GoFightForeclosure.com Tips For Real Housewives of Orange County To Avoid Foreclosure

How real everyday housewives living in Coto can avoid foreclosures, a twist from television The Real Housewives of Orange County the original divas with lavish lifestyles.
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May 9, 2011 - PRLog -- (Atlanta, Georgia) --  GoFightForeclosure.com today announced tips for real housewives of Orange County to avoid foreclosure. Citing Bravo’s The Real Housewives of  Orange County shows a reality vision of housewives living in Coto de Caza, California who only have lavish taste and really just not that into paying their mortgages.

According to Kyle Ransom a former expert mortgage broker and creator of the Go Fight Foreclosure System, it should be no surprise that newcomer Peggy Tanous is challenging her foreclosure. The cast member of the Real Housewives of O.C. is challenging her mortgage lender to stop foreclosure. While he says Tanous has came out publicly about suing her mortgage lender for a loan modification. Ransom feels that after researching public records about the property Tanous may have an even stronger foreclosure defense that her mortgage was not properly securitized. Ransom exposes when improper securitization is present the lender has no enforceable security interest to ever foreclose on Tanous.

“I strongly encourage every homeowner in pre-foreclosure to educate themselves on securitization and learn how-to identify wrongful foreclosures to build a defense,” stated Kyle Ransom.

Further Ransom says that insurance executive Vicki Gunvalson an original cast member of the show recently listed her home and is asking $2.695 million. Ransom stresses Gunvalson is not seeking a short sale nor in danger of any pending foreclosure sale.

“Most people think that you have to be in trouble with your mortgage to get the mortgage lender to give you a better loan. If you find securitization issues that challenges the ownership of the note and mortgage lenders are usually willing to grant whatever the homeowner wants at that point,” continued Kyle Ransom.

However, he urges that Gunvalson should try to find out if securitization is improper on her mortgage loan and if the bank really is the holder of the mortgage note in due course. Revealing that problems with missing documents involving securitization issues result in homeowners with no payment problems being given reduced pay offs for quick sales. Additionally, Ransom says these types of homeowners are also able to get the mortgage lenders to give them better loans at current values today.

Like to learn how to find out more about your mortgage loan and if securitization is improper? Please visit http://GoFightForeclosure.com for more information.

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The Go Fight Foreclosure System™ provides homeowners in foreclosure situations the resources needed to fight foreclosure sales. To learn more about the system please visit http://GoFightForeclosure.com .
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