Mortgage Related Blogs

This section of our blog website features articles that have to do exclusively with the mortgage sector. Some sub topics may include but are not limited to ; Purchase, Origination, Refinance, Mortgage Insurance, Mortgage Foreclosure, and reverse Mortgage. If you need help with and mortgage related issues, please search or business directory in your area for experienced professionals by clicking the red button below!

Ocwen Foreclosures Froze

Ocwen Foreclosures frozen due to National Mortgage Settlement failure to…

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Justice Department Mortgage Fraud Case

US JUSTICE DEPARTMENT MORTGAGE FRAUD CASE AGAINST FORMER COUNTRYWIDE CEO,…

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Spring Cleaning: Remember These Steps When Buying and Selling

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CitiBank Providing $16 Million in Relief

CitiBank Providing $16 million in consumer Relief Due to a…

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Force-placed Insurance and What it Means to You

Run On Force-placed Insurance Settlements? If you have ever had…

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Cost Of Doing Business

Cost of doing business? JP Morgan Chase Fined Again JP…

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Consumer Mortgage Advocacy

Mortgage Assist Now connects borrowers like you with resources and information needed to reach professional help based on your unique circumstances and to make informed decisions protecting your interests. Our experience and knowledgeable staff has over a decade of industry experience working with attorneys, courts and financial institutions and can explain how the system really works in everyday common language. Learn More

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Three Mortgage Foreclosure Assistance Tips

Lenders and Servicers are required to send most communications in writing by mail. Never discard or destroy any communication you receive no matter how insignificant you may think it is. When sending correspondence of any type, a letter, a request or payment, always use traceable mail that requires a signature upon receipt for proof of delivery.

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Consumer Debt in America

Over the last seven years consumer debt in america grew throughout the financial crisis, consumers coast to coast have fallen victim to the abuses the financial institutions have flagrantly committed and need debt management assistance. Adding insult to injury the response from lawmakers and courts have largely benefited those same big banks and lenders at the expense of consumers, levying billion dollar fines against big banks that go into the government’s coffers instead of the hands of the consumers who have real debt and suffered the abuse. Read More .

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