Senator Phil Gramm, Chairman of the Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, will next week in the well of the U.S. Senate attack and attempt to destroy NACA, so it can no longer provide the opportunity for middle income people to become first time homebuyers.
Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America (NACA) continued its national radio campaign with 60 second ads airing in the Charlotte, NC metropolitan area. The successful campaign in generated over 4,000 calls to the national housing group's toll free number from low-moderate income home buyers and borrowers facing high-rate predatory loans.
Andrew Cuomo, Secretary of HUD, has sided with the mortgage brokers against the interests of consumers.
Members of a class action lawsuit against Ford Consumer Finance organized to oppose a settlement agreement that leaves them with a coupon worth $50 while their attorneys receive $1 million.
Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America (NACA) initiated a day of confrontations against Ford for its predatory lending practices.
Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America (NACA) launched massive grassroots attack against a proposed settlement of Ford Motor Company’s predatory lending practices.
Angry Ford victims attended Ford’s annual stockholders meeting to confront Alex Trotman CEO of Ford Motor Company about their predatory lending practices.
Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America (NACA), targeted Ford Motor Company’s Predatory lending practices.
Senate’s Select Committee on Aging hearings on predatory lending will begin the Congressional focus on predatory lending and bring to the light of day the devastating impact of predatory (subprime) lending.
First Iconium Baptist Church in Atlantacelebrated its unprecedented housing program with the largest home ownership rally in U.S. history.