How to Beat Your Mortgage Like It Owes You Money

How to Beat Your Mortgage Like It Owes You Money

Copyright © 19 September 2013 by Bob Hurt. All rights reserved. Distribute freely.

Executive Summary: Bob Hurt explains the easy way to turn the tables on crooked banks by making a dangerous weapon out of the causes of action underlying the mortgage.


Whether or not you face foreclosure, lenders or agents injured 9 out of 10 family home mortgagors. You can force the bank to cure your injury if you negotiate or sue. ONLY ONE strategy can put you in a strong negotiating position.

The Strategy

  1. Get the mortgage professionally, competently examined for evidence of torts, breaches, and errors by the lender and agents.
  2. Demand that the lender correct any discrepancy
  3. If the lender does not correct it timely, demand help from government regulators
  4. If

    the lender still will not comply, file a lawsuit and seek damages

Gov’t – Bank Collusion

Take note that you do not stand alone. Many big lenders have cheated untold millions of innocent victims in families across America for 15 years or more, particularly since the turn of this century. You can educate yourself and a foreclosure judge about this with the 2010 Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission’s Report report available here:

The Report shows the collusion of government and the banking/lending industry in the widespread predatory lending that caused massive unemployment, collapsed home values and destroyed homeowner equity. I believe ALL institutional lenders stand culpable for this travesty.

Negotiation Assistance

You might want to review your obligations in your mortgage security instrument regarding grievances, and review these links to prepare you for dealing with the bank:

Lawsuit: Brown v Quicken Loans

Take note of the Brown v Quicken Loans case in Ohio County West Virginia. Brown sued Quicken for cheating her in the loan and the court ruled in her favor, awarding the house free and clear, $2.1M punitive damages, and over $500K in legal fees and costs. Quicken didn’t like the ruling. So they stupidly appealed last Nov to the WV Supremes who sent the case back to trial court. The judge changed the award to this:

  • Brown keeps the $144K initial loan;
  • Brown pays Quicken up to $144K from the proceeds if she sells the $86K house;
  • Quicken pays brown $116K compensatory;
  • Quicken pays Brown $3.5M punitive;
  • Quicken

    pays Brown over $850K legal fees/costs.

Mortgage victim Brown won nearly $5 million for using causes of action revealed in a mortgage exam to attack the predatory lender. That fully justifies and proves the merit of a comprehensive mortgage examination. See an update on the case here:

Act Now, Call Now

If you don’t know, or if you suspect, that you have become a victim of a breach of contract, fraud or other tort, or legal errors by the lender or lender’s agents, you really do need to get a professional mortgage examination. I know the ONLY competent mortgage examiner in America, and I shall put you in touch with him after you call me to discuss your situation.

You don’t have to wait until you become a victim of foreclosure. Whether or not the bank has foreclosed or threatened foreclosure, ACT NOW to get your mortgage examined. Call me for help. I give no legal advice and charge no money. 727 669 5511. Call Now.

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