The Housing market crash redefined the modern real estate marketplace, leaving in its wake incredible financial losses. Investors led by BlackRock Inc. and Pacific Investment Management Co. are seeking to sue several units of various bank corporations for their roles as trustees overseeing investors bonds. These trust banks oversaw the payments and regulations of over 2 trillion dollars in residential mortgage securities. The group is seeking damages of over 250 billion dollars associated with claims that the banks breached their duty to bond holders when they failed to force bond holders and lenders to repurchase loans that fell short of the quality standards in place when the securities were sold. This trend reflects an important message on a very large scale; it is vital for individuals to stay up to date and informed during all phases of their estate management process, and to be wary of assuming that your trustee is incapable of making a mistake.