tila lawyer: California Mortgage Lending Lawyer - looking for input on blog articles....... - 05/05/11 08:50 AM
We have just launched a new mortgage lending law website specific to the issues of mortgage lending representation.  If anyone has any good ideas on articles you would like us to blog on, in providing general legal information, just drop us a line and let us know.
 
 
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tila lawyer: Arizona foreclosure and bankruptcy lawyer discusses whether you can get our house back after foreclosure - 01/09/11 12:06 PM
If your house sells, you are in a tough spot in California and Arizona.
Normally, we would need to see if there was any fraud/robosigner in the sub of trustee. It is tough to reverse a sale where the notice of default and notice of sale and other documents were validly executed. We charge for an initial up-front review of your documents, and chain of title. No guarantees we find anything, and no guarantee we file anything. We need good faith grounds to file a foreclosure lawsuit. Once the house is sold, they (the lender, loan servicer, etc.) normally argues you … (0 comments)

tila lawyer: Arizona Attorney general settles with Countywide - 01/09/11 11:37 AM
THE SHENANNIGANS NEVER SEEM TO END
March 13, 2009 was supposed to be a victory for homeowners in Arizona. Facing allegations of consumer mortgage fraud, Countrywide agreed to develop and implement a loan modification program for Arizona borrowers making it easier for homeowners to keep their homes. Unfortunately, Countrywide, (now Bank of America) has repeatedly violated the agreement. 
         Attorney General Terry Goddard filed the complaint in Maricopa County Superior Court on December 17, 2010 after being flooded with complaints by Arizona homeowners. The complaint asks the court to hold Bank of America in contempt for violating the … (1 comments)

tila lawyer: Arizona Bankruptcy Lawyer discusses Bailey Case - Judge tells Bank of New York "bring the original file to Court" - 11/17/10 02:41 AM
BAILEY (PRO SE) v. THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON, FKA THE BANK OF NEW YORK – WOW!
THE LID HAS COME OFF IN AN ARIZONA BANKRUPTCY CASE (CHAPTER 11) – "PRODUCE THE NOTE IN BANKRUPTCY ADVERSARY PROCEEDING" AS WE HAVE BEEN SAYING ALL ALONG.  ITS TIME TO STOP ALL THE LIES.  NEIL GARFIELD DECLARATION INVOLVED.  ITS TIME TO RIP OFF THE MASK AND TELL THE TRUTH.  WHO THE REAL OWNER OF YOUR LOAN IS SHOULD NOT BE CONFIDENTIAL.

CITATION: ADVERSARY PROCEEDING 2:09-ap-01728
ANDREW BAILEY, Chapter 11, Debtor.

ANDREW BAILEY, Plaintiff,

v.

THE BANK OF NEW YORK … (2 comments)

tila lawyer: Can you challenge "title" in an Arizona unlawful detainer (forcible entry and detainer) action? - 11/10/10 02:06 AM
PART ONE of TWO PART SERIES (part two can be found here)
ARIZONA LANDLORD TENANT LAW FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS - HOMEOWNER RIGHTS FOLLOWING FORECLOSURE.  CAN YOU CHALLENGE THEIR LEGAL TITLE IN A FORCIBLE ENTRY AND DETAINER ("FED") ACTION?
 
COMMON FORECLOSURE SCENARIO: You were trying to work out a loan modification, and the lender/loan servicer and their offshore call center agents tell you that you are okay, that the house won't be sold, and then the sale date is extended.  You trust them and rely on what they are saying.  Then, you get the knock on the door "your house … (0 comments)

tila lawyer: BASIC OVERVIEW OF TAKING A DEFAULT JUDGMENT IN CALIFORNIA WHERE A LENDER, LOAN SERVICER, HOMEOWNER, REAL ESTATE BROKER, OR INVESTOR FAILS TO ANSWER A REAL ESTATE COMPLAINT - 09/11/10 10:53 AM
 
BASIC OVERVIEW OF TAKING A DEFAULT JUDGMENT IN CALIFORNIA WHERE A LENDER, LOAN SERVICER, HOMEOWNER, REAL ESTATE BROKER, OR INVESTOR FAILS TO ANSWER A REAL ESTATE COMPLAINT
The following is general legal information only and not intended as legal advice or a substitute for obtaining legal advice. For specific answers to your questions please consult a real estate attorney. Steve Vondran, Esq., is a real estate attorney licensed to practice law in California and Arizona. He can be reached at steve@vondranlaw.com or by phone at (877) 276-5084. There is no representation that this article is 100% accurate or up-to-date as … (0 comments)

tila lawyer: What is a Qualified Written Request (QWR) under the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA)oran - 09/15/09 04:08 AM
Here is some basic information on RESPA qualified written requests as provided under the Real Estate Settlement Procedure Act (RESPA). RESPA COVERAGE: RESPA applies to a “federally related mortgage loan,” which is defined as: The term “federally related mortgage loan” includes any loan (other than temporary financing such as a construction loan) which is secured by a first or subordinate lien on residential real property (including individual units of condominiums and cooperatives) designed principally for the occupancy of from one to four families, including any such secured loan, the proceeds of which are used to prepay or pay off an existing … (0 comments)

 
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