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Sue your mortgage lender, file consumer complaint: New York, New Jersey, Georgia.

Call Toll Free at 888-758-2352 or Direct at 310-295-9774 to speak with an experienced CFLA representative today.

"Should I sue my mortgage lender? I am attempting to work something out in order to keep my house."

As people in the industry of assisting homeowners, we frequently hear this response to the idea of litigation against a loan provider. We explain to homeowners that banks don't think they way they do. Banks decide with one element in mind--money. But if your loan provider is facing the price and potential losses of a legitimate suit, they might be open to achieving a significant settlement.

Here's a hypothetical situation of the troubled mortgage and also the legal remedies open to homeowners today: You financed or refinanced your house throughout the mid 2000s. Your home loan was sold and securitized by a Mortgage Backed Security (MBS). Let's also suppose that there have been origination difficulties with the borrowed funds, or it had terms that could be looked as predatory. Now, let's say you attempted to acquire a mortgage loan modification from your loan provider, regardless of whether you were late or otherwise. Let's suppose that your loan provider or servicer gave you the runaround, denied you, or placed you right into a trial modification. Let's also suppose that your loan provider was continuing to move forward, using the property foreclosure process while the application for mortgage relief was being reviewed.

In case your story fits any aspect of this profile, you almost certainly have reasons to file consumer complaint. Recent legislation in states such as New York, New Jersey and Georgia, have provided homeowners new legal rights. Experienced foreclosure defense attorneys are now assisting homeowners using these new laws and regulations.

Call us Toll Free at 888-758-2352 or Direct at 310-295-9774 or click here to learn more about the litigation that you need to sue your lender.

CFLA offers a FREE Mortgage Fraud Analysis and maintains an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.


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