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Loan Modification
The New Jersey Supreme Court just issued its second Omnibus Order … here‘s what you need to know! The New Jersey Supreme Court has issued two emergent ‘Omnibus’ Orders related to Covid 19. The second, issued today, addresses foreclosure for the first time. Previously, The Governor has already issued Executive Order 106 which prevents anyone...
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A forbearance of payments on your mortgage may or may not be right for you. Here is a breakdown of the hidden pitfalls and opportunities built in that you need to understand before making this decision. FHA Back Mortgage Loans and Forbearance Postponing or reducing loan payments while interest continues to accrue is a forbearance. ...
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What is RESPA and how does it relate to your mortgage, your FHA Forbearance, and the CARES Act? The Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) is the federal statute that governs the mortgage servicing industry and protects your rights under the CARES Act. It is an extremely complex and nuanced statute such that few New...
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What is New Jersey Foreclosure Mediation? I created the video here addressing that question. If you want to understand further, the following is a deeper dive into the topic. So what is it? The foreclosure mediation program is a mediation handled through the court system and set up by Chief Justice Stuart Rabner of the...
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Loan Modification Representation We can reveal your eligibility for a loan modification with a specific lender along with the terms and payment amounts to provide more successful outcomes. Clients have found this helpful in order to make short term and long term financial decisions related to servicing their mortgage debt. We have the resources to...
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Woman Says Bank Foreclosed On Her Home Despite Making Mortgage Payments CBS New York / Pittsburgh November 17, 2017  (Running time 2 min 31 seconds) “I purchased my home Feb. 20, 2004. In 2010 I received through the mail an offer from Bank of America (my mortgage bank), soliciting me for the Making Homes Affordable...
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Homeowners with Loan Modifications No Longer at the Mercy of Banks NJ Supreme Court unanimously rules a loan modification agreement is a permanent agreement and cannot be unilaterally altered by mortgage lenders WESTWOOD, NJ (August 15, 2017) – In a major victory for distressed NJ homeowners, the NJ Supreme Court reversed two lower court decisions and ruled...
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The best time to get a consultation for foreclosure prevention is before you miss a mortgage payment. Many homeowners have told us that it is matter of pride that they maintain control of the situation. However, while they think that they have the situation under control, the loan servicer can be moving them closer and closer to...
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In New Jersey, the trend in foreclosure litigation has been to narrow the defenses available to homeowners almost to the point of non-existence. In light of CFPB Director Richard Cordray’s recent remarks regarding “mandatory pre-dispute arbitration clauses”, Joshua Denbeaux explains how his firm combats this growing problem, by using federal laws enforced by the CFPB...
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Josh Denbeaux, Partner at the law firm of Denbeaux and Denbeaux, makes his inaugural guest appearance on the Financial Consumer Rights Talk program. Today they discuss the latest news relating to the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (SIGTARP) calling for further investigation of servicers it claims may be denying too many...
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