CFPB vs. Ocwen

CFPB vs. Ocwen Did you or someone you know ever have a mortgage serviced by Ocwen? The CFPB vs. Ocwen.  On April 20th, 2017 The […]

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Reverse Mortgage Abuses

Senior Citizens Financially Abused by Reverse Mortgage Companies There is a growing number of Home Owners , states attorney generals and the AARP (See Case#2:18-cv-07299) […]

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Charged Too Many Fees

Charged a fee just because you paid your mortgage online or over the phone? Many homeowners may be familiar with being charged a “convenience fee” […]

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Telephone Consumer Protection Act

Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) Phone calls from unwanted companies can be a real pain; however some of them may provide you with grounds for […]

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What Can A Foreclosure Defense Attorney Do For Me?

Foreclosure Defense Attorneys. What can they do for me? If you’re in foreclosure, you may have considered hiring an attorney to help you avoid foreclosure […]

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UPDATE: December 11th, 2019 – A recent vote passed in the House of Representatives with a nearly unanimous vote of 417 to 3. The TRACED […]

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12 housing markets where foreclosures are spiking

Foreclosure activity is down nationwide from a year ago, but certain local housing markets tell a different story. Overall, there were 66,401 properties with foreclosure […]

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Parties Responsible for Damages Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act

Could I be entitled to damages if my rights were violated under the Fair Credit Reporting Act? In today’s day and age, a person’s credit […]

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South Florida Foreclosure Start Rates Spike

A new but disturbingly familiar trend as South Florida foreclosure start rates spike. Florida seems to have received a break so far this summer from […]

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