Homeowners Need To Be Cautious of Pretender Defenders

Nemeroff, Evan
November 2012
National Mortgage News;11/26/2012, Vol. 36 Issue 60, p1
Trade Publication
The article discusses the awareness of homeowners on pretender defenders in the U.S. According to mortgage fraud examiners, common tactic homeowners should be aware on pretender defender in terms of delaying the default foreclosure procedure. It mentions that the homeowners who seek to meet their mortgage payments encountering possible foreclosure use arguments on lawsuits against lenders.


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