LENDER PROCESSING SERVICES (LPS) BUYING UP HOMES AT AUCTIONS? Take a look to see if this address is on your documents!

Lender Processing Svc
(651) 234-3500
1270 Northland Dr Ste 200
Mendota Heights, MN 55120

Take a good look at the Buyer and the address in the document below. I investigated a little more and found multiple addresses below in forums and placed them here for you to see.

If you take a look at the Buyer in this Title the “Certificate Of Title” was issued under IndyMac Federal Bank…HUH? IndyMac FB does not exist…This seriously needs to be investigated! How are these being sold under failed banks?? Where does the money go after the auction and from the new sale?

Everyone needs to look at their documentation and look carefully for this address. If you have them under this address please forward them to StopForeclosureFraud@gmail.com.

OTHERS LISTED WITH 1270 Northland Dr. Ste 200 Mendota Heights, MN 55120

Fidelity National Foreclosure Solutions 1270 Northland Drive Suite 200.Mendota HeightsMN 55120 · (651)234-3500

Foreclosure & Bankruptcy Services. 1270 Northland Drive, Suite 200, Telephone, (651) 234-3500. Mendota HeightsMN 55120, Fax, (651) 234-3600 

http://www.tampagov.net/CEBAgendas/20071001.pdf

WELLS FARGO BANK NA TRUSTEE
1270 NORTHLAND DR SUITE 200
MENDOTA HEIGHTS, MN 55120
INSPECTOR: Eddie Prieto  274-5545

DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST
1270 NORTHLAND DR STE 200
MENDOTA HEIGHTS, MN 55120
INSPECTOR: RANDEL SMITH 274-5545

http://www.newspapernotice.com/details.aspx?id=1889632
Current Beneficiary: MERS as nominee for Aegis Mortgage Corp Care of / Servicer Aegis Mortgage Corp/Fidelity C/O Fidelity National Foreclosure Solutions 1270 Northland Drive. Suite 200 Mendota Heights, MN 55120

http://www.geodetix.com/ftp/APPRAISAL_INFO_SAMPLE.TXT
BANK ONE NATIONAL ASSN TRUSTEE
1270 NORTHLAND DR STE 200
MENDOTA HEIGHTS MN 55120

http://ao.lackawannacounty.org/details.php?mapno=14204010007

DEUTSCHE BANK NATL TRUST CO
1270 NORTHLAND DR SUITE 200
MENDOTA HEIGHTS, MN 55120

http://www.stpete.org/pdf/vacantandboarded.pdf
WELLS FARGO BANK NA  TRE
1270 NORTHLAND DR STE 200
MENDOTA HEIGHTS                MN
551201176

LONG BEACH MTG LOAN TRUST
1270 NORTHLAND DR STE 20
MENDOTA HEIGHTS                MN
551201156

DEUTSCHE BANK NATL TRUST CO  T
1270 NORTHLAND DR STE 200
MENDOTA HEIGHTS                MN
551201176

http://www.alsb.uscourts.gov/credclaim.pdf
HomEq Servicing Corp.
1270 Northland Dr., #200
Mendota MN
55120-

IndyMac Bank-FSB;The Leader
Mortgage Co.
1270 Northland Drive, Suite 200
Mendota Heights
MN
55120-

Saxon Mortgage; Homecomings
Financial
1270 Northland Dr., #200
Mendota Heights
MN
55120-

http://madison-co.com/elected_offices/tax_assessor/display_parcel.php?pn=082I-29%20-007/02.29&street_name=v
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOC
1270 NORTHLAND DR STE 200
MENDOTA HEIGHTS
MN 55120

http://gis.meridian.mi.us/assessing/details_process.asp?IDValue=33-02-02-06-378-004

JP MORGAN CHASE BANK
1270 NORTHLAND DR STE 200
MENDOTA HEIGHTS
MN  55120http://www.co.bibb.ga.us/TaxBills/NFBill.asp?id=346133

