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Answer: Because mortgage loans are frequently sold, you may not know who really owns your mortgage loan. Often, the servicer you pay each month is not the owner. By law, if your mortgage loan is sold, the new owner is required to send you a notice within 30 days of the effective date of the transfer disclosing: 1) the name, address, and telephone number of the new owner; 2) the effective date of the transfer; and 3) whether the transfer in ownership is recorded in the public records.
If you are unsure who owns your mortgage loan, there are several ways to find the answer.
Answer: There could be several reasons.
There may be another reason. You should send a Request for Information
Answer: Although the principal and interest portion of your monthly payment will not change with a fixed loan, your monthly payment may increase (or decrease) because of changes in escrow items, i.e., property taxes, homeowner’s insurance, etc. Make sure any changes are legitimate by checking with your taxing authority and your insurance company. If you still have questions, send a Request for Information. If questions or problems persist, get professional assistance.
Answer: You may end up in default due to servicer errors or manipulation of your escrow account. Hopefully, you have been keeping good records of your payments. You should send a Request for Information asking for a transaction history and hire McDonnell Property Analytics to perform a Financial Forensic Examination.
Answer: There are steps you can take to stop a foreclosure.
Answer: Possibly, but this requires a specific analysis that even many attorneys do not know how to conduct. You should contact McDonnell Property Analytics to analyze potential defects in the foreclosure procedures and notice(s) of default.
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