Category: Mortgage Litigation

What Is The Process Of Buying A Home From A Land Bank?

It is likely that you will find excellent deals in property purchases if you live in a county or a city that has higher rates of home abandonment. In cities where home abandonments and foreclosures have become an important issue for the government to deal with, the government usually acquires such properties and resells them […]

Applying for a Mortgage after a Foreclosure

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Facing a foreclosure can have a negative impact on your credit. For many, a foreclosure may affect their credit and financing options. It can prove challenging to obtain a loan. During the first two years after a foreclosure, it may be difficult to get a car loan or credit card that does not have an […]

Understanding Mortgage Disputes and Deed of Trust Litigation

All homeowners need to know the difference between a mortgage and a deed of trust. They are related, but their differences will become apparent if you are ever involved in a mortgage dispute. A mortgage is essentially the promise from the homeowner to pay money used to buy a home to the lender or mortgage […]

The Difficulties of Mortgage Litigation

There are few experiences as stressful and life altering as having your home taken away. If you are one of the many Orange County families who are at risk of losing their home, it is important that you learn about your legal options. It is possible that you simply fell behind on payments and that […]

Mortgage Servicers Accused of Shell Games and Homeowner Abuse

Mortgage servicers exist to help borrowers who are in default or are facing default. However, according to an official with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, many mortgage servicers are playing a “shell game” with homeowners and are failing to meet the standards set forth by the federal government. Ideally, mortgage service companies are more effective […]

Bank of America Makes Major Loan Modification Changes; The “Nationstar Experience”

After recent allegations by former employees and whistleblowers regarding serious loan modification abuses by Bank of America, it appears substantial changes have been made.  Most notably, a huge portion of Bank of America’s loan portfolio has been transferred to Nationstar.  Bank of America and Nationstar were most likely working on the deal to transfer loans […]