Don’t let the banks ruin your holiday with a predatory foreclosure


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The greed of lenders means that many foreclosures are illegal foreclosures. A securitization audit can help stop an illegal, predatory foreclosure

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Don’t let the banks ruin your holiday with a predatory foreclosure

  1. 1. Don’t Let The Banks Ruin Your Holiday With A Predatory ForeclosureVisit us at
  2. 2. This holiday season, millions of Americans are still struggling to avoid bankruptcyand foreclosure.It is hard to have any holiday cheer when facing the cold hard facts that foreclosurerates remain at record highs and time and time again, homeowners are being takenadvantage of by their lenders by being told that the only options they have will be tolose their home to foreclosure and then file for bankruptcy.What a lot of people don’t realize is that they are only in that situation because of thebanks’ blatant approval of issuing predatory loans. Visit us at
  3. 3. We have seen the greed of predatory lenders such as Bank of America, JP MorganChase, Wells Fargo and others nearly bring this country to its knees over the lastdecade, and even still,we are discovering new examples of how they deliberately put homeowners into badsituations by approving predatory loans that they were well aware the homeownerwould not be able to keep the payments up for. Their greed did not stop there,however.Predatory loans were not enough, they felt the need to engage inpredatory foreclosures as well in order to not only increase their profits, but tocover up the massive amounts of mortgage fraud they had been committing. Visit us at
  4. 4. One of the biggest problems that has lead to an incredible spike in predatory andillegal foreclosure cases around the country is the failure of banks to properlysecuritize home mortgages.Securitization is a process where the title is separated from the home loan so thatthe loan can be traded and sold as a security, in the same way stocks and bonds aretraded on the open market. It is estimated that nearly 85% of all home loans issuedin the last 10 years have gone through this process.Banks would cherry pick and bundle together loans they knew would end updefaulting and then sold them as a “safe” investment. Not only did they commit amassive amount of fraud by doing that, but they also failed to properly follow thesecuritization process. Visit us at
  5. 5. This means that if your lender is attempting to foreclose on your home, they may notactually have any legal right to since they lost track of who actually possesses thetitle. If this has happened to your mortgage, then any foreclosure you are facingmay be an illegal foreclosure.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 atbankruptcy and foreclosure. Visit us at