 108 square feet
Canopy (actual / effective / heated): 24 / 10 / 0 square feet
Fair Office (actual / effective / heated): 144 / 252 / 144 square feet
Finished upper story 1 (actual / effective / heated): 144 / 144 / 144 square feet

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601 Riverside Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32204
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Owner: FIDELITY NATIONAL TITLE GROUP INC
Total market value: $23,914,900
Total assessed value for property: $23,914,900
Total building value: $26,062,744
Total land value: $5,070,400
Land usage: Commercial
Assessment for fiscal year: 2008/2009

Building 1:

Usage: Office 3-8 Sty
Actual year built: 2006
Effective year built: 2006
Value: $26,062,744
Heated area: 250,793 square feet
Stories: 8
Baths: 98
Rooms / Units: 32
Avg Story Height: 14 feet
Base Area (actual / effective / heated): 5 / 5 / 5 square feet
Canopy (actual / effective / heated): 5 / 1 / 0 square feet
Unfinished Storage (actual / effective / heated): 4,270 / 1,708 / 0 square feet
Conc Loading Plat Fin (actual / effective / heated): 779 / 234 / 0 square feet
Finished upper story 1 (actual / effective / heated): 5 / 5 / 5 square feet
Finished upper story 2 (actual / effective / heated): 4,270 / 8,540 / 8,540 square feet
Finished upper story 6 (actual / effective / heated): 215 / 1,290 / 1,290 square feet
Finished upper story 7 (actual / effective / heated): 779 / 5,453 / 5,453 square feet

Building 2:

Usage: Parking Garage
Actual year built: 2006
Effective year built: 2006
Value: $2,563,492
Heated area: 74,329 square feet
Stories: 2
Rooms / Units: 2
Avg Story Height: 10 feet
Base Area (actual / effective / heated): 74,329 / 74,329 / 74,329 square feet
Unfinished Upper Story (actual / effective / heated): 74,329 / 37,164 / 0 square feet

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  1. These contracts are only for failed institutions in which FDIC took control — by receivership. And, FDIC loses control after failed institution is acquired —or purchased out of BK — or restructured. Contracts are temporary.

  2. SCOTT – MASTER SERVICER DOES NOT MAKE PAYMENTS TO INVESTORS ‘INVESTORS’ MAKE PAYMENTS TO MASTER SERVICER’

    CONSUMER AS BORROWER ‘INVESTOR C/O ‘PROMISSORY NOTE’ YOU HAVE EQUITY TITLE NOT LEGAL TITLE – LEGAL TITLE WITH ‘TRUST COMPANY’ HOLDING BOND. WHEN BONDS COME DUE ‘INTENTIONAL DEFAULTS’ ‘FAVORABLE DEFAULTS’ & WILMINGTON TRUST COMPANY ‘INSOLVENT’ CAUSE THEY CAN’T PAY THE BONDS DUE – OF COURSE THEY CAN’T!
    THEY USED CREDIT LINE OF ‘THIRD PARTIES’ AND AFFIXED STANGERS TO PAY THE MONIES DUE AND THE ‘BOND’ MATURES BEFORE THE PAYMENTS IF PAID IN FULL WOULD HAVE ALLOWED GOOD FAITH PAYMENT

  3. […] DREWE: FDIC AWARDS – CONTACT INFORMATION FOR … FIDELITY NATIONAL MORTGAGE Michael J. Weathers SVP of Government Services 601 Riverside Ave Jacksonville FL Awards and Contact Information for Securitization Program – Underwriter Services Contractors . […]

  4. DOES FREDDIE MAC OWN MY LOAN

    https://ww3.freddiemac.com/corporate/

  5. @saveamericaone,

    I’m not in foreclosure.

