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It operated under various trade names, including Engle Homes, Newmark Homes, Trophy Homes and others and had 1700 employees until the chapter 11 filing of TOUSA, Inc. Various approaches were explored and attempted by the Debtors to maximizing the results of the restructuring effort.
However, ultimately, the determination was made to engage in an orderly liquidation of the homebuilding and related assets.
They have no loan papers sufficient to foreclose on any home that had been held by Conti and they have admitted to just being a "debt collector" here in Texas to the BBB.
If they are just a debt collector, then they have no standing under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act to foreclose on a home as a 3rd party unsecured debt collector can't foreclose. Check under CFN Liquidating Trust and go to their web site Also go to our web site on facebook for more info on other scammy companies as well -Homeowners Against Mortgage Servicing Fraud.
Each of these regulatory organizations has certain rules and regulations regarding the safeguarding of customer assets, including, but not limited to, keeping accurate books and records, net capital requirements, and the Customer Protection Rule.
The Customer Protection Rule (Rule 15c3-3 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934) generally requires a broker/dealer to (1) take physical possession or control of all fully paid securities and excess margin securities on its books and records; and (2) maintain with a bank a special reserve account for the exclusive benefit of its customers containing the net funds it owes its customers.
In 2008, Contiliquidators paid off all SPV loan pools for about 14 cents on the dollar and that satisfied all outstanding debt of the company and all investor monies due them against any monies owed for the mortgages that were held in the investment pools.
SPS then bought the unsecured servicing rights to all the remaining mortgages that had just been paid off by Conti and have been illegally collecting mortgage payments on all these paid off and unsecured loans since 2008.
Finally, substantial numbers and amounts of claims against the Debtors remained to be adjudicated.