Foreclosure

Are you affected by the National Mortgage Settlement?

Are you affected by the National Mortgage Settlement? 

Do you qualify for a cash payment from your lender as a result of your foreclosure?

Are you struggling to make your mortgage payment and need a loan modification?

Do you wish you could refinance but are too underwater?

In February of this year five of the largest mortgage servicers reached a settlement agreement […]

By |April 2nd, 2014|Foreclosure|0 Comments|

Abdallah Law Group – Stopping a Foreclosure

Abdallah Law Group – Stopping a Foreclosure
The attorneys at Abdallah Law Group handle business and real estate matters. We are successful California attorneys who are not afraid of any challenge. For help with issues such as bankruptcies, loan modifications or foreclosures, contact the firm in Sacramento, California at 916.446.1974

Robosigning

Robosigning
“Robosigning” is a term created and popularized in light of the recent scandals involving the mortgage foreclosure crisis.  As a new term, it does not have an official legal definition, but refers to the process of “mass signing” forged or fraudulent documents relating to mortgage foreclosure.  Notaries have been involved in robosigning by acknowledging the robosigned documents and […]

By |April 2nd, 2014|Foreclosure|0 Comments|

California’s Tender Rule

California’s Tender Rule in Foreclosure Suits: Any way around it?

In a nutshell, the “Tender Rule” holds that when a homeowner sues their lender for wrongful foreclosure, they must show that they are ready, willing and able to pay the full amount due on the loan.  Courts have felt that it’s wasteful to rule on wrongful foreclosure claims if the […]

By |March 30th, 2014|Foreclosure|0 Comments|

Stopping a Foreclosure Sale

When a homeowner is facing foreclosure, he may not know what to do to stop the sale even if he believes that he has rights to keep his home.  In some states, foreclosures are done “judicially,” which means the foreclosing party must begin the process in court.  In California, however, homeowners are subject to nonjudicial foreclosures.  This means that […]

By |March 29th, 2014|Foreclosure|0 Comments|

Dual-track foreclosures

Despite the landmark Homeowners Bill of Rights legislation of 2012 which outlawed various dishonest lending practices, banks and servicers are still performing dual-track foreclosures in California.

For those of you not familiar with the term, “duel-tracking” occurs when a servicer engages a borrower in the loan modification application process while at the same time the trustee continues to file and […]

By |March 26th, 2014|Foreclosure|0 Comments|