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  • While those actions were necessary to prevent an even bigger economic catastrophe, we still have not addressed the No. 1 cause of both the crisis and the subpar recovery we are in: a stubborn refusal to deal head-on with past-due and underwater mortgages.

    ProPublica: FDIC Chair: Mortgage Industry 'Didn't Think Borrowers Were Worth Helping'

  • The forfeiture came after months of negotiations between Kerzner and Brookfield, a junior lender on the resorts, over how to deal with payment of $2.6 billion of past-due debt on the properties.

    Brookfield Takes Chase of Distressed Deals

  • Loan officers are graded on sales and management of past-due loans and other credit exceptions.

    In Florida, Banking's Survivors Are Lending

  • Now it is a week-and-a-half past-due on the loan, much of which was securitized and sold to investors as bonds, say people familiar with the matter.

    Never Too Late To Go Retro

  • Former Army Lt.Col. Allen West was hailed as one of the GOP's rising star candidates but personal financial problems including past-due credit card bills and liens have hurt.

    "Choice" vs "Referendum": A (few) Democratic success stories

  • My rule for accepting past-due work, which I announce at the beginning of the year and write into my student/teacher contract, is that I'll take it up to a week late, with a deduction for each day past the due date.

    Ilana Garon: End of the Term Pile-Up

  • Because of the failure of the State of Illinois to fund past-due and future obligations to West Aurora School District 129, various proposals and difficult decisions must be made.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Please contact your legislators to demand the State of Illinois pay its past-due obligations and address the funding of schools.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • The State of Illinois is past-due about $5.2 million in payments and that is expected to get worse for the 2009-2010 school year due to a variety of factors, including the formulas that fund schools, which is tied significantly to property taxes.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • And a judge ordered West to pay over $5,000 in past-due credit card bills.

    The Tea Party In Florida: The Fiery Challenger

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