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Free Webinar on Proven Strategies to Stop Foreclosure
Dear Fellow Real Estate Professional,
My name is Dr. Stefan Kasian and my good friend Dustin Griffin handpicked me to host monthly "Guerrilla Economic Survival Tactics Webinar" based on my expertise in hunting down the latest and greatest strategies to help you survive and prosper in this economy.
The latest "secret weapon" I'm proud to feature on this next webinar is my friend and very special colleague R.J. McKee. R.J. has a kick-butt track record to show you now to keep your properties in the face of foreclosure. R.J. got the V.P. of a BIG title company to back down on his threat to sue me on a frivolous matter, which saved me $183,000.00. Better yet, he did this without getting my attorney involved! As a "commerce coach" who has been on the front lines helping home owners fight foreclosure, R. J. uses some pretty unorthodox, but effective ways to "turn the tables" on banks and mortgage companies!
For example, several years ago, a Texas couple's cattle feed lot was going into foreclosure. In less than 30 days, R. J. showed the couple how to convince the banker foreclosing on them to "wipe out" the $450,000 mortgage, giving them the property free and clear! In fact, at the settlement meeting it was the banker who suggested that the bank (in his words) "wipe out" the mortgage!
What persuaded the banker to "zero out" the mortgage? According to R.J. "Banks and mortgage companies have some pretty big holes in their armor!" The biggest one is the presumption that their mortgage/deed of trust is a valid agreement. Homeowners have possession of the property and, as the saying goes, "possession is nine tenths of the law". What is the other tenth? Attachment! But, to have attachment, the mortgage company has to have the original note! Do they? In most cases, the answer is no!
But, of course, making them produce the note is usually a fruitless exercise. Forcing them to do so in court, requires a well educated lawyer and an honest judge! The odds of your finding both are pretty slim. What should you do instead? "First, understand how things really work! The law is on your side, but the courts are already committed to giving judgment to the banks!" says R.J. "They will slam dunk you if you let them!"
In our webinar, R.J. will reveal some little known secrets that have taken him years to uncover:
We look forward to having you on the webinar!