Some may know more than I on this topic - so please reply with a message to either straighten me out on a detail or flesh out better what you know on this. But the bankruptcy trustee decided around May 1 to take the Woodbridge bankruptcy trust 'public'. Meaning go through a process of creating … Continue reading Liquidity soon!
Like my last update this isn't anything concrete, but the image above is from today's Wall Street Journal showing that the bond market at least is pretty sure the Fed will lower interest rates one notch this summer (green graph). Trends like this are positive to real estate sellers as it lubricates the financing needed … Continue reading Good for Real Estate
lower rates to borrow for real estate favor the Liquidation of the trust properties
https://dockets.justia.com/docket/california/cacdce/2:2019cv03439/744620 https://www.pacermonitor.com/public/case/27979731/Goldberg_v_Comerica_Bank All, I write with some good news. In late April, the trustee for the Liquidation Trust sued Comerica Bank. This case will probably supersede the various class actions that were earlier filed by different class groups. Of course this is early, but this will only offset all WB plaintiff damages further. We‘ll … Continue reading Comerica Suit filed
I am doing research on the anticipated date of the next cash distribution from the Woodbridge rehabilitation trust, and the realistic answer is probably August. I would like to be able to say distributions would be made regularly every quarter, but getting the real estate sold is the issue at hand. The story, as of now, … Continue reading Next Distribution …
The Woodbridge Group of Companies investment scam has impacted thousands of people across the United States over the past several years. Woodbridge, a commercial real estate development firm, bilked investors out of nearly $2 billion in an elaborate Ponzi scheme. Company owner Robert H. Shapiro was arrested on April 11th and charged by the U.S. … Continue reading New Criminal Filings in the Woodbridge Fiasco
The Woodbridge ponzi is starting (at least) to unwind. The SEC is more or less out at this point as well as the Chapter 11 bankruptcy court; the real estate crew is now driving this rehabilitation trust effort. As I understand it, the listings in Colorado are selling like hot cakes and closing fast. The … Continue reading Progress