Can you answer “yes” to any of the following? If so, then we may be able to help you!
Over the years, homeowner litigation against lenders has become an effective and affordable option to exercise borrowers’ rights. Since the National Mortgage Settlement in March 2012, homeowner litigation against their lender has become the most effective tool in securing a settlement that benefits the borrower. Homeowners can turn the tables with an aggressive strategy attacking lenders for their errors and intentional wrong doings.
Whether you are facing Imminent Default, are late on your mortgage payment, have received a Notice of Default (NOD), have received a foreclosure notice, been denied HARP or HAMP, have a filed foreclosure, have a trustee notice, have a foreclosure hearing, have a foreclosure judgment, have a scheduled sheriff sale date or trustee sale date or your home has been sold but you still live there…Suing Your Lender maybe the Best Option for You!
Every case is unique and is treated on an individual basis by experienced attorneys.
Negotiating a loan modification with a borrower while pursuing foreclosure.
Denied for HARP refinance or HAMP mortgage assistance?
Forcing borrowers to communicate with multiple lender contacts. Instructed to not pay your mortgage payment. Lenders claiming not to receive documents.
Using fraudulent signatures on foreclosure documents to facilitate the foreclosure process.
The following list of qualifications is a general guideline and is by no means all inclusive. The best way to determine the viability of pursuing litigation against your lender is to speak to an experienced mortgage litigation attorney. There is no obligation, so call us at (888) 501-5597 today!
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You can be employed, unemployed, or retired. The unemployed or retired should have ample cash reserves and/or other sources of income.
Any of the following statuses are eligible: Current, Delinquent, Mitigation in Process, Mitigation Denied, Mitigation “Pending” more than 120 days, In an Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM), In a Negative-Amortization Loan, In an Interest Only loan, In a “Balloon” Mortgage.
You can be anywhere from current on your mortgage, to living in your already foreclosed and sold home, but not yet evicted. IN ALL CASES, YOU MUST OCCUPY OR LEGALLY CONTROL THE PROPERTY.
RESPA, TILA, HBOR, “MHA declined”, “MERS”.