National Mortgage Complaint Center Expands Its Free Mortgage Junk Fee Review For Homeowners Who Refinanced In Late 2009/2010 & Blasts HUD For New GFE

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The National Mortgage Complaint Center is dramatically increasing its investigation of national title insurance companies, and or national mortgage banks up-charging third party costs. At the same time the group is blasting the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development for their new Good Faith Estimate. According to the group, "from credit reports, to junk title fees, the US title, mortgage industries have gone right back to their old ways, and we need to put an end to it. If a homeowner, especially a woman has financed, or refinanced their mortgage since August of 2009, and wants to know if they were taken advantage of, on junk mortgage fees, call us." The National Mortgage Complaint Center is also saying, "what and the Hell was HUD thinking with the new Good Faith Estimate format, introduced on January 1, 2010. Only the IRS could have come up with something more complicated, and or less transparent." For more information please contact the National Mortgage Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at http://NationalMortgageComplaintCenter.com.

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At no cost we will inspect the second page of a HUD-1 Settlement Statement to see how bad the consumer/homeowner was over charged-for free. The caveat is the finance, or refinance must have occurred after July of 2009.

The National Mortgage Complaint Center is saying, "Financial reform, or oversight is a myth in the mortgage industry, that is way over rated. You'd think after the US mortgage meltdown of 2007, banks & major US title insurance companies would have cleaned up their act. Wrong. We are right back to the way it was." The group says, "At no cost we will inspect the second page of a HUD-1 Settlement Statement to see how bad the consumer/homeowner was over charged-for free. The caveat is the finance, or refinance must have occurred after July of 2009." The group is also mocking the Department of Housing & Urban Developments new Good Faith Estimate. They say, "What was HUD thinking when they came up with the new Good Faith Estimate format. Morons! Where are the mortgage fees listed? Did the mortgage industry come up with this new format-courtesy of a campaign donation to Senator Dodd, or Congressman Barney Frank?" For more information please call the National Mortgage Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://NationalMortgageComplaintCenter.com.

The Specifics Of The National Mortgage Complaint Center's Free National Junk Mortgage Fee Inspection Include:

  • Was a homeowners credit report fee up-charged during a August 2009-June 2010 mortgage refinance, or home purchase?
  • Was a homeowner overcharged by a national title insurance/mortgage banks courier fees, in a August 2009-June 2010 refinance, or home purchase?
  • Was a homeowner over charged with up-charged notary fees by a national title insurance, mortgage bank's August 2009-June 2010 refinance, or home purchase?
  • Was a homeowner victimized by up-charged Tax Certification-or-Flood Certification fees, in a home refinance, or purchase from August 2009-June 2010?
  • Was a homeowner who refinanced their home after August of 2009 told, "California, and most US states have statutory requirements, that allow for a discounted title insurance premium-if the homeowner re-uses their existing title insurance companies?"

Special Note From The National Mortgage Complaint Center, "We also want to hear from former title insurance company employees about under the table kickbacks, and pay offs to mortgage brokers, real estate agents, banks, and State Insurance Commissioners. Its still a huge problem, and we intend to expose it."

The National Mortgage Complaint Center is offering this free mortgage document review for homeowners, who refinanced after July of 2009, as a way to level the playing field for all future US homeowners. For more information please contact the National Mortgage Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://NationalMortgageComplaintCenter.com.

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