Sunday, June 10, 2012

Appraiser Robert Anderson, Defendant In Civil Suit Over 1564 Hillside Ave. N. And A Second Property In Bloomington, Answers Lawsuit...

Contributed photo, interior of 1564 Hillside Ave. N., blog post by John Hoff

Robert Anderson, an appraiser from Burnsville, Minnesota, has filed a response in the lawsuit by Melony Michaels and John Foster over the mortgage fraud at 1564 Hillside Ave. N. and a second property at 8900 12th Avenue South, Bloomington.

Foster's identity was stolen to make the fraud happen, his lifetime of perfect credit destroyed so thugs could line their pockets.

According to the allegations contained in the lawsuit...

...Robert Anderson was a Minnesota licensed real estate appraiser who was both owner and seller of the property located at 8900 12th Ave. S.

Anderson allegedly completed an inflated appraisal on his own house (making himself owner, seller, and APPRAISER, certainly a man of many hats) and had Martindale Appraisals sign off on the appraisal. As a result of this action, the license of Martindale Appraisals was revoked.

Melony Michaels summarizes Anderson's recent filing this way:

Basic premise, that we didn't heed the court's warning and instead continue to pursue him frivolously so the court should punish us harsher and award them sanctions and all attorney fees. That our tiresome, frivolous behavior must be punished.

And IF he committed a crime it was against the mortgage company and not us...he owes us nothing and nothing that we claim as losses are related to his behavior.

Anderson, like former JACC Executive Director Jerry Moore, was dismissed from the lawsuit "without prejudice" but was pulled back into the lawsuit after Michaels and Foster got a much better lawyer who doesn't neglect clients, a long story for another day.

That has to sting, being out of the lawsuit--actually getting a monetary judgement against Foster and Michaels--and now being back in the lawsuit.

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