Two or three times every year, another mid-to-large size foreclosure mill bites the dust. It's happened again with the closing of the firm Butler & Hosch.
Here's the story from Housingwire.com: http://www.housingwire.com/articles/33919-after-nearly-35-years-in-business-mortgage-law-firm-butler-hosch-closes-down
Butler & Hosch has taken the same path to death as its predecessors - David J. Stern, Marshall C. Watson, Adorno & Yoss, etc., etc., etc. These foreclosure mills grow fast by doing sloppy work on the cheap, get too big for their britches, and eventually the banks pull their business and the company folds.
With over 700 employees and thousands of open foreclosures, the Butler & Hosch implosion will leave many ruined lives and more foreclosures in limbo. Look at this list of upcoming foreclosure sale which might (or might not) be cancelled because of the firm's death.
There's no doubt that this will affect any homeowner who is being sued by Butler & Hosch. Expect delays, continuances and cancellations.
If your foreclosure case is with Butler & Hosch, contact us today and see if we can help.