Home ownership is part of the American Dream — we long for a white picket fence and a patch of grass to call our own. Yet, there are a lot of factors to consider when making this dream a reality. The next time you ask yourself, Should I buy a home? think about these key […]

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Just days before the Federal Reserve pledged to keep rates near historic lows through the first half of 2013, many homeowners are jumping on the refinance bandwagon in the wake of the current financial crisis, and it may be a good time to refinance your existing mortgage.  For many this is the perfect opportunity to Buy a home at the lowest […]

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Predatory Lending Practices and a Legal Remedy

August 13, 2012

This report describes the different ways that mortgage lenders can trick homeowners into giving up their homes, and a legal remedy to recover TILA violation fines and possibly void the lenders security interest in the property. I. Origination of the Loan Solicitations. Predatory mortgage lenders target low and moderate income and minority neighborhoods for extensive […]

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Buying is cheaper than renting

August 13, 2012

Buying is cheaper than renting Now it is cheaper to buy a two-bedroom home than to rent one in most major U.S. cities. According to real estate web site Trulia, buying was cheaper than renting in 74% of the country’s 50 largest cities in July. In just 12% of the cities, including New York, Seattle and San Francisco, renting […]

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Avoid Forclosure with a Forensic Loan Audit

July 13, 2012
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  Exercise your rights with a Forensic Loan Audit and tell your lender “I am not Leaving” Avoiding Forclosure is best accomplished by exposing Predatory Lending, TILA and RESPA Violations and Lender Fraud to get a legal standing for fighting back. A professionally done Forensic Analysis will point out all Truth in Lending Act Violations, […]

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