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NAMFS Offender Members Cost HUD 2.09 BILLION

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This past week has seen a lot of activity in the Property Preservation Industry. Sources have been sending information from NAMFS Offender Members suing each other while a 264 million dollar contract sits on the table unserviced then the OIG states…

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Office of Inspector General audited HUD to determine whether it paid servicers’ claims for properties that did not foreclose or convey on time. We initiated this audit due to concerns that HUD overpaid servicers’ claims for FHA insurance benefits.
HUD paid claims for an estimated 239,000 properties that servicers did not foreclose upon or convey on time. HUD paid an estimated $141.9 million for servicers’ claims for unreasonable and unnecessary debenture interest that was incurred after the missed foreclosure or conveyance deadline and an estimated $2.09 billion for servicers’ claims for unreasonable and unnecessary holding costs that were incurred after the deadline to convey.
We recommend that HUD issue a change to 24 CFR (Code of Federal Regulations) Part 203, which corrects deficiencies that allowed an estimated $2.23 billion in unreasonable and unnecessary costs to the FHA insurance fund. These changes include a maximum period for filing insurance claims and disallowance of expenses incurred beyond established timeframes. We recommend that HUD develop a strategic information technology plan to make significant operational changes to HUD’s monitoring of single-family conveyance claims to ensure that servicers comply with foreclosure and conveyance timeframes. We also recommend that HUD develop and implement controls to identify noncompliance with current regulations at 24 CFR 203.402.

An example of one of these Offender Members managed properties can be seen here.

Keep in mind ladies and gentlemen, that 2.09 BILLION, you and me, the tax payers. Who do you think the Offender Members of the National Association of Mortgage Field Services wants to blame??? As always with Eric Miller and the nepotism network of Offender Members thieves Miller supervises on a daily basis, Labor.
Make no mistake about this organization of cut throat bottom feeders. They will find away to blame Labor for their illegal actions. They will attempt to pass the buck and act as if the powers to be “made them do it”. They will say anything. To avoid culpability for their criminal activity.
However, I think different…No I believe we’re going to see some change. Albeit forced change as the gutless Eric Miller is not smart enough to supervise constructive change.
There may also possibly be some charges. As the debate time approaches I’m guessing Millerand the criminal Offender Members is pulling up a seat hoping Shillary Clinsanto does well after all she has mortgage and FBI buddies that Miller may be able to end round things should he be able to grab an assist from Wells Fargo, another Offender Member of the National Association of Management For Stealing,(NAMFS) .
Also of note this week a ruling from the Nevada State Supreme Court should have a serious bearing on the PPI.

Owners, contractors and subcontractors need to be aware that they may be liable for liens on a project even if proper contract payments were made. This is true even if an unconditional release has been received because lower-tiered contractors must actually receive payment for work that benefits the owners, contractors or subcontractors…

Wonder which of the Offender Members will be the first Offender Member to get slapped for not paying a Nevada PPI Contractor??? Which of the Offender Members do you think it will be?? This ruling opens doors for slam dunk cases. If you’re literate and can fill out a form you should be able to collect, that if you have the guts to actually demand your money. So many people eat contracts so they won’t rock the boat. Afraid they won’t get any more work orders they won’t get paid for completing.
As more court cases and investigation start coming to fruition involving Offender Members one has to wonder where Miller’s head is??? I would have thought the Hurst v Buczek case would have woke him up and and adjustments would have been made. No, but then Pecuniary Greed never thinks rationally. No, Pecuniary Greed just like the Offender Members continue to say feed me.
It will be very interesting to see how things with Crono Solutions, Q Integrated, Matt Martin Real Estate, and Caliber all plays out. After all 264 million dollar contract currently sits helplessly on the table while any fines for late services HUD will be forced to pick up, ie…the tax payers. Same people that will pick up Well Fargo’s fines for cheating people, but that’s none of our business.
As always folks you can catch my daily updates on American Matters AMNews or stop by Foreclosurepedia for the latest in breaking news on the Offender Members in the PPI.
Until Next Time
Happy Gardening

End of Layering in the PPI??? New Rule for Small Business Owners.

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I love when a new rule gets put in play that validates something you say.

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Today when some legal information came across my desk, well I have to admit made me smile.  So this Edition if Business 101 is directed to all the Emp.actors if the PPI.

New Rule Finalizes Small-Business Subcontracting Changes

Regulatory amendments related to small-business subcontracting will take effect on November 1, 2016.

On July 14, the Federal Acquisition Regulatory Council issued a final rule in the Federal Register to implement regulatory changes that the Small Business Administration (SBA) made. The final rule makes many important changes to the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 19 and FAR clause 52.219-9 to implement the statutory requirements of Sections 1321 and 1322 of the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010 (Pub. L. 111-240). These changes, which take effect on November 1, are summarized below.

Use of Small-Business Subcontractors During Contract Performance

The new rule amends FAR clause 52.219-9, Small Business Subcontracting Plan, to require prime contractors to make good-faith efforts to utilize their proposed small-business subcontractors during a contract’s performance to the same degree that such small

The SBA has been assisting small business since 1953
The SBA has been assisting small business since 1953

businesses were relied on in preparing or submitting the contract bid or proposal. If the prime contractor is unable to make this effort, it must explain in writing to the contracting officer, within 30 days of contract completion, the reasons why it is unable to do so.

Calculation of Subcontracting Goals

Under amended FAR subpart 19.704(a)(2), contracting officers will have discretionary authority to require a contractor to establish subcontracting goals both in terms of total subcontract dollars and in terms of total contract dollars. The Federal Acquisition Regulatory Council clarified that use of total contract dollars is in no way an attempt to influence a contractor’s make or buy decision and clarified that a contracting officer will make such decisions on a case-by-case basis. In addition, under the amended FAR subpart 19.705-1, the contracting officer may establish small-business subcontracting goals at the order level for indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contracts.

You can read the law and review by Steven J Pearlman and John P Berry here

In another matter I have been saying is not valid in the PPI is the “Non-Compete” clauses that are now illegal in some places, making them virtually unenforceable in others…

Effective January 1, 2017, the Illinois Freedom to Work Act (the “Act”) will prohibit private sector employers from entering into non-competition agreements with employees earning a “low wage.”  The Act defines low-wage employees as those who earn the greater of: (a) the federal ($7.25 per hour), state ($8.25 per hour), or local (currently, $10.50 per hour under the Chicago Minimum Wage Ordinance) minimum wage; or (b) $13.00 per hour.  The Act defines prohibited restrictions on competition as those that limit a low-wage employee from: (a) working for another employer for a specified period of time; (b) working in a specified geographical area; or (c) engaging in similar work for another employer.  Under the Act, these restrictions will be deemed “illegal and void.”  Notably, the Act does not affect an employer’s right to protect confidential information and trade secrets through confidentiality agreements with any worker, including low-wage employees

For the complete article go here.

Perhaps now many of the Emplactor will understand why I scream you have to pay yourself.  If you do not, you have absolutely no idea of how much it truly costs to operate your business.

For many years now I have stated that you can not ask someone to help you fulfill your contractual obligations if I’m  not included in the negotiation process. Now it appears that with this new rule the Small Business Administration and the Federal Acquisition Regulatory Council also agree.

Now lets see how long before Offender Members of the National AssociationOf Management For Stealing take to add these new rule of law to the ccurrent laundry list of crimes and employment laws they participate in on a daily basis.

Especially in Illinois where the state’s Attorney General has already perused RICO Violations against Safeguard Properties.

Until Next Time

Happy Gardening