Poll Respondents Say Pay Foreclosure Victims


Destin, FL, June 27, 2011 –(PR.com)– Homeowners who have suffered through illegal foreclosures to become victims at the hands of bankers should be financially compensated by the lenders, according to a new Housing Predictor opinion poll.

Banking analysts say the number of foreclosure victims who have suffered through illegal foreclosures may run into millions of homeowners. The survey indicates that despite the blame Americans place on homeowners who got in over their heads financially they still feel laws should be followed properly in the foreclosure process.

Mortgage servicing employees admitted to making mistakes signing the legal paperwork to file foreclosures with sworn statements without authenticating the ownership of mortgages first, according to statements made by the employees. Attorneys general in 26 states are investigating the foreclosures and are attempting to reach out of court settlements with bankers involved in the scandal.

Housing Predictor regularly surveys visitors to its website on important issues related to real estate to get a pulse on how consumers feel and tracks more than 230 local housing markets in all 50 U.S. states, forecasts markets across the country and keeps visitors up to date on real estate news and mortgage rates.

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