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Thursday, April 12, 2007



"mortgage consultants" are the one who support to rescue the borrowers from foreclosure and the laws designed to prevent foreclosure rescue fraud. Apparently the rise in foreclosures is leading to a corresponding rise in such scams.

Adriana Lyn

Do you have any advice on credit repair specialists at ? I need credit repair and am still in college. Im only 20 and have bad credit from credit cards. My uncle said they are legitimate but the internet says that you need to watch out.


Although it may seem as though the bank would actively want to pursue the foreclosure and get it off the books, so to speak, many large lenders are working on hundreds or thousands of foreclosed properties. Many of the owners will simply give up on the home or be too frightened to ask for more time. The ones that are seriously looking into ways to stop foreclosure, though, will be able to convince the bank that they deserve more time. The bank would willingly offer more time to solve the problem, and it is easy enough to postpone the foreclosure auction. The extra fees and interest will just be added to the balance in the end, anyway, and be counted as an even larger tax deduction for the lender.



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Jack Payne

The Rescuers have a funny way of ending up with their clients' homes in their own names, in so many instances. Beware of the bailout pitches--especially the ones that offer "temporary" shifts in ownership.

Darin Frantz

There are also many reputable companies out there that do not take advantage of home owners. We try and help them save their homes and stop the foreclosure.

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