As if the world of foreclosures in Massachusetts isn’t already confusing enough after the Ibanez ruling, anti-foreclosure advocates are hoping to lobby state lawmakers on a range of proposals. It’s truly bewildering, but you can read the details in a report on Boston.com. Much of this has already been reported — like Secretary Galvin’s idea for a kind “stop-gap” judicial review process — and the city of Boston’s “mediation” idea. What’s interesting is the quote from a member of the Real Estate Bar Association who says everyone needs to “calm down” and go slow when changing Massachusetts’ 200 years of foreclosure law.
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