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Monthly Archives: May 2012
Welcome to the online home of the Massachusetts Alliance Against Predatory Lending (MAAPL). Here you will find information about us and our work, including Timely information about current events related to the fight against fraudulent and predatory mortgage lending practices more »
MAAPL Legislative Briefing Tuesday, January 31, 2012 from 10:00 am to Noon Room B-2, Massachusetts State House Sponsored by the Joint Committee on Housing 44,100 Massachusetts foreclosures since 2007 = 88,000 households threatened. Our state economy loses $4.1B MONTHLY from more »
MAAPL has added the following new documents to its resource library: Testimony by Nadine Cohen to Congress: Opposing Mega Merger of Capital One and ING” PDF “MAAPL’s response to Fannie Mae’s Request For Information on the proposed disposition of post-foreclosure more »
On Wednesday, October 19, 2011, MAAPL held a Press Conference at the Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action, 18 Tremont St. in Boston to announce the release of a new major report on the wide range of harms–from health to more »
On November 1, 2011, the Federal Reserve Board announced that borrowers who believe they were financially harmed during the mortgage foreclosure process by specific participating institutions in 2009 and 2010 can now request an independent review and potentially receive compensation. more »