Why A Bank Halts Foreclosures after U.S. Probe, Tacoma Bankruptcy Attorney Dave Yando
Tacoma bankruptcy attorney Dave Yando explains technical deficiencies are why HSBC was forced to suspend its foreclosures on homeowners after a U.S. government investigation. Preventing mortgage foreclosures is one of Mr. Yando’s best services.
HSBC Holdings PLC, a London-based bank, put a moratorium on its foreclosures as the result of a U.S. government probe by two agencies: the Federal Reserve Board and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.
“This another example of a major bank using ‘robo-signers’
His informative Web site: http://www.yandolaw.com. For financially strapped businesses and consumers, Mr. Yando's Proven Debt Solutions provide the missing piece of the debt puzzle.
“Many homeowners have lost their homes in technically deficient foreclosure proceedings, which could have been prevented if they had obtained legal counsel and protected their property rights,” states Tacoma bankruptcy attorney Dave Yando.
Mr. Yando provides a free initial consultation, and he explains how you can file bankruptcy and keep your home: http://www.yandolaw.com/
Published reports indicate HSBC halted its foreclosures after the U.S. government reviewed the bank’s procedures. HSBC’s conceded the deficiencies this week in its annual report.
“HSBC was among the banks investigated last year,” says Tacoma bankruptcy lawyer Dave Yando. “They were accused of not being fair to homeowners.”
Not only were HSBC’s loan documentation processes criticized, Mr. Yando says, the news media reports show the federal agencies condemned the bank’s evaluation and monitoring of its legal representatives.
HSBC vows to recommence its foreclosures once it corrects its weaknesses. However, Tacoma bankruptcy attorney Dave Yando says Chapter 13 bankruptcy stops foreclosure:
The bank also anticipates the investigations will also impact its earnings as a result of possible fines and other penalties.
Despite the slowdown in foreclosures following the U.S. investigation, RealtyTrac reports there were over 1 million foreclosures in 2010.
Mr. Yando says foreclosure of mortgages is a major headache in finance for homeowners throughout Seattle, King County, and Pierce County in Washington state.
Watch the five reasons financially strapped homeowners to call Tacoma bankruptcy attorney Dave Yando: http://www.youtube.com/
# # #
Tacoma bankruptcy attorney David Yando helps businesses and people with debt relief and bankruptcy services. He has more than 30 years of hands on experience in planning and litigating debt relief matters - including mortgage foreclosure defense, bankruptcy, real estate and taxation. This includes business.