  6. Charles certificate holders get trick(el) cash or diluted distributions of ‘interest’ c/o Securities Admin of REMIC. The ‘cash’ they invested c/o Indenture Trustee DBTCo for example passed to Indenture Trustee Wells Fargo Bank NA for Wilmington Trust Company, sells bond to consumer who promises to pay ‘annunity’ full amoiritization of principal and interest. The bond is then purchsed and a whole loan transfer is made creating credit transaction, passed c/o Master Bailee Letter ‘Sale of Notes’ DBTCo and Sale of Loans’ Wilmington Trust Co to Auroroa Loan Services. Certificate holders get interest only. When Wilmington Trust Company became insolvent, Wells Fargo Bank NA as Indenture Trustee get back all assets… ‘bonds’ to resell. And DBTCo gets back all assets when SASCO went insolvement. Certificate holders as investors screwed out of assets due to contract PSA 90 days lates SERVICER REPURCHASES. Who is the SERVICER? The Qualified Intermediary – First American Exchange Company, Old Republic Exchange Company, IPXCo, etc. c/o Premier Asset Services ‘GOOD TITLE’ c/o RELS all thanks to RELS or WFHM! Who uses any ‘name’ per POA letters.

    Detusche Bank Trust Co Indenture Trustee for Structured Asset Securities Corp (SASCO) under 1939 Indenture Trustee Act get the asset when SASCO becomes insolvent ‘insolvent’. As depositor, how did SASCO go broke? It’s a shelf pass-thru agency.

    The certificate holders are the pension/municipal/private trust funds whose ‘monies’ were used to purchase the bond with Wilmington Trust Company. There is not loan modification getting to Investors all goes to SHELF COMPANIES! That is why you see REO properties in REMIC the exchange of title between SHELF companies and Investors!

    The Indenture Trustee Wells Fargo Bank NA closes first on the real estate c/o RELS local agents with Premier Asset Services (division of Wells Fargo Bank NA – INSITUTIONAL first) TItle Commitment Letter issued by RELS valuation agent. Frauds by concealment right?
    How do I know.

    Cashier Check! Purchase & Sale Agreement.
    Ordered by WFHM Institutional

    Why does no one but Nancy Drewe wonder why WFHM Institutional can close in secret and the OCC has no problem with that.

    The OCC has no problem with predatory lending transactions which occurred where RELS local agents resell property to 3rd party c/o ‘loans classified as a MERS MOM where in secret prior to consumer closing a MERS MEMBER (ONLY) may login and request a MIN SERVICER ID for Sales & Purchase Agreement, Assignment of Mortgage, etc. First 7 digits name of the MERS MEMBER next 10 digits the Sales Agreement servicing not done under that 10 digit agreement #. How did ‘WFHM’ get the ‘servicing rights’ to MERS MOM (MIN SERVICER ID) Mortgages? The 708-10digit # different than the MIN SERVICER ID.

    Why don’t you have a copy of the Cashier Check?

    A. Don’t know one exists ;
    B. Too much work to figure out who bank’s closing agent was during secret closing in Minneapolis MN.
    C. Don’t Care
    D All the Above

    If you had a copy of the Cashier Check, you’d have evidence of the Indenture Trustee who purchased the bond. The Purchase & Sale Agreement will contain #0123456789 listed on the check remitter.
    Investors have to sue the Indenture Trustee! Right? For Fraud by Concealment borrowers they did to the certificate holders. All the benefits of the ‘asset’ the collateral ‘governed by Federal Reserve’ defaults back to Indenture Trustee.

    RELS TRADEMARK
    FIRST USED IN FLORIDA ’11/8/2004
    ACTIVE
    ‘MARK’ USED IN CONNECTION WITH
    ‘***SEE IMAGE FOR ENTIRETLY OF SERVICES***
    TITLE SEARCHING
    CLOSING & POST CLOSING SERVICES
    PREPARING & ORGANIZING LOAN CLOSING DOCUMENTS

    THE MODE OR MANNER IN WHICH MARK IS USED:
    INTERNET; ADVERTISMENTS; ADVERTISING BROCHURES AND LEAFLETS; BUSINESS CARDS AND LETTERHEAD; DOCUMENTS, WRAPPERS AND OTHER ARTICLES; MARKETING MATERIALS.

