Defend your home from fraudulent foreclosure


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Defend your home from fraudulent foreclosure

  1. 1. Defend Your Home From Fraudulent ForeclosureVisit us at
  2. 2. Have you ever heard that old saying "the best defense is a good offense?" Thatsame advice is just as true when it comes to foreclosure defense as anythingelse.While it seemed like the crisis of record numbers of foreclosures had started tofinally wane, we may very well not be out of the woods yet when it comes to theforeclosure crisis.The reason we have seen the rate of foreclosures drop so much in the past severalmonths is due to the fact that many of the foreclosures banks were rushing throughwere fraudulent foreclosure. Because so many foreclosures should never havehappened and had not had their documents examined, several courts put a stop toall foreclosure proceedings. Visit us at
  3. 3. Foreclosure fraud on the part of big lenders such as Bank of America, JP MorganChase, GMAC and others was so widespread that 23 states felt the need to put ahold on the judicial review of all foreclosures working their way through the courts.This has been described as widespread, institutionalized foreclosure fraud.Now however, those rates are slowly starting to rise again as banks claim that theyhave their paperwork in order finally, and are no longer employing the use of robosigners on court documents. Or so they claim.Every day we discover that this foreclosure fraud scandal involving robo signers ismore widespread than once thought. Regardless, foreclosures are starting to maketheir way through the courts yet again, and with the rise in foreclosures comes a risein foreclosure fraud. Visit us at
  4. 4. The banks have taken advantage of homeowners for far too long, approvingpredatory loans that they knew borrowers would not be able to keep up thepayments on just to swoop in and foreclose on their homes.The thing is, due to the banks greed and not following proper procedures, they maynot even have the legal right to foreclose on your home.This is why the evidence that securitization audits and forensic loan audits providecan be an invaluable foreclosure defense. These audits will provide a detailedexamination of your loan documents and determine if you are the victim offoreclosure fraud. Visit us at
  5. 5. A securitization audit can be especially helpful in these situations, because it will beable to determine if your home loan has been properly securitized.If it has not, then that means the loan has become separated from the title, and ifthese things are not together as they should be, then your bank may not have anylegal right to foreclose.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 loan audits. Visit us at