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S.2452 Home Ownership Preservation and Protection Act of 2007, 110th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Dec 12, 2007 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs.

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    • Appraisers and the Coming Financial Storm | Las Vegas Real Estate ... - December 18, 2008 by Las Vegas Real Estate Attorneys - Now a Senate Bill (S. 2452) has been introduced that would require appraisers to post a 1% bond based on the aggregate value of their appraisals. For most appraisers this would mean that their entire life’s savings would have to be ...

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      As noted by Las Vegas Real Estate Attorneys on December 18, 2008, "Now a Senate Bill (S. 2452) has been introduced that would require appraisers to post a 1% bond based on the aggregate value of their appraisals. For most appraisers this would mean that their entire life’s savings would have to be ..." (http://individualhealthinsurancerhodeisland.com/las-vegas-real-estate-attorneys/22.html)
    • Abusive Lending In The Subprime Market - Issue Summary | RIRealty.com - December 11, 2008 by RIRealty.com - On December 12, 2007, Senate Banking Committee Chairman Chris Dodd (D-CT) introduced S. 2452, the “Homeownership Preservation and Protection Act of 2007,” which focuses on tighter lending standards, tougher consumer remedies and ...

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      As noted by RIRealty.com on December 11, 2008, "On December 12, 2007, Senate Banking Committee Chairman Chris Dodd (D-CT) introduced S. 2452, the “Homeownership Preservation and Protection Act of 2007,” which focuses on tighter lending standards, tougher consumer remedies and ..." (http://rirealty.com/2008/12/12/abusive-lending-in-the-subprime-market-issue-summary/)
    • The Christian Post Intelligencer: The Creation of Department of ... - December 08, 2008 by The Christian Post Intelligencer - A year later, on May 2, 2002, after refining and widening the scope of his original resolution, Representative Thornberry joined with Senator Lieberman to introduce H.R. 4660 and S. 2452 that will establish the Department of National ...

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      As noted by The Christian Post Intelligencer on December 08, 2008, "A year later, on May 2, 2002, after refining and widening the scope of his original resolution, Representative Thornberry joined with Senator Lieberman to introduce H.R. 4660 and S. 2452 that will establish the Department of National ..." (http://thechristianpostintelligencer.blogspot.com/2008/11/public-policy-process-creation-of.html)

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