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Do you have foreclosure documents signed by Jeffrey Stephan or Beth Ann Cottrell?

At least two officials who signed documents indicating that they had reviewed the accuracy of thousands of foreclosure proceedings have testified in sworn depositions that they didn't actually perform at least some of the reviews.

If you have documents signed by either of the officials - Ally Financial's Jeffrey Stephan or Chase Home Finance's Beth Ann Cottrell -- or were involved in a foreclosure whose documentation they reviewed, we'd like to know about it as we continue to report on the foreclosure legal issues.

Do you think your foreclosure documents may have been processed by Stephan or Cottrell? If you have a copy of a foreclosure document signed by Stephan or Cottrell, please post it here. Or send us information on your foreclosure using the form below.

By Washington Post editors  | September 22, 2010; 2:33 PM ET
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Posted by: Anonymous | September 23, 2010 8:26 AM | Report abuse

you can thank Maxime Waters and Barney Frank for this mortgage meltdown

Posted by: mightyheidi | September 23, 2010 3:18 PM | Report abuse

It's sweet that the banks cannot foreclose.

That leaves fewer and fewer houses on the market... thus propping up my properties...

HAHAHAHA, suckers... You have to pay what I want you to pay, and I can wait indefinitely.

If there were some free market activity, maybe there would be more than the rare solitary house in my geography up for sale.... hahahah, gonna actually make money.... thanks suckers.

Posted by: docwhocuts | September 23, 2010 7:16 PM | Report abuse

the root of all the fraud is fraudulent banks...

Posted by: Anonymous | September 24, 2010 4:55 PM | Report abuse

I prmoise this is no joke paris hilton has a brand new sex tape

Posted by: Doug Mckay | September 28, 2010 8:31 PM | Report abuse


I agree that the delays with foreclosures are causing prices to fall more slowly than they would otherwise. But even when the banks are able to foreclose easily with fraudulent documents, they are holding millions of houses off the market and are themselves delaying foreclosures to try to fix prices and keep them from reaching equilibrium.

This will not stop prices from falling indefinitely. It will cause them to fall gradually over time while bankrupting the country. As housing falls, then stabilizes with more government intervention, then falls, then rises 2%, then falls again over the next 10 years, it is going to create more problems.

In short, I think your best chance at making money is to sell now. The Fed should pump the stock market before the elections because they always do that regardless of party to keep the foolish masses from behaving erratically and choosing some unendorsed candidate.

After the elections, it's hard to see what they have planned. But the government is the economy now and it's not about jobs, it's about stock prices and asset prices. As they try to prop them up, they will create more imbalances and more dangerous expectations making it virtually impossible to return to a normal economy.

The question isn't just how many homes are for sale on your block, it's how many homes are for sale and what the demand is. As foreclosures continue, it will free a lot of families to move from places with high unemployment to places with lower unemployment. Hopefully you live in a place with low unemployment.

Posted by: Anonymous | September 29, 2010 2:10 AM | Report abuse

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