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The Hallmark Abstract Sentinel is written for the purpose of keeping our clients and subscribers current on any issues that may have the potential to impact the real estate, mortgage or title insurance markets. Examples of these issues include the current foreclosure crisis and the potential that foreclosures already completed could be overturned due to a variety of legal issues.
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Monday, October 6, 2008   Survival Tips: Managing Your Business During A Down Market The stock market is down 700+, the VIX is close to 60, and I figurured that this would be a great time to reprint an article from a blog that I read every day, The Mortgage Cicerone. The article refers to belt ti...
10/06/2008
Monday, October 6, 2008 Fannie Mae: Plain Vanilla or Chocolate Sundae? Market Update: Things are not looking great post Bill passage. I have a funny feeling in the pit of my stomach.VIX: Not yet open. Closed Friday at 45.14, and speculate we will see 50+ today.The Ted Spread: 3.89 this morning, u...
10/05/2008
Saturday, October 4, 2008   The Bailout Bill: Why So Glum? The Bailout Bill Passed: Why Are People So Glum?OK. Arms were twisted, some pork was added, the potential ramifications of doing nothing were averted, Main Street was saved (even if Wall Street also benefited), the middle class was rescue...
10/04/2008
Read the rest of the story at The Commercial Mortgage and Political Hotline at http://commercialmortgagehotline.blogspot.com Thursday, October 2, 2008 The Message Of The Markets: Stock,Credit and Mortgage The Message Of The MarketsThe Senate passed the Bailout Bill 75-25 last night, in a fairly s...
10/02/2008
Read the entire story at The Commercial Mortgage, Real Estate and Political Hotline at http://commercialmortgagehotline.blogspot.com Wednesday, October 1, 2008 The Mortgage Crisis: Enough Blame To Go Around Is This Mess Solely A Creation Of The Current Administration, Or Is There Enough Blame To ...
09/30/2008
Tuesday, September 30, 2008 Vote For Your Favorite Political Cliche' Congress Is On Vacation For A Couple Of Days: Let's Take A VoteSince the Congress is taking a couple of days off, it is the opinion of this blog that we will take this opportunity to take a look at some of our favorite cliches t...
09/30/2008
The $1 Trillion Men (and women): The House Of Representatives The Bailout Bill Goes DownApparently Nancy Pelosi, Majority Leader in the House, does not know how to count very well. Leading up to one of the most important votes in recent history, it would seem that she did not know how many in her...
09/29/2008
CLICK THE LINK BELOW: From The Commercial Mortgage, Real Estate and Political Hotline at http://commercialmortgagehotline.blogspot.com.  Please visit to read the whole story. Monday, September 29, 2008 Congress: Do They Really Feel The Pain Of "Main Street" Do These Guys Really Feel Our Pain?As a...
09/29/2008
From The Commercial Mortgage, Real Estate and Political Hotline at http://commercialmortgagehotline.blogspot.com Monday, September 29, 2008Reading Between The Lines Of The Mortgage Bailout Plan Actions Speak Louder Than Words In moving from the rhetoric coming from Washington and bringing it to t...
09/28/2008
Sunday, September 28, 2008 The Mortgage Crisis: Beginning Of The End And A Look At The Beginning Looks Like We Are Rounding ThirdTrue to the form in the world of politics (waiting until the final hour), it appears that a consensus between the Democrats and Republicans has been reached, and that a...
09/28/2008
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The Hallmark Abstract Sentinel is written for the purpose of keeping our clients and subscribers current on any issues that may have the potential to impact the real estate, mortgage or title insurance markets. Examples of these issues include the current foreclosure crisis and the potential that foreclosures already completed could be overturned due to a variety of legal issues.