Arming Attorneys with the Ammo to Win

Forensic Mortgage Analysis Workshop

Hosted By Brad Keiser Of Foreclosure Defense Group

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Winning Strategies Require Attorneys Have:

  • Leverage of a credible threat
  • Issues of fact that shift or heighten the burden of proof to the foreclosing party
  • Evidence vs Allegations
  • Understanding of your Opponent – Right hand isn’t often talking to the Left hand
  • Guns with only one bullet (e.g. produce the note) are for Russian Roulette
  • You need a full magazine in case you misfire a couple rounds
  • KISS – Keep it Simple Stupid…so the Judge can Understand

Difference between a “Loan Audit” and Mortgage Analysis

Assessing Lender Compliance at Origination

It’s all about Disclosure Requirements

How to Analyze and Identify Material TILA RESPA HOEPA Violations Yourself

Rescission: What it is and what it isn’t

Right ways and Wrong ways to apply TILA and other Loan Compliance Findings

Evidence or Characteristics of “Predatory” Lending

Using the Qualified Written Request (QWR)

Requirement to Disclose the True Owner

What Forensic Mortgage Analysis uncovers that the “canned TILA audit” doesn’t

Securitization for Dummies

Public Domain Evidence – SEC filings and What They Can Reveal

Important Questions SEC Filings Don’t Reveal That Should be Answered

What a periodic distribution report to the Certificate holders can determine

Chain of Title – Perfected Interest or Clouded Toxic Title?

APPRAISAL REVIEW AND ASSESSMENT

4 Responses

  1. After foreclosure would the note have to be returned. eg; no note no foreclosure. It is after all a promissory note or IOU. They must give you the note back other wise there would be or could be another claim.

  2. R Williams

    Good thought. But Cusip number is not relevant if the loan never actually made it to the trust (it will still show in the Mortgage Schedule even if the loan was repurchased – or if it made it to the trust but has been subsequently removed. Only discovery in court will give you this information – but discovery is often not granted, or greatly curtailed.

  3. Why cant we find the CUSIP number of the promissory note security instrument and see who has it. Yes they all go to a pooling spv, however we at least will know where it is. Is getting the CUSIP of any advantage, if indeed we can get it and use it. If we know where it is then demand it back after all it is ours ,right.

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