Foreclosure Defense NOT: Use a Mortgage Fraud Examination to Get Your House Free and Clear

How To Use a Mortgage Fraud Examination to Get Your House Free and Clear

  • Underwater Mortgage?
  • Owe more on the house that it’s worth?
  • Facing foreclosure?
  • Paying more for your house than you can afford?

If you say yes to any of these questions, you MUST read the below expose’ of HOW TO GET YOUR HOUSE FREE AND CLEAR

Many people want to fight foreclosure, but cannot afford it and don’t know how. Here’s the secret to fighting foreclosure: DON’T DO IT.

Instead, ATTACK THE MORTGAGE ITSELF for its underlying fraud, torts, breaches, and errors that the LENDER or his agents committed against you. Want examples? Overvaluing the house in the appraisal, lying on the Loan Application about the borrower’s income/expenses to make the borrower seem more qualified. These and numerous other gross mistakes curse the typical mortgage, especially in Florida. I estimate that the financial community has over the past 15 years cheated a minimum of 90% of the single family home mortgagors (borrowers).

Why Foreclosure Defense ALWAYS FAILS

The typical foreclosure defense attorney cares absolutely nothing for this reality. That attorney only wants to bilk the client $500 a month (plus retainer) or more for a year or so till the foreclosure goes through, and then profit from a terrible loan mod deal that the borrower will never repay.


That means foreclosure defense attorneys commit malpractice. Client comes for help defending a foreclosure action because of breach of contract, and lawyer doesn’t bother examining the mortgage contract and related documents thoroughly for causes of action. Why? Because the attorney does not possess the requisite skill in several areas of law and finance to do the job competently. His head spins with confusion while he mugs for the client in fake confidence.

Why Loan Audits and Securitization Audits Are Scams

Furthermore, not just any hooligan, hyping, slick-talking marketeer can examine a mortgage and its related foreclosure documents. If you read the words LOAN AUDIT or SECURITIZATION AUDIT, turn around and run the other way because you are looking at a SCAM. I have seen dozens of such audits and talked with competent attorneys about them. They universally agree these have no value to the mortgagor and virtually none to the attorney because they do not reveal the poignant causes of action the borrower has against the lender for cheating him in the mortgage deal. Loan auditors and securitization auditors are nothing more than slick hucksters in my book, and most of them belong in jail for fraudulent misrepresentation of the value of their services.

It takes years of devotion to study and practice in finance, contracts, torts, mortgage, appraisal, lending regulations/laws, foreclosure, and litigation practice that virtually NO 40 year old lawyer has within his knowledge and experience. That’s why the typical foreclosure defender cannot do a mortgage exam without expert assistance by a consummate, devoted, professional examiner.

How the PERFECT Mortgage Fraud Exam Can Arm You to Win Your Case

I know of only one such competent examiner in America. He provides an examination report within 7 business days for a very fair price ( a lawyer would charge $5000 to $10000 for such an exam, marking it up and claiming it as his own work). And anyone, lawyer or mortgagor, can use the exam report as the basis of a settlement negotiation or lawsuit for the causes of action it reveals with crystal clarity.

The mortgagor’s biggest problem will lie in finding an attorney willing to fight the battle. But here is living proof that such a battle can produce HUMONGOUS REWARDS for someone whom a big lender cheated badly.

Proof of Benefits of a Proper Mortgage Fraud Exam in the Hands of Competent Attorneys –

$3 Million Judgment

You see? The lender cheated a woman and her daughter. But the lawyer, by proper examination of the mortgage and foreclosure, mounted a negotiation (which fell through) and then a lawsuit against the predatory lender, Quicken Loans. The court HAMMERED the lender, awarding the house free and clear, negating the loan, granting nearly a million in attorney fees, and $2.1 million in punitive damages.


Send Your Mortgagors to Bob Hurt for a Mortgage Fraud Examination

I mean to say that YOU can help mortgagors in foreclosure (or their attorneys) by sending them to me to get their exam done. I’ll explain everything to them with crystal clarity and set them up with a questionnaire and interview to get them started. And I won’t charge a penny for my service. I do it out of love alone. (No, I don’t turn away donations – see below). And they can end up with a cash settlement, a dramatic reduction in loan balance and interest rate with no balloon (a cram-down loan modification), or the house free and clear, AND possibly a huge punitive damage award.

THAT’s how to bring a black-hearted, iniquitous lender to a just reward for his fraud and treachery.

Tell those you know with mortgages to contact me for a comprehensive MORTGAGE FRAUD EXAMINATION, whether or not in foreclosure, especially if they have an underwater loan. It’s the only path to getting a cash settlement or your house free and clear.

727 669 5511
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Author: bobhurt


2 thoughts on “Foreclosure Defense NOT: Use a Mortgage Fraud Examination to Get Your House Free and Clear”

  1. I bought my house in 2008 through Countrywide. They soon sold it to BOA and my payments kept going up. I never missed a payment and I soon got horrible credit by not being able to pay other bills. I called to try to refinance many times. They said I can’t. Not even through HARP ( think that’s what it was called ).Then they told me that I can’t afford my home and to do a short sale. I never missed a payment so I don’t understand this. Anyway, since I was tired of struggling I found someone to rent my house and I moved. I want to know why I could not receive any help, Why they wanted me to do a short sale, and what I can do now to lower my interest rate. Also, why is my interest rate 6.5 percent in the first place? I bought my house for $97,900 and I now owe $89,500 and it has been about 5 years.

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