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Nevada AG charges Bank of America with luring families into loan mod program under false pretenses

A closer look at the the complaint against Bank of America The complaint filed by Nevada’s attorney general against Bank of America charges the bank with luring families into its loan-modification program — supposedly to help them keep their homes — under false pretenses; with giving false information about the program’s requirements (for example,...
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Loan modifications should be negoitated by mortgage counselors with authority from Treasury Dept

The mortgage mess is making nonsense of claims that the United States of America have effective contract enforcement. In fact, the question is whether our economy is governed by any kind of rule of law. This despite the fact that in 2000, Lawrence Summers, then the Treasury secretary, declared that the keys to avoiding...
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Homeowners left stranded by government’s HAMP

A year and a half after the Obama administration unveiled a sweeping rescue plan for homeowners, surprisingly few have been rescued. The $275 billion “Making Home Affordable” program had the potential to reach up to 9 million troubled homeowners, according to initial estimates. Instead, paperwork delays, confusion over eligibility requirements and hesitance of banks...
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How do I use a Qualified Written Request with my loan modification application?

How do I use a Qualified Written Request with my loan modification application?

Answer: A Qualified Written Request is a very important communication tool you must use with your loan servicer. Under the “Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act,” Section 6, it specifies safeguards for consumers of loan services. Section 6 describes the QWR. It establishes a legally mandated communications protocol between us and our lenders. The loan...
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What should I do after sending my loan modification application to the loan servicer?

What should I do after sending my loan modification application to the loan servicer?

Answer: After you send your loan modification application package to your loan servicer you need to keep on top of the progress your application is making. You need to be a “squeaky wheel” to make sure you are not falling between the cracks with your file stacked in the corner somewhere with thousands of...
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Q: Should I hire a loan modification attorney to help me?

Question: Should I hire a loan modification attorney to help me? Answer: In my opinion, while hiring an attorney who specializes in loan modifications can help you organize the documents you need to submit to your lender, they cannot guarantee you will be approved for a trial loan modification and/or subsequent permanent loan modification....
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Testimony that HAMP’s failure is lack of clear goals

When TARP Inspector General Neil Barofsky criticized the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) as being ineffective, he blamed the Treasury Department for not setting clearer goals for that part of the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP). Only 390,000 homeowners “have seen their mortgage terms permanently modified since the $50 billion program was announced in...
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