Tag Archive: Loan Modification

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 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 01

7 Simple Things You Can Do to Ensure Yourself a Better Loan Modification

We have compiled this list of easy things you can do while trying to obtain a loan modification. It’s a very detailed and thorough process, but if you begin by choosing a successful law firm and following these steps, you’ll be on the right track for great results that you can afford. 1. Decide what …

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Feb 28

Bankruptcy is Not The Only Option!

When it comes to seeking credit card and debt relief, many Americans feel the only viable option they have is credit counseling or filing bankruptcy. However, a debt settlement program satisfies your creditors for less than what they claim you owe and saves you as much money as possible during the process. The banks would …

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Feb 21

Bailout Chief Says HAMP Does More Harm Than Good, Then Walks Away

“You have people come out of this with tons of late fees that they otherwise may not have been looking at, their credit ratings have been destroyed, their savings depleted…They’re in a far worse place than they would have been had this program not existed.” Neil Barofsky, Special Inspector General for TARP Showing more fortitude …

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