5 Considerations as to Your Business’ Negative Internet Review

5 Considerations as to Your Business’ Negative Internet Review – Part I As attorneys with a law firm which has a significant online presence, and as lawyers who represent small and medium businesses, we are very much aware of the power of the online review and/or rating given by consumers. In fact, in this day
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BOA Mortgage Modification – a New Way to Scam Distressed Homeowners

BOA Mortgage Modification: a New Way to Scam Distressed Homeowners As an attorney who represents many homeowners and other mortgage loan borrowers in mortgage relief, mortgage dispute, and foreclosure cases, especially in North Carolina (but also in Florida and Tennessee), I am (unfortunately) accustomed to the silly, illogical, and even illegal actions by mortgage loan
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Higher Foreclosure Rates in Charlotte Versus North Carolina Overall

Higher Foreclosure Rates in Charlotte Versus North Carolina Overall As a Charlotte-based attorney who represents mortgage loan borrowers and homeowners in mortgage relief and foreclosure matters throughout North Carolina, I pay very close attention to foreclosure rates in the Queen City and in NC overall.   Unfortunately, Mecklenburg County had by far the most foreclosures in
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Wells Fargo Creates Fake Foreclosure Sale Date for NC Property

Wells Fargo Creates Fake Foreclosure Sale Date for NC Property As an attorney who represents many homeowners and other mortgage loan borrowers in mortgage relief, mortgage dispute, and foreclosure cases, I deal with some fairly unusual situations. This current case with Wells Fargo, in which I had a foreclosure hearing this week, well let’s just say that if
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BOA Mortgage Modification Processing – Errors Involving BOA’s Hope Loan Port System?

BOA Mortgage Modification Processing –  Errors Involving BOA’s Hope Loan Port System? McGrath & Spielberger works with borrowers to save their homes. I’ve been dealing with Bank of America for years in mortgage loan relief and loss mitigation cases, some in foreclosure already by the time the case gets to me, some not. I have
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National Mortgage Settlement & CFPB Monitoring of Loan Transfers

National Mortgage Settlement and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Monitoring of Loan Transfers Are National Mortgage Settlement defendants transferring mortgage loans to other servicers in an attempt to avoid their obligations under the NMS? As an attorney who represents mortgage loan borrowers and homeowners, I am sensitive to the needs, complaints, and fears of my
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Why the Independent Foreclosure Review (RIP) Became a Sham

The Independent Foreclosure Review (RIP) Became a Sham  In a fairly shocking development, the Independent Foreclosure Review has now been abandoned and is being “replaced” by other measures related to another mortgage and foreclosure abuse settlement. In addition to obvious flaws in the process, consultants involved in the Independent Foreclosure Review may have made as
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FHA Loan Mortgage Relief – Many More Borrowers Now Eligible

Changes in FHA Mortgage Relief / Loss Mitigation Policies Should Allow Many More Borrowers to Save Their Homes My law firm represents borrowers who are in need of assistance with their mortgage loans, and we do so in multiple states (FL, GA, NC, OH, SC, TN). Some of those homeowners have Federal Housing Administration (FHA)
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About HUD – US Department of Housing and Urban Development

About HUD – United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (This information taken from the HUD website.) The US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) truly came into existence as an independent federal agency in 1965; click here for additional historical details. HUD’s mission is to create strong, sustainable, inclusive communities and quality
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HSBC Did Bad Things (Mexican Drug $, Illegally Helped Iran)

HSBC Did Bad Things (Mexican Drug $, Illegally Helped Iran) HSBC (originally known as the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation) has been accused by the USA, and has partially admitted to,  laundering Mexican cartel drug money, engaging in secret and illegal transactions with Iran, and otherwise violating American and international banking rules and laws. According to a
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