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You Can Save Your Home Today

Have you received a notice of foreclosure on your home? Do you suspect that you are involved in an unfair loan agreement? Are you looking for a way to save your home? Would you like to cut through all the misinformation and find out what really works? Learn options available to you that the news media isn’t telling you? If you answered “yes” to any of those questions, the professional team at Mortgage Fraud Examiners can assist you with all of these things – and more.

Lost notes, contract breaches, appraisal scams, and fraud all cause mortgages to be legally problematic. In fact, a 2006 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation report found that of the nearly 2,000 financial institutions they assessed the previous year, 1,607 (or 83%) received citations for “significant” compliance violations. Don’t risk the likelihood that your mortgage contains an expensive error. At Mortgage Fraud Examiners, we know just how costly a missed opportunity can be. For more than 30 years, we have been consulted, retained, and referred to by attorneys, lawyers, trial practitioners, financial consultants, and consumer homeowners throughout the nation. Put another way, we are the trusted source for professional counsel regarding fraud examination and foreclosure defense.

Examine The Mortgage Transaction

Countless homeowners/attorneys can affirm that we are the leading authority in helping homeowners retain their home.  Moreover, the homeowners who have used our services/methodologies have received multimillion dollar awards, free title to their properties, and every conceivable settlement over 90%* of the time.

We are particularly adept at uncovering evidence that can be used as the conclusive evidence to your foreclosure defense case. THE EVIDENCE THAT WE UNCOVER COULD:

  • Make your mortgage agreement unenforceable
  • Entitle you to compensation, and/or free title to your property
  • Negotiate a settlement on your terms, not the banks

If your matter is of urgent nature, contact us now to speak with a member of our firm directly.

Get Started Now

Loan modifications should only be as a last-resort option. Before you go to a predatory lender to request a loan modification, we can conduct a thorough analysis that can help you find out if you have grounds for challenging the legal merit of your mortgage. If you modify your loan, you may waive any claims that you have to go after a lender. Doing so could potentially bar any future attempts to put a stop to your foreclosure. Our specially trained examiners can:

  • Forensically exam your appraisal and mortgage documents
  • Expose any evidence suggesting fraud or other tortuous conduct
  • Determine if there are errors, contract breaches, and/or violations of statutes/regulations
  • Provide evidence to force a predatory lender to stop the foreclosure process
  • Provide strategies for negotiation on your terms, not the banks

Find out what we can do for you today by requesting a consultation to begin the forensic document analysis process. We can conduct a thorough analysis of your mortgage transaction that leaves no stone unturned when looking for inconsistencies and errors. Avoid foreclosure with our help! If you wish to learn more About Us or about Our Services , contact our office today.

One of our testimonials:

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Worth Every Single Cent

Mar 14, 2014 |  I give this company and its work product a 5-star (Excellent) rating. I have seen several mortgage examination reports prepared by Mortgage Fraud Examiners (MFE). I consider them highly practical works of evidence-art, compared to the mostly useless dreck from so-called loan and securitization/chain of title auditors. MFE’s examiners obviously know the law and rules of evidence quite well, for the reports document causes of action in a way that attorneys can get admitted into evidence in a tort, contract breach, or legal error complaint or counter/cross-claim against the lender or lender’s agents. This means borrowers can save money by using the information in the reports to craft a Notice of Grievance/Error for the servicer and lender to chew on, and successfully negotiate a settlement favorable to the borrower as a result. I don’t know of any firm with the technical competence and skill of Mortgage Fraud Examiners in examining mortgages. If causes of action exist, they will find them. Because of this, the mortgage examination report is worth every single cent the firm charges for the examination.
Bob HurtIndependent Publisher and OmbudsmanMortgage AttackClearwater, FL