Month: January 2019

Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection Releases Mortgage Complaints

The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection released a snapshot of mortgage complaints on their website filed by consumers. This report allows everyone to see the trends in mortgage complaints being filed and the progress. These complaints received allows the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection to regulate consumer financial products or services under...

Deed in Lieu Of Foreclosure, What You Need To Better Understand

The following information is not legal advice and should not be used as legal advice, please consult an attorney for legal advice.  A Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure has advantages and disadvantages. Generally, lenders don’t often offer a Deed in Lieu of foreclosure to homeowners. Some homeowners or real...

Bankruptcy TILA Fraud Violations, RESPA Foreclosure Help

(The following is not legal advice or meant to be utilized as legal advice)  Bankruptcy is often used by many homeowners to stop their mortgage foreclosure in the United States. Most often bankruptcy doesn’t exactly stop the foreclosure from happening forever, it’s simply a delay tactic. Where many homeowners...

Georgia Mortgage Foreclosure Help Loan Modification Denied

If you live in Georgia and have a mortgage foreclosure, the best place to understand where to get legal help for a loan modification (especially if denied) is the Office of Attorney General Chris Carr! Find out what programs or assistance your state offers. In the state of Georgia, there...

RESPA As New York Foreclosure Defense

(The following is not legal advice or intended to be used as legal advice.)  RESPA can be a powerful New York Foreclosure defense. The problem is “how to avoid being labeled a deadbeat” among New York residents who just seriously don’t want to pay their mortgage notes. It seems...