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GoFightForeclosure.com Says Lenny Dysktra’s Foreclosure Highly Not Enforceable
System designed to fight foreclosure provides details to determine if the bank can foreclose on former New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Lenny Dysktra.
Kyle Ransom former expert mortgage broker and securitization consultant says that when banks foreclose they must be in possession of the original mortgage note. Additionally, Ransom says that the bank must also be a holder in due course. His concerns are that the bank attempting to foreclose on Dysktra’s Lake Sherwood home in Ventura, California may not have enforceable security interest because of improper securitization.
Ransom reveals six key factors he uses to determine if securitization is improper:
1. Who was the original mortgage loan originated with and is that lender still in business?
2. Does the original mortgage note express that the note can be transferred?
3. Is the foreclosing party a holder in due course?
4. Are there missing and intervening mortgage assignments?
5. Is the mortgage assignment transfer clearly written to identify a named lender to transfer the note to the foreclosing party?
6. Are Robo Signers detected and what capacity can they sign?
Additionally, he cites there are many other key elements he also uses to determine if securitization is improper. Revealing once it is determined that there is a problem the validity of the mortgage assignment must be disputed correctly.
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The Go Fight Foreclosure System™ provides homeowners in foreclosure situations the resources needed to fight foreclosure. To learn more about the system please visit http://GoFightForeclosure.com .