All Forensic Loan Audits are not the same

Posted on October 30, 2008. Filed under: Mortgage Audit | Tags: , , , |

Mortgage modification companies and attorneys are using the Forensic Loan Audit to help grant loan modifications and reach settlements with lenders much quicker.  Using the right loan auditor can be tricky since many newcomers are offering this service, making claims and promises that they cannot deliver.  Many Mortgage Modification attorneys are new to the scene and many failed loan originators and mortgage brokers are now trying to turn into loan modification “experts” and claiming to do forensic audits.  National Loan Audits provides the most accurate and complete audit and backs it with the ability to speak directly with the auditors who review and audit the loan documents. The auditors will answer all questions and point out all uncovered violations in a clear and concise fashion.

 

The company provides a complete forensic analysis, whereas others make similar claims but don’t deliver.  To help better understand what types of violations may be within the loan documents, borrowers who are not in foreclosure can order the audit directly from National Loan Audits.  Mortgage modification can be much more successful if certain violations are uncovered.  Most loans, especially adjustable rate loans and refinances done in the last three to five years, have some type of violation, which will be uncovered during the audit process.

 

For further information contact National Loan Audits at 800- 564-2764 or visit www.nationalloanaudits.com .

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