How to Hammer Out Cash for Mortgage Victims

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You need a bigger hammer when dealing with the bank

Proof of Methodology

Check out this proof (linked below) of how hugely mortgage victims can win a wad of cash if you will only learn how (and commit) to attack the validity of the loan.  NO OTHER methodology wins compensation for mortgagors.

Hammer v Residential (2015)

Hammer v Residential Credit Solutions – 2015-USDC-ILND-1_13-cv-06397-0

Click the above link to download the pdf containing the trial opinion, amended complaint, and damages award.

An Illinois jury returned a money verdict in favor of Alena Hammer against Residential Credit Solutions, Inc. (RCS), a national mortgage loan servicer headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, for its breach of contract, violations of the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), and violations of the unfairness and deception provisions of the Illinois Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act. All of Hammer’s claims dealt with RCS’s misconduct in handling and servicing the mortgage loan on Hammer’s home in DuPage County, Illinois, where Hammer has resided for the last 27 years.

The court awarded Alena Hammer $500,000 in compensatory damages and $1,500,000 in punitive damages.

Revisit Current and Old Cases?

Do you think this additional revelation about the workability of “Mortgage Attack” methodology would justify your revisiting some of your client’s cases and actually doing the work it takes to find the injuries they have suffered at the inception of the loan?

I know a mortgage examiner who can guide you through the process.  Why not call me so we can chat about it?

727 669 5511

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