BANK ON E AS TRUSTEE

1270 NORTHLAND DR STE 200
MENDOTA HEIGHTS MN 55120-

http://www2.county.allegheny.pa.us/RealEstate/General.asp?CurrBloLot=0079B00251000000&SearchBloLot=0079B00251000000&SingleResult=True


JP MORGAN CHASE BANK (TRUSTEE)
1270 NORTHLAND DR SUITE 200
SAINT PAUL, MN 55120

http://www.lehighcounty.org/Assessment/puba.cfm?doc=HeroesGrant_form.cfm&pin=640703621999&parnum=1
WELLS FARGO BANK NA
1270 NORTHLAND DR STE 200
MENDOTA HEIGHTS MN, 55120

Contact Matrix and Team Breakdown of FIS Foreclosure Solutions, Inc.
operations for the month of December 2007

Select Portfolio Servicing Inc.
1270 Northland Drive, Ste. 200
Mendota Heights, MN 55120

http://www.dailycourt.com/bankruptcy.php/3:05-bk-39314/
Case #3:2005-bk-39314
Select Portfolio Servicing, Inc.
1270 Northland Drive, Suite 200
Mendota Heights, MN 55120

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Indymac depositors get another shot at retroactive deposit insurance

Ryan Carter
Posted: 05/27/2010 04:23:20 PM PDT

Local lawmakers Thursday introduced an amendment to financial reform that would allow depositors at failed Pasadena-based Indymac Bank to recoup a collective $233 million in lost savings.

The amendment, called the Indy Act, would make a federal deposit insurance cap of $250,000 retroactive to the time IndyMac failed in July of 2008. At the time, deposit insurance was set for deposits up to $100,000. But as the financial crisis grew Congress only a few months later approved the heightened cap.

But the cap did not extend to institutions that failed before October 2008.

“The whole thing is about fairness,” said Rep. David Dreier, R-San Dimas, who along with Rep. Jane Harman, D-Venice, introduced the bill Thursday.

Source: http://www.pasadenastarnews.com

INDYMAC FEDERAL BANK 1270 NORTHLAND DR STE 200 MENDOTA HEIGHTS MN

Someone did something very, very naughty!

This involves

MY PROPERTY!

IndyMac got IndySMACK Down via Hon. Samuel J. Bufford!

From BMcDonald

This is a bankruptcy case in which IndyMac Bank wanted relief of stay so they could proceed with a foreclosure. The judge ordered them to produce the original note and deed, which they did but ended up having to admit they didn’t own them. This judge Bufford goes into great detail about the issues of “party in interest” and “real party in interest” and who has the right to foreclose. Only a party with a real investment in the property has a right to collect on the debt.

Bain v. METROPOLITAN MORTGAGE GROUP INC., Dist. Court, WD Washington, Seattle: LISTEN UP!

What a disaster! This ruling is absolutely hideous!

  • Ask these “VP’s” where MERS is located?
  • Who do they answer to?
  • Who is their superior in MERS?
  • How many meetings do they attend?
  • Are they paid employees?
  • What MERS branch do they work out of?

COMPLETE AND UTTER BULL SHIT!

Under the contract with MERS, they were appointed…

“CORRECTION “SELF” APPOINTED”

The instant motion for summary judgment concerns only one Defendant: Lender Processing Services (“LPS”). LPS “process[es] the necessary paperwork to pursue non-judicial foreclosure on behalf of its servicer and lender clients.” (Allen Decl. (Dkt. No. 74 at 1).) LPS had contracts with Defendants IndyMac Bank (now IndyMac Federal Bank) and Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems (“MERS”). Under the contract with MERS, LPS[3] employees were “appointed as assistant secretaries and vice presidents of [MERS] and, as such, are authorized to . . . execute any and all documents necessary to foreclose upon the property securing any mortgage loan registered on the MERS system

How about Christina’s many signatures and positions in 1-5 banks below? So not only does she sign for MERS????

Hypothetically…even *if* they had authority…they are FORGING these documents!!!

ERIC FRIEDMAN It’s your turn to wear the hats…By the way thanks for the Power Of Attorney to Stern!

Ok folks…here we have Eric & Erica.

