Mortgage Loan Modification – What?
In Rialto, California, a Wells Fargo & Co. customer, Richard Cormier, made 8 mortgage payments on a trial mortgage loan modification and on Oct. 12 they told him his home was going to be auctioned at the end of the month. Why? Wells Fargo & Co. informed him that there was some paperwork not in his file. Can’t believe that? Well, you’d better, because this happens all too often with mortgage loan modification paperwork.
Richard stated, “Every time I try to do something they ask, it’s never right”.
Mortgage Loan Modification – Hopeful News For Some?
A spokesperson from Wells Fargo, which is the largest mortgage lender in the U.S., said the mortgage loan modification will be approved. The Hopeful News, if you want to call it that, is that as of June, according to Tom Goyda, a company spokesperson, Wells Fargo has started to designate one employee to take care of a mortgage loan modification from beginning to end. Goyda said this was implemented so that a homeowner “knows who they’re working with”.
Under HAMP guidelines, a final sale for a foreclosure is banned until 30 days after a homeowner has received rejection notification. The foreclosure sale can’t happen until servicers provide foreclosure attorneys with written certification that all mortgage loan modification efforts have been implemented.
Mortgage Loan Modification Nightmare
Bank of America’s Bauwens said in an e-mailed statement , “Our normal policy is to continue with the foreclosure process while we review a customer for a loan modification,” and also stated “If we have not finished our review, we will postpone the foreclosure sale automatically.” However, wouldn’t you agree that the foreclosure process should be stopped when someone is applying for a mortgage loan modificaton?
It can take as long as nine months for many lenders to approve a mortgage loan modification, something that shouldn’t take more than 45 minutes, said Rick Rogers, who is an attorney in Bannockburn, Illinois, who represents homeowners.
“Lenders are overwhelmed,” was said in an interview with Nathalie Martin, a professor at the University of New Mexico School of Law. “A lender is duty-bound to hire enough people to be able to service their loans.”
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