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Loan Modification Attorney Watonwan County, MN (Minnesota)


Loan Modification Attorney Watonwan County, MN (Minnesota)

Author:

C Thompson

 

This blog is to inform those of you in Watonwan County, MN who are looking for guidance when searching for a legit loan modification third party negotiator. So many homeowners are being taken advantage of or being ripped of by companies who portray themselves to be something they're not. The fact of the matter is that 75% of loan modification companies are either scam artists or inexperienced and misleading. Your best bet is to stay clear of these so called "loan modification companies" or "attorney-based loan modification companies" and seek help from a licensed Attorney.

Even finding an Attorney who is affordable and have some sort of money back guarantee can be a task in itself. Aside from that, it's important the Attorney you choose has relationships with with lenders and are experienced in negotiating with them. Your Attorney also has to be familiar with your state's laws, regulations, and guidelines that pertain to your rights as a homeowner. Most banks lend money on a national basis. If you are looking for a Loan Modification Attorney in Watonwan County, MN (Minnesota), you can rest assure your search is not limited to just Watonwan County. Reportedly, as of August 1, 2009, there were 7 foreclosures and foreclosure filings combined in Watonwan County, MN. Compared to the nation's millions, this is a very small number. If you choose a local Attorney their contact with the lenders are minimal. To have an Attorney that can provide nationwide assistance is powerful. Most likely, if you choose an Attorney or Law Firm provides loss mitigation services on a national level, the lenders deal with them on a regular basis and are familiar with them more so then a small local Attorney. Therefore, you will end up with more favorable results.

Most distressed homeowners are in desperate need of help, and doing this sort of research is overwhelming. So what I have done is my own research on individual Attorneys to ensure they are established and reputable.

I have complied a handful of Attorneys and Law Firms who:

1. Are  in good standing with the Bar Association
2. Are actual licensed Attorneys who will be representing you and negotiating for you.
3. Have proof of success
4. Have passed my legitimacy test (scam free, and researched thoroughly through reliable resources.)
5. Have reasonable fees
6. Have the clients best interest in mind
7. Are structured and organized
8. Are in compliance with federal regulations and guidelines
9. Are helping homeowners in Watonwan County, MN


As you can see this takes a lot of footwork and many hours to develop. Each Attorney or Law Firm is unique in their own way and offer different services and have variable, but affordable fees.

What I will do is discuss with you one on one about your unique situation. I will then determine your eligibility, and will decide which one of these reputable Attorney's will suit your specific needs. Once you are on board with a specific Law Firm, (which I will help you with) you and I will stay in contact throughout the entire process if you wish. I do not charge a fee to provide this information to you. I am so fed up with all of the scams. I am a Christian and feel it is my personal duty to stand up for the people and provide honest answers.

I have compiled many blogs which provide valuable information for homeowners in need of assistance. I feel consumers are entitled to ample information when making a decision that involves their most valuable asset, their home.

To view the foreclosure process for Minnesota click here.

More helpful Blogs:

How to Avoid Loan Modification / Loss Mitigation Scams

Loan Mitigation Services FAQ's

Investors Facing Foreclosure

Why won't my lender won't work with me?

www.KeepYourProperty.info

 


If you find this information useful, please comment. Thanks!

 

 

 

Watonwan County Cities: Saint James Foreclosures, Butterfield Foreclosures, Lewisville Foreclosures, Madelia Foreclosures, Darfur Foreclosures, La Salle Foreclosures, Odin Foreclosures.

 

C Thompson

Account Manager

Call me: 

Fax: 206-203-1890

Email me: keepyourproperty911@gmail.com

 

Comment balloon 3 commentsC. Thompson • October 20 2009 06:31PM

Comments

Thanks for writing another informative post for us today. Best to you.

Posted by Eric Villaverde (DoubleTree Home Inspection Services L.L.C.) almost 9 years ago

how much do you charge for a home loan modification?

Posted by ivan dennis over 8 years ago
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