 We all know some of the many hats Erica Johnson-Seck wears…so whats a few more. Just like her,  Eric Friedman joins her with some signings and also gives Law Offices of David J. Stern Power Of Attorney via IndyMac.

N0tice how it may be the same person signing for all on the POA? Eric also signs documents for Florida Default Group now would this be a conflict? What makes of this POA since Eric’s signatures aren’t consistent and is an officer of other banks too?

Oh and they didn’t want notary Mai Thao to feel left out so they let “Mai”  in on it too.

  • Notice original banks ceased operations before these were assigned.
  • They “fabricated” these assignments to back date and record months after.
  • Notice no addresses because their is none.
  • IndyMac itself was ceased by the FDIC in 7/11/2008 and sold to OneWest 3/19/2009.

LPS Asset Management Launches Short-Sale Service: “CAVEAT EMPTOR”

CAVEAT EMPTOR

March 22, 2010 – Lender Processing Services

 
LPS Asset Management Launches Short-Sale Service

Service helps lenders respond to short-sale offers more efficiently

Lender Processing Services, Inc. (NYSE:LPS) , a leading provider of integrated technology and services to the mortgage and real estate industries, is pleased to announce the launch of its professional short-sale service. Offered through LPS Asset Management Solutions, LPS’ short-sale solution helps servicers respond more quickly to short-sale offers and close more transactions.

In the current environment, servicers must be prepared to efficiently leverage alternatives like short sales. They must also be able to manage an increase in short-sale requests from borrowers and process the increased volume, while minimizing risk exposure and keeping operating complexity to a minimum.

‘As the need for short-sale management continues to increase, servicers must have an exceptionally efficient process in place for accuracy, timeliness and high-performance results,’ said Chad Neel, president of LPS Asset Management Solutions, LPS Field Services and LPS Auction Solutions. ‘With our extensive industry and short-sale experience and resources, we are ideally poised to help servicers streamline the short-sale process, enabling them to keep costs down and work with defaulted homeowners more effectively.’

LPS Asset Management Solutions has an established network of seasoned asset managers who manage, market and sell distressed and bank-owned properties, so servicers don’t have to experiment with alternatives or create alliances that may not offer the same benefits. LPS Asset Management Solutions’ ability to quickly draw upon related LPS resources, including property preservation and code enforcement services, title and closing services, analytics, valuations, MLS data and market trending data, offers servicers a powerful, comprehensive solution for its short-sale needs.

With the expertise and ability to assist servicers at any stage of the short-sale process, LPS works directly with its clients to review title; assess and resolve junior liens; review property values against short-sale offers; evaluate the equity position for each transaction; perform occupancy checks; and provide property preservation services, if necessary.

Additionally, LPS can coordinate short-sale offer reviews to provide guidance on whether the offers are in line with local market values and appropriate for the servicer’s objectives. Finally, LPS can either manage the entire closing process for short-sale offers that are accepted, or support servicers with property auction and deed-in-lieu services to expand the choices available to help clients and their borrowers conclude their transactions.

For more information regarding the LPS Asset Management Solutions’ short-sale services, call (720) 566-8025.

About Lender Processing Services

Lender Processing Services, Inc. (LPS) is a leading provider of integrated technology and services to the mortgage and real estate industries. LPS offers solutions that span the mortgage continuum, including lead generation, origination, servicing, workflow automation (LPS Desktop®) portfolio retention and default, augmented by the company’s award-winning customer support and professional services. Approximately 50 percent of all U.S. mortgages by volume are serviced using LPS’ Mortgage Servicing Package (MSP). LPS also offers proprietary mortgage and real estate data and analytics for the mortgage and capital markets industries. For more information about LPS, please visit http://www.lpsvcs.com.

 

Contact: Michelle Kersch Media +1-904-854-5043 michelle.kersch@lpsvcs.com
Company: Lender Processing Services, Jacksonville-Florida
Web Link: http://www.lpsvcs.com

Source: http://www.mortgagemag.com/news/2010/0316/1000016436070.htm

or see my write ups on them HERE