Fight Your Mortgage Lender with a Securitization Audit

Fight Your Mortgage Lender with a Securitization Audit

The Banks and other Mortgage Lenders have committed Fraud in many cases. In many cases, they have lied about who actually made the loan, they have lied about who owns the loan, and they have forged recorded documents and failed to file other required documents. From about 2002 to 2008, most Mortgage Loans were pooled and transferred into Securitization Trusts on Wall Street. Most of those Securitization Trusts were REMICs (Real Estate Mortgage Investment Conduits) so the Trust didn’t have to pay taxes, but they often failed to do the paperwork right, and violated their REMIC status, and, if you complain, you could get their REMIC status revoked and cause them to pay $ Billions in back taxes. By failing to do the paperwork right, they also violated their Pooling and Servicing Agreement, which violated New York law as a result. At AmericanLoanAudits.com we can analyze your loan documents, recorded documents and analyze your loans status in the Securitization Trust with analyses of Bloomberg’s database for the Trust your Mortgage Loan was pooled into. We can provide you with a full Securitization Audit for only $1,500 in most cases (about half of what others charge). The Audit should provide you with the ammunition you need to assist a lawyer to help you either in court or by other methods.