Wells Fargo and Fannie Mae have other things to worry about at the same time, of course, but they will probably at least attempt a rigorous defense in a lawsuit that Nike Air Force 1 Low Junior Trainers Black
such defense. If HUD did indeed change their rules and there is clear documentation that they did any HUD approved lenders, like Wells Fargo, are obligated to obey and notify any heirs of their right to purchase a reverse mortgage home at a discounted rate.
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As a result of this law, AARP launched a lawsuit that was dismissed a couple of months ago that ultimately spurred HUD to rescind the law change and return the standards back to pre 2008 conditions. The newest lawsuit from AARP alleges that Fannie Mae and Wells Fargo have both continued to foreclosure on these reverse mortgage homes pursuant to the 2008 rule change that is no longer in effect.
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Now that power will be taken to the court room against Wells Fargo and Fannie Mae, as AARP is suing both over reverse mortgage foreclosures.
Failing to do that is wrong, but it will be up to AARP to prove that such a thing actually happened.
In 2008, however, HUD altered the rules and said that any heir that was not originally in the first mortgage has to pay the full balance of the mortgage to keep the property even when the property value was far below the balance owed.
A reverse mortgage is essentially a loan that is for people aged 62 or older that draws down the home equity in the property as either a lump sum payment or several payments over time. The most common form of reverse mortgages is the Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) offered by HUD. A benefit of reverse mortgages is that the loan amount isn due until the death of the homeowner (in most cases), meaning that a survivor or heir could purchase the home in full after the original homeowner death, most commonly for a discounted price. Under pre 2008 rules, a homeowner or heir could never owe more than what the home was worth.
It will be interesting to see what happens in the court room with this particular lawsuit. Wells Fargo has some sort of defense against the suit, since (according to them) they were acting as an agent of Fannie Mae, who actually owned the mortgages. Fannie Mae ostensibly has no Nike Air Force 1 Gold Medal
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