Edit update. The link above goes to an article I wrote over a year ago and I can't believe how long winded and "can't we all just get along" I was. It embarrasses me to read it now. If you want a better update on the history of parallel foreclosure (is that an oxymoron?), click here.
Tuesday, January 5, 2010
Where Does the Term Parallel Foreclosure come from? From Chase Bank as quoted by Sarah Buduson of KPHO CBS 5.
Somebody who claims to be a loan agent accused me of making up the term "parallel foreclosure". I did not make the term up, and find it sad that so few people seem to even be aware of either the term parallel foreclosure, or the practice of parallel foreclosure.
As you can clearly see in the image provided above, KPHO CBS - Channel 5 anchor person and reporter Sarah Buduson identifies the term parallel foreclosure in this news story from around Nov. 12, 2009 and credits the term to a Chase Bank representative, Mary Jane Rogers.
Click here to see my original story about Parallel Foreclosure which also includes a link to the Sarah Buduson news video clip about parallel foreclosure.