Urgent-Don't Refinance or Close a New Mortgage Without Using the Mortgage Inspection Service to Avoid Overcharges

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Americas Watchdog created the Mortgage Inspection Service to prevent homeowners from being over charged, when they finance or refinance a home loan. Think the mortgage industry has cleaned up its act? Think again. According to the group,"our Mortgage Inspection Service is the oldest, most quoted, and reputable mortgage document inspection service, or mortgage review service in the United States. Because the mortgage industry has yet to clean up its act, we look at every fee on a borrowers Good Faith Estimate, looking for signs of mortgage fee gouging, inflated interest rates, or junk mortgage fees." The group says, there is no service like the Mortgage Inspection Service in the United States, and we typically save the average consumer hundreds, if not thousands of dollars on a mortgage transaction. For more information of the Mortgage Inspection Service please contact the group at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://MortgageInspectionService.Com

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mortgage lenders have not cleaned up their act. If anything, junk mortgage fees, are as bad now as they have ever been. We think this is because with fewer loans, or refinances, some mortgage brokers, or mortgage lenders are doing everything possible to squeeze every penny they possibly can out of the borrower. Our mortgage inspection is designed to prevent this.

Americas Watchdog's Mortgage Inspection Service has been protecting US homeowners, or borrowers about to close on a home loan from being gouged with junk mortgage fees, and or inflated interest rates, for the better part of a decade. The group is saying, "our Mortgage Inspection Service is a truly unique mortgage document inspection, and mortgage review, designed specifically to make sure the consumer gets the absolute best possible deal, and our report is in writing." The Mortgage Inspection Service says,"by putting our mortgage review and inspection in writing, we make it easy for a consumer to see where the mortgage lender has tried to throw in junk mortgage fees, inflate their interest rates, or highlight other areas of concern we have. There is no other service like this in the US, that has our credibility." For more information please contact the Mortgage Inspection Service at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://MortgageInspectionService.Com

But I thought with the mortgage meltdown, mortgage lenders had cleaned up their act? According to the Mortgage Inspection Service,"mortgage lenders have not cleaned up their act. If anything, junk mortgage fees, are as bad now as they have ever been. We think this is because with fewer loans, or refinances, some mortgage brokers, or mortgage lenders are doing everything possible to squeeze every penny they possibly can out of the borrower. Our mortgage inspection is designed to prevent this." Consumers who are about to close on a new home loan, or refinance an existing home loan can call the Mortgage Inspection Service anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://MortgageInspectionService.Com

The Mortgage Inspection Service is saying, "in addition to looking for junk mortgage fees, or inflated interest rates, we also look at title, and closing fees, on a home, or condominium purchase, or refinance. On a typical transaction we normally discover $200+ in closing, or title insurance fee over charges alone."

From a credibility standpoint, the Mortgage Inspection Service, or its sister group the National Mortgage Complaint Center have been featured in Money Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek Magazine, Good Housekeeping Magazine, CBS MarketWatch, the International Times, numerous national publications, or heard on NPR, and seen on CNN.

The Mortgage Inspection Service is saying, "anyone about to finance, or refinance a home should use our $75 mortgage document review, and inspection, if they really want to make certain they are getting the best possible mortgage deal." The group says, "we encourage honest real estate agents, homeowners insurance agents, churches, or organizations to put a link to our web site on theirs. We would also like corporate HR managers to let their employees know about our very unique mortgage document review, inspection, and analysis; all designed to save the consumer money, and or to protect them from being overcharged in a mortgage transaction. For more information please contact the Mortgage Inspection Service anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://MortgageInspectionService.Com

Note from the Mortgage Inspection Service: "If you know of someone who is about to finance, or refinance a home, please share this press release with them." The group says, "these are tough economic times, and the Mortgage Inspection Service is all about protecting consumers, when they finance or refinance a home. As part of our mortgage document inspection, and Good Faith Estimate review, we try everything possible to make sure the consumer gets the best interest rates available, in addition to making sure they are not getting gouged with unnecessary junk mortgage fees."

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