GoFightForeclosure.com T-Day Tips To Escape Home Foreclosure On June 7th

“Leading home foreclosure and mortgage fraud self help training system reveals four resources for homeowners in non-judicial states to avoid foreclosure on the first Tuesday of the month and beyond.”
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May 27, 2011 - PRLog -- (Atlanta, Georgia) -- Go Fight Foreclosure System™ GoFightForeclosure.com today announced T-Day tips to escape home foreclosure on June 7th, 2011. Calling T-Day the first Tuesday of the month and primary foreclosure day for homeowners who live in non-judicial states.

The Go Fight Foreclosure System was created by former full-time mortgage broker Kyle Ransom who has over 15 years experience in the mortgage industry. Ransom is a mortgage securitization expert and created the system to help homeowners facing imminent foreclosures.

He says that typically homeowners in imminent foreclosure situations feel helpless because most of them have been turned down for loan modifications and often are about to have their Bankruptcy protection lifted from automatic stay. Which he says his Go Fight Foreclosure System™ particularly can help the vast majority of these types of homeowners because of improper mortgage securitization.

GoFightForeclosure.com offers four resources to detect the most common ways mortgage lenders conduct wrongful foreclosures taken from their Go Fight Foreclosure Blog:

"1. Not offering or approving a loan modification even if all guideline requirements are acceptable.

This is probably why 66% percent of the homeowners who need assistance don’t get assistance from HAMP. One big reason behind this is that lenders lose money by offering loan modifications and are not very motivated to approve them. As a result, many homeowners are flat out denied to have their mortgage payments reduced even though they qualify for a loan modification. A common problem not talked about is that homeowners are being offered trial loan modifications. Which after they start making payments for a few month then they are told that they were not approved for a loan modification and shifted back to making the same mortgage payment amounts that they could not afford in the beginning. It happens more than you think.

Challenging lenders for these types of unethical business practices is a foreclosure defense and solution to force lenders to modify loan payments to make them affordable.

2. Truth and Lending Act Violations and Predatory Lending Practices

All loans including mortgage loans fall under the Truth and Lending Act guidelines. These guidelines were first put in place back in 1968 to require that lenders provide full disclosure on key lending arrangements and costs associated with loans.

If these violations are challenged homeowners can arm themselves with foreclosure defenses backed by federal statute.

3. Foreclosing Without Showing (Proofing) Ownership Of The Mortgage Note

Under the Uniform Commercial Code, the lender must provide proof that they own the original note and have it in their possession. However, many lenders have actually managed to foreclose anyway by providing a “certified copy of the note”. They can easily get away with this if the homeowner does not contest by demanding that the original mortgage note to be produced and under go forensic tests to prove it is the original. When a mortgage note has been transferred from different loan servicing companies and mortgage lenders and is kept in a securitized trust rarely can the original mortgage note be produced! Without the original mortgage note a lender CAN NOT foreclose on a property both in judicial or non judicial states.

Hence the term “Produce the Note”. Don’t trust their word ONLY a forensic test can reveal if it is the original document. Demand a forensic review.

4. Foreclosing Without Due Course

Another very important statue under the Uniform Commercial Code requires that lenders must have acquired the mortgage note in due course. This requires that lenders show how they took possession of the mortgage note and from whom in order. When mortgage notes are transferred from one lender to the next lender an assignment of the mortgage must be recorded. Numerous of times lenders carryout foreclosures without being in due course and no assignments ever being recorded. Lenders can not legally carryout foreclosures if they are not in due course.

Homeowners can challenge lenders to stop foreclosures that are not in due course."

If you have a scheduled foreclosure sale date for June 7th, 2011 and would like to learn more please visit http://GoFightForeclosure.com .

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