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Loan Defaults

When is a Foreclosure Wrongful

When you are Fighting a Foreclosure, it can be incredibly frustrating when complete strangers show up at your door and demand to see your home because they want to buy it.  It is so important to remain calm even at a time like this.  Every state, whether judicial or non-judicial has required foreclosure procedures that…

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New Private Education Loan Ombudsman

Student loan debt can be crippling.  Student loan debt collectors don’t always follow the rules.  If you have a private student loan, and feel the lender is not handling your communications or issues correctly, you can go to the Ombudsman for help.  Friday, August 16, The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced the appointment of Robert…

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Types of Foreclosures in NYC

Attorney Michael Karlson explains the different types of foreclosures, several of which are unique to New York City.   You can read all about the special types of foreclosure at  #foreclosure #stopforeclosure #mortgagehelp

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Tax Liens are No Longer on Your Credit Report!

Tax Liens are no longer reported on Credit Reports on any of the Three Bureaus, Equifax, Experian or Transunion.  In 2017, nineteen complainants filed against Equifax due to the harm suffered as a result of inaccurate tax lien information reported on their credit.  In 2017 half of tax liens were removed, in 2018 all tax…

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Foreclosure Down…and Up for 2018

Year-end mortgage foreclosure data released by Attom data Solutions showed U.S. Foreclosure activity dropped to a thirteen (13) year low in 2018.  In spite of this good news, there were areas that suffered higher foreclosure rates in the same period.  Among those with rising foreclosure rates, Texas, Michigan and Florida were among the highest in…

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