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Who Legally Owns Your Note?

We’ve had several blog pieces in recent months about how the banks’ unclear—and in many cases fabricated—ownership documents are giving rise to lawsuits and adversely affecting an already weak housing market.

This “60 Minutes” story reports on how this widespread fraud is exacerbating the foreclosure crisis, undermining the economic recovery, and leaving the authentic ownership of millions of homes around the country in a state of uncertainty.

Click to watch the segment.

Please be advised that this article does not constitute legal advice nor does it provide any basis to form an attorney-client relationship. Nothing in this article should be copied without the express permission of the author.

Mr. Hounchell has a law degree from The University of Florida College of Law and he is a partner in The Law Offices of Charles A. Hounchell, P.A. � Attorneys & Counselors at Law, in Tampa, Florida. Mr. Hounchell obtained his undergraduate degree from The George Washington University in Washington D.C. and he obtained his MBA in International Management from the American Graduate School of International Management (“Thunderbird”) in Glendale, Arizona..

Mr. Hounchell is a licensed real estate agent with Smith and Associates, Inc. www.smithandassociates.com; www.livecasanova.com. He has lived in many different countries, including Spain, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico and Germany and he speaks Spanish and Portuguese. A significant portion of Mr. Hounchell’s law practice is concentrated on Real Estate Law. He can be reached at 813-230-3376 or charlie@floridapropertylaw.com