mortgage fraud: MFI-Miami is looking for experienced mortgage and real estate professionals in MA - 01/13/09 12:06 PM
MFI-Miami, Florida's premier Forensic Mortgage Auditing firm is currently looking for experienced sales people in the Bay State as I prepare to officially launch MFI-Boston after the first of the year.  I already have clients calling because of an article that appeared in the Boston Herald around Thanksgiving and I want to continue the momentum. 
I am looking for people who have knowledge of lending and real estate.  Candidates must have at least a 5 year track record in either real estate or mortgage sales.  
All candidates will go through a criminal background check and a check with Commissioner of Banks, Mortgage … (0 comments)

mortgage fraud: MFI-MIAMI LAUNCHES MASSIVE INVESTIGATION INTO ILLEGAL FORECLOSURES IN 6 STATES - 01/07/09 11:25 AM
MFI-MIAMI LAUNCHES MASSIVE INVESTIGATION INTO ILLEGAL FORECLOSURES IN 6 STATES
West Palm Beach, FL-MFI-Miami, LLC, Florida's premier forensic mortgage fraud investigation and forensic mortgage auditing firm is launching a massive investigation against several securities firms and banks for performing illegal foreclosures in 6 states.  MFI-Miami is asking for homeowners who have lost their home in foreclosure from 2005 through 2008, to contact their offices immediately.  
"Every day I get calls from homeowners in foreclosure and in nearly 85% of the cases, the lender cannot prove they have the legal standing to execute the foreclosure.  It boils down to simple Real Estate … (0 comments)

mortgage fraud: MFI-Miami is looking for experienced Real Estate & Mortgage Professionals in MA - 12/28/08 01:25 AM
MFI-Miami, Florida's premier Forensic Mortgage Auditing firm is currently looking for experienced sales people in the Bay State as I prepare to officially launch MFI-Boston after the first of the year.  I already have clients calling because of an article that appeared in the Boston Herald around Thanksgiving and I want to continue the momentum. 
I am looking for people who have knowledge of lending and real estate.  Candidates must have at least a 5 year track record in either real estate or mortgage sales.  
All candidates will go through a criminal background check and a check with Commissioner of Banks, Mortgage … (2 comments)

mortgage fraud: MFI-Miami now has people on the ground in Washington, D.C., MD & VA - 12/28/08 12:50 AM
MFI-Miami now has a Field Representative to cover the Washington, DC Metro area, Virgina and Maryland!  Our new Field Representative is Columbus Williams and he will be MFI-Miami's Regional Manager for the mid-Atlantic region of the US.  His direct number is (301) 728-2634 or you can call the office number (301) 979-9577.
I am also in the process of creating MFI-DC which will cover all of Virginia, Maryland and DC.
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mortgage fraud: MFI-Miami was featured in the Boston Herald for helping Charlevoix couple keep their home. - 12/04/08 03:02 PM
December 3, 2008
For Immediate Release Contact: Steve Dibert, President MFI-Miami
Email: info@mfi-miami.com or go to www.mfi-miami.com
Florida:                                                                Michigan:
Miami: 305-851-2460                             Metro Detroit: 248-841-8511
Ft. Lauderdale: 954-607-2266                 Northern MI: 231-622-7566
West Palm Beach: 561-317-9978            Massachusetts:
Tampa: 941-312-7620                           Boston: 857-776-3030
 
MFI-MIAMI WAS FEATURED IN THE BOSTON HERALD FOR HELPING NORTHERN MICHIGAN COUPLE
Charlevoix, MI - MFI-Miami, LLC, Florida's premier mortgage fraud investigation and forensic mortgage auditing firm is proud to announce that on Monday, November 24, 2008, the Boston Herald did a profile on Steve Dibert and MFI-Miami for the work he did uncovering the fraud and deception that was committed … (0 comments)

mortgage fraud: White House Mod Proposal: Political Illusion or Act of Self-Preservation? - 11/16/08 01:50 AM
There has been a lot of talk over the past few days about the new proposal by the Bush Administration to help stabilize the housing market by encouraging banks to modify loans for at-risk homeowners.  The plan is to secure 31 million mortgages worth approximately $5 trillion which were underwritten by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and prevent them from going into default.  The federal government took control of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in September when waves of foreclosures resulted in mounting losses on their portfolios.  The Bush proposal mirrors what Citigroup, JPMorgan-Chase, and Bank of America have already been … (0 comments)

