The Attorney Network's – Mortgage Litigation Program
Loan Modifications Do Not Work Anymore!
As homeowner frustration mounts during these challenging times, and as they make every effort to navigate, according to the bank’s rules and procedures, in an effort to achieve a restructuring of their obligation, without resorting to litigation, there is a sea change in strategy to breach the maze.
Frustration has grown over the past many months as banks continue to claim that they have lost documents (despite the fact that we have undisputed proof of their receipt), are understaffed to address our requests, cannot gain approval from so-called “unknown” investors, need to obtain substantial “catch up” payments before they will engage in discussions, require participation in a “trial” program designed to drain the last few dollars from a homeowner before the bank decides to foreclose (simply to get more money during a time when the bank – for FDIC reporting or other reasons – strategically delays the inevitable foreclose and wants to get some cash flow at the borrower’s expense during the delay), and the now-familiar lies that sales dates have been postponed, only to have the banks strategically foreclose without giving notice to borrowers, or to anyone.
In short, the banks have lied, and they have manipulated the process. This has happened over and over, and this continues to occur on a daily basis.
If this recitation of the facts as observed on a daily basis sounds harsh, actually, it is lenient. We now know that the banks have lied, forged documents, robo-signed, intentionally shredded and discarded borrower documents, engaged in campaigns to lobby for protective legislation, spent millions of dollars in “smear campaigns” to make lawyers look ineffective and dishonest, taken Billions (Billions with a B) of dollars in TARP money, and they still refuse to restructure loans.
In short, the banks have been exposed as liars and cheats, and it is now clear that they will not restructure loans or agree to any loss mitigation solutions without the threat or the engagement of actual litigation.
Enough is enough.
“Business as usual” is no longer an option. We now know that the banks will never do the right thing with respect to a homeowner’s situation as long as we employ the same methods of asking and re-asking for relief.
Our New Approach:
We are ready to take action against their lenders and bring the fight to the lender.
While we will not make any guarantees, and we recognize that litigation is unpredictable. However, we know that the current process of “ “negotiating” is not working. We have a new and better approach, and the only downside for the homeowner is that they will transition away from the current platform of begging the banks to do something that they have already decided they will not do and the homeowner will become a joined plaintiff in a national lawsuit that will seek, among other things, to void their note(s), and to award relief and monetary damages.
Mortgage Litigation Against Your Lender
With mortgage litigation, the homeowner will have attorneys on their side fighting for their rights in the US court system. Banks will no longer have the power to make the decision as to what the homeowner will get.
The Attorneys are using the leverage of the lawsuit to get results. They will attempt to settle the suit for a principal reduction and rate reduction. If the bank will not settle, they will present this in front of a jury and attempt to get the mortgage free and clear. Remember, banks are villianizedin today’s society. If this goes to a jury trial, banks will be held accountable for the bad mortgages that were written and the un responsiveness they had in providing financial relief to homeowners.
Beneficial Program for Clients
- Fee is a fraction of the cost of Traditional Litigation
- Real results compared to modifications
- Actual Lawsuits filed against Lenders
- Consultation with Law Firm
- Top of Line 24/7 Customer Service
Types of Clients Who can Benifit
- Who have been turned down from a Loan Modification
- Have Multiple Properties
- Have too much Debt
- Don’t have a Hardship
- Have received previous Modifications
- Are current on their Mortgage
- Facing Foreclosure
- Are in Bankruptcy
Don't wait any longer you have no other options!
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