‘Foreclosure Defense’ Category

Why You Need A Loan Modification Attorney

Being behind on your mortgage payment can be scary and nerve wracking.  To save your home and obtain a loan modification, should you hire an attorney? Here are the top 10 reasons why it is absolutely necessary to hire an attorney for a loan modification

Being behind on your mortgage payment can be scary and nerve wracking. To save your home and obtain a loan modification, should you hire an attorney? Here are the top 10 reasons why it is absolutely necessary to hire an attorney for a loan modification

Banks Are Not Modifying Mortgages Under HAMP

When the banks were bailed out by the federal government under the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), the banks were required to offer loan modifications under Homeowner Assistance Modification Program (HAMP).

When the banks were bailed out by the federal government under the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), the banks were required to offer loan modifications under Homeowner Assistance Modification Program (HAMP).

Loan Modification Abuse Still Continuing

The banks and its servicers are still up to their old tricks. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), which is the government agency overseeing the behavior of the banks, recently issued a report on its examination and observations in consumer reporting, debt collection, mortgage origination and servicing

The banks and its servicers are still up to their old tricks. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), which is the government agency overseeing the behavior of the banks, recently issued a report on its examination and observations in consumer reporting, debt collection, mortgage origination and servicing

Beware of Zombie Foreclosures

Some homeowners quickly pack up and move on once they receive a foreclosure notice because they assume the lender will take over the property. However, in some cases, the bank doesn’t finish the process.

Some homeowners quickly pack up and move on once they receive a foreclosure notice because they assume the lender will take over the property. However, in some cases, the bank doesn’t finish the process.

Tricks Banks Use To Get Homeowners Into Foreclosure

Often times lenders make more money from foreclosure than actual payment. As the current housing crisis has shown, banks give as few modifications as possible and comply minimally with statutes put in place to protect borrowers

Often times lenders make more money from foreclosure than actual payment. As the current housing crisis has shown, banks give as few modifications as possible and comply minimally with statutes put in place to protect borrowers

Ocwen on the Side of the Homeowner?

The fight between Ocwen and the investors is revealing the dirty secrets behind the loan modification process. 

The fight between Ocwen and the investors is revealing the dirty secrets behind the loan modification process. 

Statute of Limitations and Foreclosure Defense

We are now over six years into the housing crisis which caused many home owners to default on their mortgage.  A new phenomenon is starting to arise.

We are now over six years into the housing crisis which caused many home owners to default on their mortgage.  A new phenomenon is starting to arise.

Why We Fail (Rarely)

The law firm of D.G. Weber & Associates never takes a case unless we are sure that we can help the client. Even… 0

Looming Foreclosures

Normally I do not like to write about the future, because if I could predict the future, I would be rich. I usually… 0

Deed In Lieu of Foreclosure

The last recourse for a distressed homeowner may be a deed in lieu of foreclosure, also known as cash for keys. Suppose all… 0

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