Mortgage Meltdown: AFTER the SALE

SUING THE LENDER, MORTGAGE BROKER ET AL AFTER FORECLOSURE AND SALE

When it is all over and you have been evicted from your dream home, most people drop the matter and move on, being too distracted by their monetary problems to look back at the painful disaster.

What you should know, however, is that violations of Truth in Lending, fraud and other claims can be brought long AFTER the sale and judgment. 

The first step is to get a TILA audit and that is why we have a link to http://www.repairyourloan.com. So far in our search for competent people who are not out to steal even more of your money, they seem to be the ONLY people who truly understand the process, who have long track records of performing audits for all kinds of clients — government, financial institutions and individuals.

When you are done with your audit you go to a competent, experienced lawyer. If you can’t find one, we can help you.

3 Responses

  1. I would say to all property owners who are fighting these preditory lenders, “Don’t give up!” No matter how exhausted you feel keep fighting until you recieve your victory. I feel that it is such a shame that so many people are being cheated out of their homes. It is just not right.

  2. What is the best strategy when fighting an unlawful detainer after the property went for sale and you had entered into a loan modification with a 3rd party entity and the bank had agreed to postphone the sale for two months and two days prior to the sale the 3rd party modification company’s negotiator stated, “oh I am sorry I was not aware that your sales date was that soon” and it was her boss who negotiated the post phonement!

  3. RE: SUING THE LENDER, MORTGAGE BROKER ET AL AFTER FORECLOSURE AND SALE

    You said, ” When you are done with your audit you go to a competent, experienced lawyer. If you can’t find one, we can help you.”

    Well, I need one. I live Oakland, California. Can you help me?

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