New York State Orders Mortgage Servicers To Give 90-Day COVID-19 Mortgage Relief To New York Homeowners
Governor Andrew Cuomo and New York State orders lenders and mortgage servicers to step up their mortgage relief efforts. The New York Department of Financial Services demanded servicers let certain residents skip their mortgage payments for 90 days.
Cuomo announced the statewide 90-day mortgage relief period on Thursday.
NYDFSis directing mortgage servicers to offer several options to the state’s residents:
Waiving mortgage payments based on financial hardship
No negative reporting to credit bureaus
Grace period for loan modification
No late payment fees or online payment fees
Postponing or suspending foreclosures
NYDFS also sent letters to the mortgage servicers that operate in the state:
New York Coronavirus Update: Cuomo And Albany Say, “Full Steam Ahead!” For Foreclosure Lawsuits And Auctions!
New York Coronavirus update! The coronavirus pandemic has shut down NYS and local governments except for essential personnel. The pandemic has also shut down schools. Office buildings and businesses are closed. As a result, people can’t go to work.
Yet, the courts are open in a limited fashion across New York. Attorneys can still file documents and yes, they can still file foreclosure complaints. Albeit, electronically. The NYS court system is still moving ahead with foreclosure filings and foreclosure auctions.
Several counties including the boroughs of New York City have enacted eviction moratoriums. However, the courts are still chugging along with foreclosure lawsuits and auctions. The NYS court system is allowing banks to ram foreclosures through in less than 6 months.
New York Zombie Foreclosure Warning: An Army Of Bottom Feeding Lawyers Are On The March To Shake You Down!
MFI-Miami is issuing a New York Zombie Foreclosure Warning!
Armies of bottom-feeding lawyers armed with thousands of New York Zombie foreclosures coming! They are barging down the doors of courthouses across New York like Walmart shoppers on Black Friday hoping for free money for their clients.
This time around its not first lien holder seeking deficiency judgments. It’s the servicers for the second mortgage who have risen from the dead like a horde of zombie.
Homeowners who faced foreclosure in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis could be served at any time. It was assumed these lenders wrote off the debt or accepted short payoffs from the first lien holder.
Most foreclosure victims have moved on with their lives. They have also made their foreclosure a distant memory. They are now back to sipping their Pabst Blue Ribbons and enjoying the benefits of a robust economy.
JPMorgan Chase Alert! It’s More Than Likely JPMorgan Chase Can’t Validate Your Mortgage Debt Or Prove Standing To Foreclose On Your Old WaMu Loan!
MFI-Miami Has Issued A JPMorgan Chase Alert! JPMorgan Chase Inherited a Nightmare From WaMu
JPMorgan Chase acquired Washington Mutual’s mortgage assets in 2008. Little did they know that a decade later they would still be fighting costly foreclosure battles over them. These legal battles have become so costly for JPMorgan Chase they began selling the loans and the servicing rights at fire-sale prices.
JPMorgan Chase became so desperate to dump these mortgages, they are selling them in the middle of foreclosure litigation. I have already had this happen in five of my foreclosure cases involving old Washington Mutual loans.
The Legal Games Of JPMorgan Chase Lawyers
JPMorgan Chase lawyers have also purposely postponed trial dates just so they could sell the loan at top dollar.
Chase and their lawyers know most of these mortgages are unenforceable and are garbage. They have their lawyers file the foreclosure anyway under the assumption that homeowners and their lawyers are idiots. After all, most attorneys doing foreclosure defense are idiots. Foreclosure mill attorneys are also betting they can intimidate the judge.
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MFI-Miami has created the most aggressive Queens foreclosure defense team for aggressively stopping Queens foreclosures! We are also the only foreclosure and mortgage experts with the strength to successfully challenge any lender in a Queens courtroom.
MFI-Miami has become a lender’s worst nightmare. Why? MFI-Miami has successfully challenged some of the most arrogant foreclosure mill lawyers and lenders in Queens.
Steve Dibert has also helped keep lenders from discriminating against Hispanics and people of African and Caribbean descent. How? By stopping Queens foreclosures. In addition, he has helped keep combat veterans in their homes.
NYS Courts Are Fast-Tracking Foreclosures As Real Estate Vultures Stalk New York Homeowners
Real estate vultures are watching you on the internet. They are waiting for the perfect moment to strike so they start pecking at your financial carcass. In addition, you may not even know they stole your house out from under you until it is too late.
They know you are in foreclosure and they are waiting for you to lose your house. They know that the courts in New York are fast-tracking foreclosures. Matter of fact, New York courts are moving faster than Florida did under the rocket docket.
The days of New York foreclosures taking 4-5 years are history. The courts have foreclosures down to less than 6 months. This is not good for homeowners wanting to fight their foreclosures.
Homeowners need to be prepared to fight their lenders. As soon as homeowners get served foreclosure papers, they need to come out of the gate swinging. Lenders are also motivated to take your house by any means necessary and as quickly as possible due to market conditions.
Attom Data Solutions Says Residential Foreclosure Rates Dropped 20% On Average.
A new report from Attom Data Solutions indicates residential home foreclosure rates dropped 20% in the third quarter. The report shows the New York metro area, South Florida and Los Angeles all showed double-digit declines.
Attom says 143,105 properties had foreclosure filings from July through September of this year. This is down from nearly 172,000 over the same period last year. The numbers include default notices, scheduled auctions or bank repossessions. The reports also indicate foreclosure rates are at the lowest level since the second quarter of 2005.
Foreclosure reports from month to month can be volatile. However, the data could indicate the market is not at the level of distress it was prior to the last recession. It could also mean that despite numerous indicators showing a slowdown in the housing market, borrowers have yet to default on their payments.