    ATTACHMENT 1
    ‘TITLE SEARCHING, CLOSING AND POST-CLOSING SERVICES:
    PREPARING AND ORGANIZING LOAN CLOSING DOCUMENTS; REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL AND VALUATION SERVICES; PROVIDING TITLE INSRUANCE AND PROVIDING TITLE CONDITION REPORTS IN LIEU OF TITLE INSURANCE; CREDIT REPORTING SERVICES; FLOOT DETERMINATION SERVICES; FLOOD HAZARD COMPLIANCE SERVICES; PROPERTY COLLATERAL ASSESSMENTS; PROPERYT EVALUATIONS; HOME WARRANTIES; SIGNING SERVICES IN CONNECTION WITH LOAN CLOSINGS.”

    CLASSES GOODS OR SERVICES WILL FALL: SM 36
    11/8/04 FIRST USED IN FLORIDA.

    ‘RELS and design. ‘Rels’ claimign the color dark red preceded by four rectangles not touching forming share of a squre claining color gold.

    ‘national appraisal services
    secure online connections
    responsive local care and support
    shared profit, goals and growth

    RELS’ CREDIT, APPRAISAL, TITLE AND SETTLEMENT SERVICES ARE FEATURED BY YOUR LOS AND AT RELS INFO TO PROVIDE ORDERING CONVENIENCE AND SPEED TO WELLS FARGO LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES.
    Charles W. Phillpsek Esq., VP Minnesota
    Notary: Patrica A. Larson 11/18/2004

    OWNER:
    RELS REPORTING SERVICES LLC 42-147713 (irs)
    IOWA JURISDICTION
    5700 SMETANA DR
    MINNETONKA MN 55343

    SM-0036
    TRADEMARK APPLICATION ‘RELS’ FLORIDA
    REF NO 33440.22.8.54
    RELS FOR RELS REPORTING SERVICES LLC

    FROM:
    FREDRICKSON & BYRON, PA
    200 SOUTH SIXTH ST, SUITE 4000
    MINNEAPOLIS MN
    55402-1425
    ATTORNEY & ADVISORS
    612-492-7000
    612-492-7077
    http://WWW.TRADLAW.COM

    DEAN R. KARAU
    612-492-7178
    dkarau@fredlaw.com
    OFFICES: MINNEAPOLIS, LONDON & MONTERREY MEXICO
    AFFILIATES: MEXICO CITY, WARSAW, MONTREAL, TORONTO & VANCOUVER

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    RELS LLC
    RUTH E. SHERWIN
    1211 62ND STREET NW
    BRADENTON FL 34209
    GREGORY J. PORGES ESQ.
    PORGEST HAMLIN KNOWLES, PROUTY, THOMPSON
    1205 MANATEE AVE WEST
    BRADENTON FL 34205
    12/13/2007

    ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION RELS LLC
    ‘PORGES HAMILTON KNOWLES & PROUTY

    HOW COULD THE ABOVE CREATE ‘RELS LLC’ AN IT NOT BE PART OF ‘WFHM’
    DID THEY SELL BACK TO ‘DISTRIBUTOR’?
    GREGORY J. PORGES ESQ.
    FL BAR NO 0120348
    THOMPSON & NAJMY PA
    1205 MANATEE AVE WEST
    BRADENTON FL 34205
    941-748-3770

    FAX 10/9/2006
    STRANGE… ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION DATED 10/9/2008.
    NOTARIZED 10/9/2008
    NOTARY NICOLE A. HUGGINS ‘FL’

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    STATE OF FLORIDA 10/22/1998
    (VIE, LLC) 42-1477113
    (JURISDICTION IOWA) PERPETUAL
    FIRST TRANSACTION OF BUSINESS IN FLORIDA 11/2/1998
    MS 122481 ONE HOME CAMPUS,
    DES MOINES IA 50328-0001
    ‘MANAGER’ ‘RELS LLC’

    RELS REPORTING SERVICES LLC ‘FKA’ VIE LLC BOTH OF NORWEST CORPORATION
    JAMES STROTHER EVP LEGAL
    NAME CHANGE RECORDED 11/10/1998 (ATTACHED)

    (VALUATION SERVICES)

    VIE LLC, IOWA, 12/31/1997 BEGIN DATE CERTIFICATE OF EXISTENCE.

