Category Archive: Loan Modification Mayhem

May 12

Underwater Kingdom

Zillow’s report on house prices for the first quarter of 2011 were released today, and the report shows a real-estate market that is perhaps in its worse state of crisis yet. Several reviews of this report still have the nerve to use terms such as “recovery” and claim that prices will hit the bottom soon. …

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May 03

What Can Amerihope Alliance Legal Services Do for You That You Can’t Do Yourself?

Below is a true case of how we negotiated a loan modification for a client. In March 2011, our firm was negotiating a conciliationi with Chase (Home Finance LLC) whom was servicing a loan for their parent company JP Morgan Chase Bank. In this particular negotiation our client was approved for a HAMP modification. The …

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Apr 21

How Much Should You Pay a Foreclosure Defense Attorney?

Professional foreclosure defense is a necessity in order for homeowners to protect their rights and provide a viable opportunity for them to keep their homes. A client hires a foreclosure defense lawyer to protect his/her rights and interests in his/her home. A home is likely his/her most important material possession which impacts their most important …

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Apr 13

Celebrating Our 3,000th Loan Modification

If only so many loan modifications weren’t necessary! In a mortgage crisis with deceptive lenders, out-of-control securitization, and apathetic regulators, we’ve experienced what a tough, confusing place this is for most homeowners. This breach of trust is a tremendous problem for borrowers looking to save their homes, which is an issue our attorney, Greg Nordt, …

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Apr 11

Florida Foreclosure Gloom Continues in 2011

“Existing home sales plunged nearly 10 percent in February to their lowest level in nine years…And new home sales are on track to come in at just 250,000 this year, the fewest since the Kennedy administration, when there were 120 million fewer people in the United States.” Journalists are reporting in on February’s foreclosure statistics, …

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