mortgage fraud: 10 Questions You Should Ask a Loan Modification Company - 11/04/08 11:34 PM
There is a new industry rising from the ashes of America's imploding mortgage industry and it's called Loan Modification.  Loan modifications have become a viable option for many distressed homeowners many of whom are considering abandoning their homes because they are upside down in their mortgages or just simply can't afford their payments. 
What is a loan modification?  A loan modification is as the name suggests a modification of your current loan without going through the process of refinancing our home or property.   The responsibility of a loan modification company is to act as a negotiator for you with your lender.  … (4 comments)

mortgage fraud: 10 Questions You Should Ask a Loan Modification Company - 11/04/08 11:31 PM
There is a new industry rising from the ashes of America's imploding mortgage industry and it's called Loan Modification.  Loan modifications have become a viable option for many distressed homeowners many of whom are considering abandoning their homes because they are upside down in their mortgages or just simply can't afford their payments. 
What is a loan modification?  A loan modification is as the name suggests a modification of your current loan without going through the process of refinancing our home or property.   The responsibility of a loan modification company is to act as a negotiator for you with your lender.  … (3 comments)

mortgage fraud: What is a Loan Modification and What Questions Should I Ask? - 10/29/08 12:53 AM
There is a new industry rising from the ashes of America's imploding mortgage industry and it's called Loan Modification.  Loan modifications have become a viable option for many distressed homeowners many of whom are considering abandoning their homes because they are upside down in their mortgages or just simply can't afford their payments. 
What is a loan modification?  A loan modification is as the name suggests a modification of your current loan without going through the process of refinancing our home or property.   The responsibility of a loan modification company is to act as a negotiator for you with your lender.  … (4 comments)

mortgage fraud: Have the FBI and the American Homeowner Been Bushwhacked? - 10/26/08 12:44 PM
What would you do if one night after a long day at work you came home to find your house ransacked and that you had been robbed? Now, what would happen if you called the police and no one came to investigate or were told to call someone else?  You would be shocked and dismayed.   Don't think this could happen? It already is happening and it's not just you, it's happening to your neighbors and friends as well.  The thieves are getting away with millions of dollars and the Bush Administration is allowing it to happen. 
The New York Times ran … (2 comments)

mortgage fraud: Have the FBI and the American Homeowner Been Bushwhacked? - 10/26/08 12:39 PM
What would you do if one night after a long day at work you came home to find your house ransacked and that you had been robbed? Now, what would happen if you called the police and no one came to investigate or were told to call someone else?  You would be shocked and dismayed.   Don't think this could happen? It already is happening and it's not just you, it's happening to your neighbors and friends as well.  The thieves are getting away with millions of dollars and the Bush Administration is allowing it to happen. 
The New York Times ran … (8 comments)

mortgage fraud: WARNING:YOU COULD STILL FACE FORECLOSURE AFTER A LOAN MODIFICATION - 10/19/08 12:13 PM
Since beginning MFI-Miami, I've seen a lot of mortgage servicers attempting to foreclose on homeowners without being able to prove they are the proper custodian of the note or mortgage.   I have one client right now who is beginning litigation against American Home Mortgage Servicing, Inc. partially because they can't provide proof of the transferring from Option One Mortgage Corporation or from the original lender.   I have another client whose foreclosure was cancelled (with MFI's help) by Bear Stearns because they could not prove the transfer even happened.   I could go on and on by listing other clients I've had. However, … (3 comments)

mortgage fraud: Having trouble with your Short Sale, Loan Modification or Foreclosure Bailout? - 09/16/08 12:36 PM
Is your short sale or loan modification deal seem like it's dragging on and on?  Is the lender not responding to your inquiries?
That's because in today's real estate atmosphere, lenders and banks don't want to hear about a customer's personal tragedy.  They're more interested in covering their back and their survival.  You and your client need to show you have the upper hand to force the lender to the table. You arm your client with a Forensic Loan Audit.  Lenders hate dealing with me! Why? Because I find errors and fraud in nearly 75-80% of the audits I do.  I expose the dirty little secrets of … (0 comments)

mortgage fraud: 10 Questions You Should Ask a Loan Modification Company - 09/08/08 01:57 AM
There is a new industry rising from the ashes of America's imploding mortgage industry and it's called Loan Modification.  Loan modifications have become a viable option for many distressed homeowners many of whom are considering abandoning their homes because they are upside down in their mortgages or just simply can't afford their payments. 
What is a loan modification?  A loan modification is as the name suggests a modification of your current loan without going through the process of refinancing our home or property.   The responsibility of a loan modification company is to act as a negotiator for you with your lender.  … (0 comments)

 
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