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Fact that they are wrongful foreclosures


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Banks have been guilty of wrongful foreclosure actions for too long, fight back with a securitization audit

Banks have been guilty of wrongful foreclosure actions for too long, fight back with a securitization audit

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  • 1. Fact That They Are Wrongful ForeclosuresVisit us at
  • 2. The amount of homeowners who suddenly find themselves facing awrongful foreclosure is staggering. The only good news is that predatorylenders engaging in such practices are finally being exposed for the criminals thatthey are.Nobody is buying their excuse that wrongful foreclosures that were pushed throughby using robo signing techniques is merely a “procedural irregularity” anymore. Weare all aware that the claims of “harmless errors” by predatory lenders such asGMAC, Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase and others were nothing but blatantlies.If that wasn’t bad enough, a recent government review of the quality-assuranceprocesses of the MERS database discovered that it could not be trusted. The solepurpose of MERS is to keep track and be able to identify who owes what to whom. Visit us at
  • 3. If that information cannot be verified as accurate, then that can mean disaster foranyone who would potentially like to one day own a home as well as people whoalready own homes, because this discovery means that upwards of 50% of homesbought and sold over the last decade have uncertain and unmarketable titles.If your bank is attempting to foreclose on you, there is a good chance that this couldbe a wrongful foreclosure and that the bank may no longer possess the title toyour home due to their blatant disregard for following proper securitizationguidelines.If that has happened to your home loan, and you are facing the threat of foreclosure,then that would mean that any foreclosure action taken by your bank would in factbe part of a wrongful foreclosure. In order to determine if you are a victim of awrongful foreclosure and create a solid foreclosure defense in order to fight it, youshould have a securitization audit performed on your home loan documents. Visit us at
  • 4. Having your home loan undergo a securitization audit is a must if you suspectmismanagement of your mortgage or are possibly facing foreclosure. With the helpof a securitization audit, you potentially gain very tangible evidence to help you incourt, stop foreclosure proceedings, and bring about the end of a wrongfulforeclosure proceeding on your property.Banks hate these audits because they are so detailed and so good at exposingfraud on the part of mortgage lenders. With the evidence provided by asecuritization audit, many times the bank will try to settle as soon as yourdocuments are submitted. Visit us at
  • 5. This is why if you need foreclosure help, you should not hesitate to contact TilaSolutions to give you the foreclosure help you need. For over a decade, TilaSolutions has been looking out for the homeowner with their forensic loan audits andsecuritization audits.If you need help stopping foreclosure, a Tila Solutions Consultant is available bytelephone at (702) 508-0335. Or you can visit the Tila Solutions website atforensic audits. Visit us at