Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Ban Baum From Foreclosures

, New York Law Journal

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The servicers of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae-owned mortgages can no longer refer foreclosure cases to the Baum firm, though the firm will retain the cases already referred to it.

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  • Peter Lomtevas

    Why don't banks refer their foreclosure cases to the "Lomtevas" firm. What connections does Baum have that Lomtevas does not have? Perhaps those connections contributed to the mortgage crisis.

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