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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams

Hello Everyone!

 

Does anyone have any good experiences working for a loan modification company?  I am doing a lot of short sales right now.  However, recently I have noticed that some of my people would be better suited for a loan modification. 

I am looking for a reputable loan modification company to affiliate myself.  More specifically one that does't charge upfront. 

Anonymous
Dave Dickey

Hey Katie,

My company is just launching an Accreditation criteria for Loan Mod companies (similar to our Lender Accreditation) so we can start to separate the good guys from the bad guys.  I don't have anyone on the radar yet in NC... if you find someone let me know.  We do know of several, if it is ok that they are not local to you, let me know and I can send you their info.

Dave

www.NationalHomeLoanAdvocates.com

Jul 11, 2009 06:58 AM
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Jon Heaton
Keller Williams Realty Boise - Boise, ID

Just have your seller contact the bank.  They can do it on their own.  It is simple and they don't have to pay anyone.  I find that most loan mod companies are scams.  My state is also helping people for free.  Idaho Dept of Housing and Finance has free HUD certified counselors that will do it for free.  It is part of the government stimulas plan and I am sure that your state has the same program available.  Any questions.

Email me

 

heatongroup@gmail.com

Cathy Heaton

Keller Williams Realty West - Nampa ID

Jul 11, 2009 10:18 AM
rick whipple
Loan Restructuring Solutions - Chandler, AZ

Hi Kate,

My name is rick whipple. I am an Account Executive for Loan restrucuring solutions.We are a whole sale processing company in Chandler Arizona.Feel free to visit or call www.loanrestructuringsolutions.com ph#480-821-0183

Jul 13, 2009 11:13 AM
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Wednesday
29Apr2009

Georgia DBF issues Cease and Desist orders to two loan modification companies

The Georgia Department of Banking and Finance has issued Cease and Desist order to two seperate unlicensed loan modification companies.

1. On April 23, 2009 an Order to Cease and Desist issued by the Georgia Department of Banking and Finance to Kalle Kivinen, d/b/a Loan Restructuring Solutions, Chandler, AZ became final. [Press Release]

This Order to Cease and Desist was issued by the Department after it obtained evidence that Kalle Kivinen, d/b/a Loan Restructuring Solutions, engaged in mortgage broker/lending activities without a license or under an applicable exemption.

Pursuant to Georgia law, it is prohibited for any person knowingly to purchase, sell, or transfer a mortgage loan or loan application from or to an entity that is not licensed or exempt from licensing or registration provisions to engage in mortgage broker/lender activities.

2. On April 23, 2009 an Order to Cease and Desist issued by the Georgia Department of Banking and Finance to Atlanta Loan Modifications, Inc., Alpharetta, GA became final. [Press Release]

This Order to Cease and Desist was issued by the Department after it obtained evidence that Atlanta Loan Modifications, Inc., engaged in mortgage broker/lending activities without a license or under an applicable exemption.

Pursuant to Georgia law, it is prohibited for any person knowingly to purchase, sell, or transfer a mortgage loan or loan application from or to an entity that is not licensed or exempt from licensing or registration provisions to engage in mortgage broker/lender activities.

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Sep 01, 2009 07:55 AM
#4
Anonymous
National Home Savers Pro

I started my loan assistance co. in 2007 before many got into it. I never charged up front fees. I have had hundreds of approvals and have many clients that love talking to people who are interested to explain their story.

I have been in the RE industry since 1998 and licensed since 2003. Yes homeowner's can do this on their owne and as you may have heard they have had many problems doing so. They can also go to companies that do not charge at all but in all honesty you get what you pay for. I have had homeowner's come to me with horror stories of lawyers that charge up front, the HUD dept that never charged and also never helped.

I have done my research since 2007 and continue doing so.

Sincerely,

Isabell

www.nationalhsp.com

Apr 12, 2010 12:05 PM
#5
Anonymous
Bob

In CA,you have to be a registered foreclosure consultant, which you can check here: http://ag.ca.gov/loanmod/

or a licensed CA broker or a licensed salesperson working for a licensed broker, which you can check here: www.dre.ca.gov

Nationalhsp is neither.

Apr 26, 2010 09:20 AM
#6
Anonymous
Isabell

National Home Savers Pro, Inc is licensed through the dre and you are more then welcome to check it out for yourself. You can also check out all the loan mods we have helped get approved and all the savings our homeowner's have saved on a monthly basis.

You can see our license number and who we are associated with.

Thank you and make it a great day

Isabell

Jul 20, 2010 02:50 PM
#7
Anonymous
Anonymous

NHSP, as of August 24 2010 has been given an official cease and desist letter by the DRE for the exact reasons stated above in addition to attempting to charge customers upfront.

www.dre.ca.gov/pdf_docs/loanmod_drs/H4136SD.pdf

May 15, 2011 07:51 AM
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