There will be an important Foreclosure Fraud hearing this Friday November 30, 2012, at the Federal Court House in Seattle (700 Stewart) from 11 am to noon in the Courtroom of Judge Pechman. The case is Mickelson versus Chase Bank. The Mickelson’s are asking the federal court to rule that Chase Bank wrongfully foreclosed on the Mickelson’s home due to robo-signing and MERS slicing and dicing the mortgage to the point where no one knows who the actual note holder is. This is an extremely important case and we are hoping that anyone who can make it will attend this hearing to show support for the thousands of homeowners in our State who have been wrongfully foreclosed on by the Wall Street banksters. For more information, contact Michelle Darnelle at the Scott Stafne law firm, 360-403-8700.
As part of Real Change’s advocacy efforts, we are inviting community members to join Real Change vendors, volunteers, and staff, along with people who are currently homeless, to participate in Listening Circles to hear each others’ experiences with economic insecurity and access to resources. This is an opportunity to actively listen to stories about what […]
On every newsletter we send you and nearly every flyer, brochure, and banner we produce SAFE includes the words “Housing is a Human Right!” Our belief is that all human beings, solely because they are human beings, should have a right to safe, clean, and dignified shelter. This is a tad different from the way […]
Growing up, many of us learned our country has three branches of government, with checks and balances to make sure nothing ever goes wrong. We also believed that by removing his glasses no one would realize Clark Kent was actually Superman. As we aged, we discovered that checks and balances have less to do with […]