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1200 to get me a motivation on my loan. RE: Looking for a VA Lender in Texas? Long time since I’ve chimed in here, but some of you might remember me. I think this would be a fine home for mortgage type discussions. 2006 to raise the alarm about the then-burgeoning implosion of the historically-epic housing and economic bubble. Started as a modest web page created by founder Aaron Krowne, this objective was achieved by, uniquely, tracking the in-progress implosion of independent mortgage lending companies — then being ignored by a mainstream media in denial of even the existence of the housing bubble. Operated as a broadly-open community forum, ML-Implode quickly took the lead in news about the mortgage implosion and subprime crisis, as industry professionals flocked to the site to share and find out the latest.
Despite its initial incarnation being rendered insolvent by these frivolous legal attacks, ML-Implode continues today in a stripped-down, lean-and-mean embodiment, remaining dedicated to tracking the fallout of the 2007-2008 credit crisis. We continue to doggedly watch all of these interconnected topic areas, daily picking the most important stories and commentaries, and bringing them together in a convenient and comprehensible form on this site. If you share our concerns, utilize one of the icons at the top of this page to “follow” us by twitter, RSS, email, and more. It is a community site that depends on community feedback. Imploded” lenders: The “imploded” status is somewhat subjective and does not necessarily mean operations are ceased permanently: it can mean bankruptcy filing, temporary but open-ended halting of major operations, or a “firesale” acquisition. Unfortunately, most of the industry now falls under this description, so we are forced to reserve this list for the more glaring cases or those which we happen to have more specific info about.
Note: Lending operations that were previously deemed “imploded” by us but which have returned in some form are shown in darker italics. They remain on the list for historical completeness. Note 2: This site changes rapidly. You should always check other sources regarding information found here, and check with the companies themselves if you plan on doing business with them. And as always, please let us know if you have corrections, clarifications, or additions. The content of this site is available under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.