A better solution to stop foreclosure through mortgage tender negotiations could be a win-win for lenders and homeowners.
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(Atlanta, Georgia) - “Can you rescind and cancel a mortgage loan contract for TILA fraud violations after three years?” That's the number one question causing controversy between homeowners in default trying to stop foreclosure and their mortgage lenders accelerating the loan default. Today, MortgageCancellationSecrets.com released a complete report on Using Mortgage Tender Negotiations For TILA Fraud Violations To Stop Foreclosure, now available on their website for review.
This report is a follow-up to the best-seller 2016 book Wall Street Mortgage Cancellation Secrets first edition released by Kyle Ransom. The book has been updated to include a second edition for 2019, revealing upcoming warnings for a new foreclosure crisis.
The Wall Street Mortgage Cancellation Secrets 2019 New Edition is now also available in paperback. Which the 2019 edition is only exclusive to Amazon for Kindle and Paperback.
Ransom reveals the decision to write this book was based on his extensive knowledge of mortgage securitization for how Wall Street securitized loans work and The Truth in Lending Act of 1968.
This act is a United States federal law designed to promote the informed use of consumer credit, by requiring disclosures about its terms and cost to standardize the manner in which costs associated with borrowing are calculated and disclosed.
He relates that after writing the book, people wanted to learn more about securitization and how TILA Fraud Violations could help rescind and cancel mortgage loan contracts.
Which is also the why Mortgage Cancellation Secrets Forms were developed. To show a step-by-step method to rescind and cancel a mortgage loan contract for TILA fraud violations.
The report explores how is it possible to stop foreclosure using Tender Negotiation for TILA Fraud Violations?
Which he reveals he has consulted foreclosure defense attorneys and bankruptcy attorneys on this same topic.
He further relates that there is a great need for a middle man to negotiate Tender on a mortgage loan contract once a borrower rescinds and cancels the mortgage loan contract.
Which he also stresses that a foreclosure defense strategy to resolve foreclosure conflicts through Tender Negotiations, can be a win-win for the homeowner and the mortgage lender.
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