Neil Garfield finally recommends a mortgage examination for troubled borrowers

In his LivingLies Blog entry of 2016-04-27, Foreclosure Pretender Defender and Kool-Aid Drinker Neil Garfield wrote this, correct for a change:

“… you need a thorough analysis of everything that happened with your alleged loan and a careful examination of the pleadings if you are already in court. We readily understand the reluctance to spend more money on what has been a frustrating experience, but the ONLY way you can select a strategy that will or might get traction is by having an experienced eye do a thorough review and report.”

Garfield FAILS to tell his readers that he and his crew don’t have a clue about doing mortgage examinations. They only do securitization and forensic loan audits, not full-bore examinations. And because Garfield has spouted bogus legal theories for years, THOUSANDS of people have lost their homes to foreclosure by relying upon his advice. So DON’T rely upon it. Instead, rely upon the court opinions that I have cited in the Articles section of this site. They prove nearly everything Garfield promotes is a band-aid, at best.

The ONLY reliable place to get a comprehensive mortgage examination that finds all the ways a borrower got injured in the loan is at Mortgage Attack.

Go to the Contact page in the site menu and explain your situation. Then submit the form. The Mortgage Attack Maven will show you exactly how to get a comprehensive mortgage examination AND how to use it for best results.

If you feel time pressure, call 727 669 5511.

Author: Bob Hurt

See Consumer advocate helping borrowers in foreclosure save their homes and obtain compensation for their injuries.

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