Posts Tagged ‘mortgages’

KAZ Your Mechanic’s Lien’s Not Valid – That’s Why!

There’s distractions impairing my posting tendencies of late. I’m going to get caught up here this week, perhaps. Here’s a case of mild interest decided by the Arizona Court of Appeals in Tucson a month ago, called KAZ CONSTRUCTION V. NEWPORT EQUITY PARTNERS. The Superior Court had ruled a deed of trust was invalid and therefore that Kaz’s […]

Underwater Mortgages and Drowning in Quick Fixes

Even folks who hate Thomas Sowell’s economic and political positions have to concede that he’s right a lot of the time. He is a proponent of looking past Stage One thinking, which he defines in his book Applied Economics as – in effect – the absence of an analytical approach to problem solving: “Doing something […]