Article Trunk



Posts Tagged ‘foreclosure lawsuit’

Ignore the Foreclosure Lawsuit, and Risk Eviction

12.03.2009 · Posted in Mortgage Articles

The bank will have no problem opening discussions with the borrowers, all the while proceeding with the legal action and having the house sold. If the negotiations fail, the homeowners can be swiftly evicted. ...

Bringing Up Wrongful Foreclosure Claims Against a Lender

11.04.2009 · Posted in Finance Articles

In some cases of foreclosure, there may be enough instances of misconduct by the lender to show that the entire process constitutes a wrongful foreclosure. Many states even have common law regarding this issue ...

Bringing Up Wrongful Foreclosure Claims Against a Lender

11.04.2009 · Posted in Finance Articles

In some cases of foreclosure, there may be enough instances of misconduct by the lender to show that the entire process constitutes a wrongful foreclosure. Many states even have common law regarding this issue ...

What Are All Those Fees? Foreclosure and Late Charges

09.11.2009 · Posted in Mortgage Articles

When homeowners begin to fall behind on their mortgage, almost immediately, the bank begins adding numerous fees to the balance. A default of a couple months can balloon into a total amount behind equaling nearly half a year's worth of principal and interest payments. ...

Defense to Foreclosure – What does UDAP Stand For?

08.31.2009 · Posted in Mortgage Articles

In many cases, homeowners may be able to raise defenses based on their state's Unfair and Deceptive Acts and Practices laws (UDAP laws). Each state differs a little in their definitions of what constitutes these types of actions. ...

Real Party in Interest in a Foreclosure Lawsuit

08.21.2009 · Posted in Mortgage Articles

When a mortgage company begins foreclosing on a property, most homeowners just assume that the bank really owns their loan and is able to prove it and take their home away. But this is not always the case. ...

How Government Encourages Fraud in the Foreclosure Process

06.11.2009 · Posted in Mortgage Articles

It would seem that the media and court judges were the last two groups to realize that lawyers pursuing foreclosure against homeowners on behalf of insolvent banks routinely lie in order to push lawsuits through the court system. ...

How Many Defects Did the Bank Put In Your Mortgage Note?

04.21.2009 · Posted in Mortgage Articles

With all of the different parties involved in a real estate transaction, it can be surprisingly easy for serious mistakes to be made in the mortgage or note documents. Banks can be held responsible for these mistakes. ...

The Judicial Foreclosure Process

04.20.2009 · Posted in Mortgage Articles

Depending on the state laws where the property is located, type of documents used in the loan, and the terms contained in the documents, banks may pursue a judicial or nonjudicial foreclosure process. ...