Monthly Archives: July 2012

MAAPL Letter to Gov. Patrick: Eliminate Harmful Measures in Foreclosure Bill

Legal Experts, Housing Advocates to Gov. Patrick: Eliminate Harmful Measures in Foreclosure Bill Letter calls on governor to remove last minute anti-homeowner additions, prompt right-to-rent task force to action this year BEACON HILL – Legal experts and housing advocates today more »

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MAAPL Press Release – New Provision in ‘Compromise Bill’ Harms Homeowners

Analysis: New Provision in ‘Compromise Bill’ Harms Homeowners, Victims of Illegal Foreclosure Additions create major barriers to negotiations through mail-only process, bar homeowners from reclaiming homes illegally seized and sold to third parties. BEACON HILL – New provisions in the more »

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Action Alert: Call Governor Patrick Now!

Call Governor Patrick Now: Dangerous Foreclosure Bill Removes Rights Provisions – He Must Act! Please call the Governor today through Monday, July 30th! The Foreclosure Bill as passed has almost none of the changes MAAPL and its members have fought more »

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Press Release: 11th Hour Provision Sells Out Victims of Illegal Foreclosure

MAAPL: 11th Hour Provision Sells Out Victims of Illegal Foreclosure Last-minute addition to ‘compromise bill’ bars homeowners from reclaiming homes illegally-seized and sold to investors or other third parties. BEACON HILL – An 11th hour addition to the so-called “compromise” more »

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Action Alert: Join Us Tomorrow on the State House Steps!

Imagine… No more foreclosures, vacancies, lost homes, destroyed neighborhoods or plummeting property values. Instead… Your lender’s authorized representative must negotiate with you in person; They have to come to the negotiating table and bring all your papers; And they must more »

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