Aggressive Queens Foreclosure Defense That Brings Aggressive Queens Foreclosure Defense To A New Level
MFI-Miami has created the most aggressive Queens foreclosure defense team Queens county has ever seen! We are the only aggressive Queens foreclosure defense and mortgage experts with the strength to successfully challenge any Wall Street lender in a Brooklyn or New York courtroom.
MFI-Miami has successfully challenged arrogant foreclosure mill lawyers and brought Wall Street banks to their knees. CEO Steve Dibert has fought to keep 9/11 First Responders in their homes.
In addition, Steve Dibert has stopped lenders from discriminating against people of African and Caribbean descent.
Furthermore, MFI-Miami also has access to a plethora of experts to keep you in your home. MFI-Miami has access to forensic accountants and former FBI agents. MFI-Miami can also call on mortgage compliance experts and collateralized debt experts we can call on if needed.
As a result, this gives MFI-Miami unparalleled strength to challenge any mortgage lender in a Queens courtroom.
We bring aggressive Queens foreclosure defense to a new level!
MFI-Miami has helped hundreds of New Yorkers successfully fight their foreclosures. We have also helped hundreds of our clients secure over $750 million in principal write-downs and discharged mortgages since 2008.
MFI-Miami has also helped keep thousands of New Yorkers in their homes in Long Island and in the Hudson Valley.
Disgraced Foreclosure Lawyer Psycho Mark Stopa Has Tantrum Over Criticism Of His Self-Published Book
Disbarred and disgraced Florida foreclosure lawyer Mark Stopa has self-published a new book. Not only that, it appears he wants to start an astroturf “movement” around it.
The book entitled “PeoplevMoney” is nothing more than an attempt by a delusional and narcissistic Stopa to repair his self-inflicted shattered image. Yes, Mark, I read your book.
Apparently, his astroturf movement is nothing more than an extension of Stopa’s attempt to resuscitate the narcissistic image he has of himself as a midget white Jesus.
The disgraced foreclosure attorney wants to blame a corrupt judicial and political system for his downfall. Carol Asbury attempted to do the same thing before she was hauled off to the big house in 2011. Asbury and two others pleaded guilty to defrauding mortgage lenders in a multi-million dollar straw deal scam.
Federal Prosecutors Accuse Loss Mitigation Services Of Defrauding HUD, Fannie Mae, and Freddie Mac
The owners and co-founders of Loss Mitigation Services are accused of defrauding Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and HUD. Federal prosecutors allege the Massachusetts based short sale company defrauded government agencies on nearly 100 short sale transactions.
Loss Mitigation Services negotiates with lenders and mortgage guarantors approval of short sales in lieu of foreclosure.
A short sale occurs when the mortgage debt on the home is greater than the sale price. As a result, the lender or mortgage owner agrees to take a loss on the transaction.
Prosecutors allege company founders Gabriel Tavarez and Jaime Mulvihill collected fees for acting on behalf of underwater homeowners.
Carrington Mortgage Services Warning! Can Carrington Mortgage Validate Your Mortgage Debt? Probably Not!
Steve Dibert, CEO of internationally-renowned mortgage fraud investigation firm MFI-Miami, announced today that MFI-Miami has discovered serious flaws in the way Carrington Mortgage Services validates debt owed by homeowners. As a result, MFI-Miami has issued a Fay Mortgage Services Warning to homeowners.
MFI-Miami CEO Steve Dibert:
Homeowners need to request their complete mortgage transaction histories from Carrington Mortgage Services and review them. If there is missing information or if something doesn’t look right, they need to contact a lawyer or a properly trained mortgage fraud expert immediately!
MFI-Miami has examined nearly 50 transaction histories from mortgage loans currently serviced by Carrington since 2015. Nearly 30 of these contained serious accounting flaws in the transaction histories. These flaws would call into question the amount homeowners owe on their mortgages. Additionally, MFI-Miami’s team of Forensic CPAs has described Carrington’s transaction histories as a trainwreck.
National Association Of Realtors Bans Pocket Listings
The National Association of Realtors has officially banned the use of pocket listings. The NAR board of directors voted 729-70 on Monday to ban the controversial practice. The NAR stated the practice was controversial because it allowed agents to select who the property is sold to.
Pocket listings were surging in competitive markets in overpriced markets like New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Washington D.C.
A listing agent to use the MLS service to let select realtors know the property was for sale. Realtors would usually list it with code words or with an informal “coming soon” notice. This also allowed them to avoid officially sharing the listing and often retaining a full commission.
Fay Servicing Warning! Can Fay Servicing Validate Your Mortgage Debt? Probably Not!
Steve Dibert, CEO of internationally-renowned mortgage fraud investigation firm MFI-Miami, announced today that MFI-Miami has discovered serious flaws in the way Fay Servicing validates debt owed by homeowners. As a result, MFI-Miami has issued a Fay Servicing Warning to homeowners.
MFI-Miami CEO Steve Dibert:
Homeowners need to request their complete mortgage transaction histories from Fay Servicing and review them. If there is missing information or if something doesn’t look right, they need to contact a lawyer or a properly trained mortgage fraud expert immediately!
MFI-Miami has examined nearly 50 transaction histories from mortgage loans currently serviced by Fay Servicing since 2015. Nearly 30 of these contained serious accounting flaws in the transaction histories. These flaws would call into question the amount homeowners owe on their mortgages. Additionally, MFI-Miami’s team of Forensic CPAs have described Fay Servicing transaction histories as everything from a mess to a train wreck.
The former Wells Fargo banker assisted Benjamin McConley and Jason Van Eman who held themselves out as film producers and financiers.
The indictment charges that McConley and Van Eman promised the victims that they would match the victims’ cash contribution. As a result, they would then use the combined funds to secure financing from financial institutions in South Florida and elsewhere.