America's Premier Mortgage and Appraisal Examination Firm

MORTGAGE FRAUD EXAMINERS

We find Mortgage Fraud, Appraisal Fraud, Tortious Conduct, Contract Breaches and Legal errors. MFE: #1 Choice of Mortgagors & Attorneys. Better Business Bureau A+ Rating

FACT

If you’re facing foreclosure, you will most likely lose your home.

Why? Because if you missed payments, you have already agreed in your loan security instrument that the creditor can force a sale of your home (and kick you out) using a trustee or a court proceeding.

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Testimonials

The experts turn to us – Mortgage Fraud Examiners

Jon Moseley, Esq. Attorney Jonathon Moseley,

Attorney at Law, Reston, VA–

There’s no comparison. Mortgage Fraud Examiners provides the most exact, comprehensive mortgage and appraisal evaluation available today.

Thomas K. Plofchan, Jr., Esq.Attorney,

Westlake Legal Group, Potomac Falls, VA

Mortgage Fraud Examiners is the ’go to’ firm if you want your lender to negotiate on your terms not theirs. They provide a meticulous analysis of the whole mortgage transaction, identifying breaches, errors, and/or fraudulent conduct

Methodology Verified By FDIC

Have you received a notice of foreclosure on your property?

Do you suspect that you are involved in an unfair or fraudulent loan agreement? Are you looking for a way to save your home? Would you like to cut through all the misinformation and find out what really works? Would you like to learn options that the so-called “gurus” aren’t aware of? If you answered “yes” to any of those questions, the professional team at Mortgage Fraud Examiners can assist you and your attorney with all of these things – and more.

Contract breaches, errors, statutory/regulatory violations, fraudulent appraisals, and other fraudulent conduct cause most mortgages to be legally problematic. In fact, a 2006 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation report found that of the nearly 2,000 financial institutions they assessed the previous year, 1,607 (or 83%) received citations for “significant” compliance violations. The FDIC also examined appraisals and found out of the 259 appraisals reviewed for accuracy, only SEVEN fully complied with professional standards. A whopping 194 of the 259 contained “multiple egregious violations” of regulations and industry standards. CLICK HERE to read the article.

Attorneys who have followed our methodologies have received multi million dollar awards and free title to the homeowner’s property. So, don’t risk the very high likelihood your mortgage contains an expensive error. At Mortgage Fraud Examiners, we know just how costly a missed opportunity can be. For more than 30 years, we have been consulted, retained, and referred to by attorneys, lawyers, trial practitioners, throughout the nation. Put another way, we are the trusted source for litigation support.

Homeowners need to understand that a foreclosure is basically an allegation the homeowner breached the contract by failing to make timely payments. The contract is clear, the borrower promised they would make timely payments, and if they didn’t the lender could take the property. The way attorneys have overcome the homeowner’s breach is to show the lender breached first, identify errors that would void the contract, identify statutory/regulatory violations, identify fraudulent inducement and other fraudulent conduct. And the only way to find these transgressions is to thoroughly examine the whole mortgage transaction, to include the appraisal and any other documents relating to the mortgage transaction. This meticulous examination of your mortgage transaction and appraisal may identify legal defects that would make your mortgage unenforceable and entitle you to compensation or free title to your property.