"Projection that the foreclosure crisis is not yet over and how-to use RESPA for fair lending regulations to negotiate with lenders."
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(Atlanta, Georgia) - Think the subprime-mortgage crisis is long over from issues with mortgage-backed securities? Wall Street Mortgage Cancellation Secrets 2019 Edition book release is now live, available exclusively on Amazon for Kindle download and Prime delivery in paperback.
This extremely popular book was originally launched in 2016 and now has been updated with shocking new details for a 2019 expansion. A fan favorite among Amazon customers the book has achieved a Five Star rating and attracted attention around the world because of the knowledge revealed about subprime-mortgage lending practices.
Written by author Kyle Ransom a mortgage securities expert and former mortgage broker with over 16 years of industry experience and 20 plus years of mortgage securities expertise. Ransom feels that the foreclosure crisis is not yet over and the entire matter has been put on hold while lenders try to figure out what to do with mortgages that still have securitization flaws. Also, Ransom reveals there are many mortgages across the United States in a pending status, where lenders might have started the foreclosure process but decided for whatever reasons to not foreclose on the properties.
Many of these mortgages have outstanding balances due from 4 to 6 years. In some instances, the mortgages have not been paid in 8 years. Especially, in judicial states where lenders must have court approval to foreclose. Which puts a future foreclosure crisis in the path of the U.S. economy for a possible crash. This is more bad news for top hardest hit foreclosure states in areas that have not fully recovered from the pre-recession, for peak zip codes with very high and low foreclosure rates.
Ransom says that getting educated on how-to use RESPA for fair lending regulations to negotiate with lenders is the best defense. He warns that homeowners need to understand how TILA violations for fraudulent disclosure in mortgage-backed securities can help negotiations with lenders. Where the purpose may be to get a loan modification that was previously denied approved, a new lower interest rate, reduced principal balance, or foreclosure sale canceled and new mortgage loan terms re-written.
After the success of the first Wall Street Mortgage Cancellation Secrets book, specialty training forms were created upon demand request from individuals who wanted to learn more about rescinding mortgage loans for TILA fraud violations. A strategy that has resulted in many homeowners being able to resolve issues with their mortgage lenders. Ransom further stresses that foreclosure defense attorneys, bankruptcy attorneys, and real estate investors are the largest purchasers of the Mortgage Cancellation Secrets Forms available online:
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