Richard Zombeck

Richard Zombeck

Having worked in restaurants, tech support, and as a reporter, Zombeck has developed and cultivated a cynical view when it comes to human nature and behavior.

Zombeck founded Home Preservation Network (HPN) in an effort to educate and inform the public about issues relating to foreclosure and the financial crisis in America, and to expose the individuals and entities that are working against the public interest.

The HPN community provides resources in the form of information, news articles, homeowner stories, vetted service providers, foreclosure advocates and journalists. Several of the most knowledgeable and well respected experts collaborate on HPN in a single collective effort to assist and educate homeowners and consumers.

Additionally, HPN provides resources and potential solutions to homeowners faced with foreclosure and issues relating to foreclosure.


Some places you can find him:


Huffington Post:www.huffingtonpost.com/richard-zombeck


HuffPost Live TV: http://live.huffingtonpost.com/r/segment/50537cee02a760539300007f

Al Jazeera TV:youtu.be/_GU2hANUgRo

Swedish TV:youtu.be/0j-qLBJCeyE

The Hill:thehill.com/opinion/op-ed/98213-ordinary-people-and-financial-reform

Jeff Santos Radio:www.revolutionboston.com/podcast/2011-09/2844

and www.revolutionboston.com/podcast/2011-11/3304

Reuters:blogs.reuters.com/felix-salmon/2011/01/03/counterparties-279/

MSNBC:redtape.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2010/04/27/6345620-mortgage-nightmares-one-tale-at-a-time

Market Ticker:market-ticker.org/akcs-www?singlepost=2361671

Boston Globe:www.boston.com/business/personalfinance/articles/2011/02/04/in_a_jam_more_skip_mortgage_payments

In probably one of the more outrageous announcements to come out of the mortgage crisis, Florida AG Pam – Barbie Girl – Bondi announced on Friday that the office was closing the investigation into “alleged” wrongdoing by foreclosure mills – with no findings.

“Accordingly, we have closed our law firm investigations and anticipate that any enforcement action will be up to the discretion of the Florida Bar,” Jennifer Meale, the communications director, said.

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I wanted to post this in its entirety since it's getting close (Oct. 9th). As usual governement agencies don't really think much about getting the word out to people:

Rules Would Establish Standards to Prevent Servicer Mistakes and Surprises

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) today proposed two notices containing rules to protect homeowners from surprises and costly mistakes by their mortgage servicers.

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The first debate between Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren was riddled with racial undertones and cheap shots from Brown on Warren’s heritage among other things. The following week, a video of Brown’s staffers was released showing them making tomahawk gestures and yelping like Injuns from an old episode of F-Troop with the Hekawis. Brown isn’t the only member of the GOP to stoop to racially charged innuendos however. Apparently, Romney campaign staffers are having a good ole time having their friends and family spread a video of “Obama Phone” on social media (see image). This is another bogus swipe that reeks of desperation and can be easily refuted in less than ten minutes with a Google search.

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Dual Tracking continues as a popular practice among banks and servicers despite having promised the usual, “no, no, we won’t do it again if you just leave us alone … really … trust us … we promise this time.”

The five big banks had agreed to certain terms and conditions as part of the $25 billion mortgage settlement. One of those promises was to stop the foreclosure techniques of stop dual tracking – simply put; one office or department continues to push the foreclosure while the other negotiates a modification. As a result the homeowner gets pushed out of their home from the bank they thought was trying to help them save their home.

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The first debate between Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren was riddled with racial undertones and cheap shots from Brown on Warren's heritage among other things. The following week, a video of Brown's staffers was released showing them making tomahawk gestures and yelping like Injuns from an old episode of F-Troop with the Hekawis. Brown isn't the only member of the GOP to stoop to racially charged innuendos however. Apparently, Romney campaign staffers are having a good ole time having their friends and family spread a video of "Obama Phone" on social media. This is another bogus swipe that reeks of desperation and can be easily refuted in less than ten minutes with a Google search.

©Cross-posted and Huffington Post
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