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As America‘s mortgage crisis has evolved from storm on the horizon to a nationwide deluge, an ever increasing number of homeowners are turning to the courts for assistance with their mortgage situations. In a thirst for money, many lenders and mortgage brokers have been all too willing to put people into unsuitable loans. Though the roots of the current economic climate have been a variety of causes, undeniably the broken lending practices of the major banks are egregious. The complex system of buying, selling and investing in mortgages allowed greed to outweigh sensibility. The ability to sell mortgages to investors resulted in lending institutions abandoning proper mortgage underwriting procedures in favor of a process which created the greatest number of mortgages possible for sale. Larger fees and greater commissions incentivized lenders to put people into bad loans. Greed and the ability to make quick, easy money led to a total abandonment of ethical business practices. When the housing market collapsed, due in part to homeowner defaults on these bad loans, many of the banks were forced into receivership. Institutions that purchased these failed banks swooped in to pick through the ruins they helped to create. Those same major banks that profited from the sale of these mortgages now are foreclosing on homeowners. Most of these large banks have accepted the government bailout funds as well as money given as incentive for helping distressed homeowners, yet the foreclosures continue unchecked. Regardless, it’s worth reexamining your loan documents and the circumstances under which you signed them carefully-you may be surprised at what you find.
If you, your family, friends, neighbors or associates have been subjected to unlawful foreclosure and mortgage fraud, please contact The Resolution Law Group at (203) 542-7275 for a confidential, no obligation consultation.
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