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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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Unemployed are new faces of mortgage defaults

Unemployed new faces of mortgage defaults as depicted by one Ohio homeowner Sharon Majors never cared to learn the stories behind the foreclosed homes she passed on her way home from work until she became one of them. The 52-year-old Hamilton resident said she’d seen the headlines screaming “Foreclosure Crisis” and read about the...
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Loan modification borrowers frustrated with loan servicers who repeatedly request paperwork

Loan modification borrowers frustrated with loan servicers who repeatedly request paperwork As the country teeters on the razor edge of some semblance of recovery, Market Watch reports that “roughly 8 million to 13 million foreclosures are expected over the next five years, according to the Congressional Oversight Panel for the $700 billion bank-bailout program.”...
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HAMP program is dragging out the foreclosure process according to expert

HAMP program is dragging out the foreclosure process according to Louis Amaya, chief operating officer of National Asset Direct Inc., a New York-based asset manager In late 2008, banks dumped many of their foreclosed homes on the market, pushing prices down sharply in some areas. Around that time, though, banks began acquiring fewer homes...
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Q: Should I negotiate a loan modification using a mortgage audit?

Answer: Negotiating a loan modification using a mortgage audit, aka, forensic audit, has it's challenges. However, there may be a better way triggered by the robo-signing scandal.
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