    ‘JAMES M. HALPIN ‘ASSISTANT SECRETARY’ 10/21/1998
    JAMES M. STROTHER – EVP

    4/2005 REGISTERED AGENT CHANGE
    RELS REPORTING SERVICES LLC
    MAILING ADDRESS:
    7777 WASHINGTON AVE SOUTH
    MINNEAPOLIS MN 55439

    REGISTERED AGENT CHANGE 4/2005
    CT CORPORATION SYSTEM
    1200 SOTH PINE ISLAND RD
    PLANTATION FL

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    BRIAN TRACY – K.E.L. MAY BE IN ANOTHER STATE BUT IN 2004 STARTED AND VOLUNTARILY DISSOLVED.
    WHAT DOES TITLE COMMITMENT LETTER FROM BANK STATE?

    QUALIFIED INTERMEDIARY ‘CLOSING AGENTS’ DBA ‘XXXXX’ C/O RELS
    RELS LLC
    5700 SMETANA DR, SUITE 400
    MINNETONKA MN 55343

    RELS REPORTING SERVICES LLC
    STATE IOWA (ACTIVE)
    PRINCIPAL BUSINESS ADDRESS:
    1040 YELLOW CIRCLE DRIVE
    SUITE 400
    MINNETONKA MN 55343 (ADDRESS CHANGE 2/8/2011)

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    THE ‘SHELF COMPANIES’
    OPTON ONE MORTGAGE ACCEPTANCE CORP
    WMC SECURED ASSETS CORP (SELLER OF LOANS)
    OPTION ONE ACCEPTANCE CORP

  7. “…don’t go into court and not know who is in front of the court ‘really’. make sure you seek a name affidavit attestation once you know who they really are!”

    What is a “name affidavit attestation”?

    Thank you.

  8. enraged
    I only win if you join on the quest to find who is behind this mess and harming us. click on the link. see all of the categories. who is on the list related to your foreclosure. if you don’t know zip up your stuff and let us figure it out for you. don’t go into court and not know who is in front of the court ‘really’. make sure you seek a name affidavit attestation once you know who they really are!

  9. I would like to contact a Living Person at Living Lies. How do I go about that? I’ve called and emailed but have not received a response, please help.

  10. Charles, I agree with you. Why aren’t the investors suing the Master Servicers. But regarding the homeowners. Why aren’t they also attacking the Master Servicer. After reading a few Prospectus I find it hard to reason as to why anyone would invest in these MBS. If anything goes wrong for what ever reason it seems that the investor are SOL and the issuer reaps all the rewards. Who in their right mind would invest in something like this. What were they thinking.

  11. I give up… You win, Nancy!

  12. Scot,

    And…it is in the PSAs…BTW….

  13. Scot,

    If you’ll obtain the actual loan level files and do the securitization work (few know how to do it…contact Dan Edstrom for one); you’ll find almost always; the “payments” ARE current and paid at the investor level. Keeps the cash flowing and their servicing payments coming in as well as all their other padded fees and costs.

    What you should be asking is, why aren’t the investors “attacking” the Master Servicers…that should answer your question and further reinforce the previous statement.

  14. Thanks, Great information. After reading this a thought came to me.
    Being that one of the responsibilities of the Master Servicer is to make all the payments to the investors for any payments the homeowner does not make. Than why aren’t the homeowners suing the Master Servicers for failing to fulfill their obligation per the Master Service Agreements. If the Master Servicer did fulfill their obligation the notes would never be in default. We should also be attacking the Master Servicers.

  15. Click on Link, then CTRL F to ‘find inside document’

    Category then current contractors with FDIC

    Assets acquired by

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