Mortgage Wars

Posted on June 26, 2009. Filed under: Foreclosure Defense, Fraud, Loan Modification, Mortgage Audit, Mortgage Fraud, Mortgage Law, Predatory Lending, right to rescind, Truth in Lending Act | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Iris Martin

My new book, Mortgage Wars, will guide you, step by step, through a war plan of engagement that has been followed by many homeowners who have won their mortgage wars. You will meet them and their attorneys throughout the book. You will learn about how you were defrauded and why; why the government cannot help you; and why and how you can win your war. The law is squarely on your side. Even if you have received a sales date; even if your foreclosure has occurred and you are awaiting eviction, there is plenty you can do to stay in your home and keep it from the predators!

Now, if you do nothing, you will lose your home. You do not have the option of doing nothing. You must study your loan and your lender, or have a mortgage auditor do so for you. You can get referrals to qualified auditors at www.yourmortgagewar.com. Once your loan is audited, you will learn what fraudulent acts were committed by your broker and lender. Fraud is the intentional inducement into a contract without all the material facts. There are laws against fraud and the penalties are severe. You will have a clear picture of how you were defrauded and how your lender established a pattern of conduct in which it abandoned it’s fiduciary right to advise you. You may have been defrauded at any stage of the process: during the solicitation, origination, processing, closing and servicing of your loan. Fraud must be argued with specificity in the courtroom, and the audit is your weapon.

You will also learn if your loan was securitized, i.e. sold on the secondary market. If it was, your lender has no legal right to foreclose, as it is not a current holder of your note. This is extremely good news, and the legal approach involves filing a “quiet title action” as well as a claim for fraud and other violations. This will get your lender off your title and get you your house free and clear, if your lender cannot produce the current holders of your note. Most likely, it cannot do so at the level that will satisfy a judge in a court of law. And judges are not lenient in this matter. They are livid at the way homeowners have been defrauded. They understand completely, that this is not some chair you bought at a garage sale, this is your home! The roof over your head! The shelter that provides you with safety and security and protects your family!

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I read your article the other day and was interested in the loan audit you mentioned for $250. I went to the mortgagewars.com site and it didn’t direct me to anything about that service. Please advise. Thanks so much. I am definitely buying your book and thanks for all the good stuff you’re doing to help people who’ve been scammed and jammed by the big banks.

I have an auditor, but am in need of a reference for an attorney in Florida–thanks so much–just ordered your book.

Any follow up reports on any of the cases in the book? I am particularly interested in LaSalle Bank v. Barraza. I was denied my Motion to Vacate FJ yesterday. I feel very overwhelmed and let down by the system. I am going to appeal. I just have to figure how. My house sale date in Christmas Eve eve. I’m single Mom with four great kids I can’t tell them until I figure this out…but if anyone comes to the door…. oh well…anyone with any input?


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