Getting a notice of foreclosure in the mail is something no one wants and often it's something they least expect. If you have attempted to modified or refinanced your real estate loan your lending institution may still pursue foreclosure. This unwelcome surprise can come out of the blue and can make honest, hardworking homeowners who pay their mortgage faithfully feel like they've been taken advantage of. If this has happened to you and your family, call Business Law Group to discuss your case.
Often, many lending companies, brokers and banks engage in wrongful lending practices. Lenders have certain rules and regulations they must follow, however, they don't always do so. If your loan has been bought and sold numerous times to different lenders, the paper trail may not have been completed properly, resulting in your receipt of a foreclosure notice, even if you've been paying your mortgage. You may have tried to call your lender, only to be transferred to customer service representatives who do not have the authority to assist you or have been promised a callback only to never receive one.
At the Law Firm Of Business Law Group, we can help you avoid a wrongful foreclosure on your real estate. The time line on a foreclosure is very short. If you are dealing with a notice of default or foreclosure on your real estate, contact our office today to speak with an attorney about your case. (760) 431-7771.