Once a mortgage has been securitized the bank no longer holds the title to the loan. And when they do not hold title, they can not legally foreclose.
Persuading a Trustee or Judge to compel production of hard to find or non-existent documents can, at the very least, delay foreclosure buying you time and turning up the pressure on the lender to renegotiate the mortgage.
Whereas Quiet Title Action clears specific issues such as broken Chains of Titles on home loans and serve a primary purpose of eliminating any and all clouds, thus allowing the property to be free of all liens.
Learn why so many Professionals, Consumer Advocates and Attorney Law Firms consistently rely on Nationwide Default Solutions to help uncover –
Securitization of the Mortgage Note, Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems (MERS) violations, Robo Signing, Notary Fraud, Negligent/Fraudulent Misrepresentations, Breach of Contract, Lack of Good Faith and Fair Dealings, Unfair and Deceptive Practices, Elder Abuse and more.
While a Forensic Audit only looks at faults and violations to do with RESPA and TILA, a Securitization Audit discloses whether your loan has been securitized and therefore is not owned by your lender.