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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UPDATE: Mortgage Relief – Hope Loan Port Hands Jail Keys to Inmates

Mortgage Relief – Hope Loan Port Hands Jail Keys to Inmates – UPDATE McGrath & Spielberger works with borrowers to save their homes. UPDATE: I thought I would share an update that further exemplifies the significance of the problems that the situation described below creates. In one of our currently pending cases with Bank of
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BOA Mortgage Relief: Inaccurate Dating of Legal Documents

Bank of America Mortgage Relief: Inaccurate Dating of Legal Documents Bank of America’s practice in mortgage loan relief / loss mitigation matters is to send documents out with inaccurate dates, often leading to unfair “deadlines”. As an attorney who represents many homeowners and other mortgage loan borrowers in mortgage relief, mortgage dispute, and foreclosure cases,
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Mortgage Relief – Hope Loan Port Hands Jail Keys to Inmates

Mortgage Relief – Hope Loan Port Hands Jail Keys to Inmates  McGrath & Spielberger works with borrowers to save their homes. Certain mortgage loan servicers, like Bank of America, force us to use a “neutral” online platform to submit mortgage loan relief and loss mitigation applications. This platform is known as Hope LoanPort (although it
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Does Your Mortgage Loan Servicer Participate in Loss Mitigation?

 Does your mortgage loan servicer participate in the Home Affordable Modification Program? Here is a list of the mortgage loan servicers (not mortgage lenders) who participate in the Federal Government’s Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP), according to the Federal Governement itself (as of April 30, 2013). Please note this list does not include lenders and/or
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Mortgage Settlement: BOA Loses First Settlement Check, Maybe Second as Well

Mortgage Settlement: BOA Loses First Settlement Check, Maybe Second as Well Every time I think I’ve seen it all on behalf of my mortgage relief, mortgage dispute, and foreclosure clients, a lender pulls another rabbit out of its magic tragic hat. If these mistakes didn’t have such serious consequences for homeowners (and, indirectly, taxpayers /
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HAMP: Fewer Borrowers Offered Loan Modification Relief in 2013 (monthly average)

HAMP: Fewer Borrowers Offered Loan Modification Relief in 2013, Compared to Average Month in 2012 The Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) is part of the Federal Government’s Making Home Affordable (MHA) program. (No, I don’t know why HAMP includes “Program” as part of it’s title and the “Making Home Affordable” program does not.)  The way
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SunTrust, its Attorney, Trustee Continue Illegal Foreclosure

SunTrust, its Attorneys, Trustee Continue Illegal Foreclosure in North Carolina McGrath & Spielberger works with borrowers to save their homes. As an attorney who represents mortgage loan borrowers and homeowners, I have encountered all sorts of bizarre and even illegal actions by banks, mortgage loan holders, mortgage loan servicers, and their representatives and agents. In this
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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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Foreclosure Hearing – BOA Case, Columbus County, Feb. 5 2013 The following is a summary of a foreclosure hearing that McGrath & Spielberger assisted a borrower with, and is provided for informational purposes only. Foreclosure Hearing Outcome: Client’s Motion to Continue Foreclosure Hearing granted; foreclosure sale date canceled. Borrower’s Attorney: Jason A. McGrath of McGrath and Spielberger. Actions
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