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Hi to all - at the last telephone conference, I asked if any of you have issues with folks not being represented and being pressured by the attorney for beneficiary, to close out in bad faith because of the lack of representation. I was also…Continue
I volunteer with the kitsap DRC. I have my first referral from dept of Commerce. The Kitsap DRC was setting up the mediation for me. It's tentatively set for 10/18.However, the bank won't sign the DRC's mediation agreement. their attorney says the…Continue
In the typical case I have, the beneficiary provides an NPV analysis as part of its analysis when there has been a denial of a modification. In only one of my cases has anyone contested the NPV analysis. In that case, the borrower represented…Continue
Has anyone dealt with the VA preventing a loan modification for a vet by fouling up the vet's benefits? I have a case in which a disabled vet is trying to prevent foreclosure of his house, but can't get the servicer to approve a loan modification…Continue