I don’t know what is different, but it looks like we are making progress at building an effective team to help lawyers, accountants, homeowners and others with consumer debt. Perhaps it is because people started looking back at my original writing starting back in 2007 and realized that I correctly analyzed and predicted the progress although I missed the timing. Still looking for accountants, but we have at least one now. The timing is good because we no longer need to convince people that the flaws in “securitization fail” are fatal and not correctable. That means we have a real shot at (a) stopping these foreclosure and (b) seeking paths to redress for the millions who were victims of illegal foreclosures.
The goal is to create a self sustaining easily accessible resource for both experienced attorneys and people who are like deer caught in the headlights. We are getting closer now to bringing together a national effort. AND I am looking for ways to introduce accountants and auditors to this effort. IN the end it is all about money, allocation and real transactions that can only be proved or disproved by entries on a general ledger that relate to the creation of the balance sheet and income statement of the entities that supposedly are lenders. I believe it is the CPA’s that are going to help turn this page. When they realize the income potential, they will come.
I want to emphasize that although I put out the call, this really about succession, so there is room at the very top as well as all the others who are needed to manage this effort. Don’t worry I’m not dying. But at 68+ I need to face the reality that I might not be as effective later as I have been in the past. In order to fulfill my commitment and not leave people hanging, we need a coherent, well organized group with a common message that will be broadcast in courtrooms, media and meetings across the country. Hopefully this will be the Homeowners War 2.0, where new faces and new ideas bring this to the next level.
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