Florida Statutes Give Underwater Homeowners a Chance to Fight Back - MortgageSavers.org Takes the Lead in Florida

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Finally a Boca Raton law firm "cracks the code" to illegal assignments and finds relief for homeowners looking to quiet their title while reducing their mortgage balance without "asking" the banks.

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Several years ago, because of the mortgage meltdown, millions of homeowners found themselves in debt, unemployed and upside down on their mortgage. Then mortgage brokers turn to loan modifications and took millions of Americans down a slippery slope to foreclosure.

The problem was that most banks didn’t have the right to modify many of the loans and had no interest in keeping them in their assets. Fast forward a few years and after years of research, a Florida land trust and law firm came up with a way to invalidate certain mortgages that were assigned improperly. They found case law and statutes that gave homeowners an edge in court and started deleting mortgages that were not enforceable.

These statutes are black and white and offer relief to homeowners looking to reduce the amount of debt they have on their homes. Homeowners can be approved for this program in as little as 24 hours and can receive a new mortgage at 80% of today’s value in just 30 days. There is no application fee or any upfront fees at all which makes this program a win-win situation for anyone looking to bring their LTV to 2012 prices.

Anyone interested in this program should contact Mortgage Savers at 800-981-0476 and ask for a free online explanation. An approval can be obtained in 24 hours and anyone can save thousands of dollars of their mortgage principal as well as hundreds of dollars per month. There is no credit check for this program because the approval is based strictly on the property. Finally a place where someone can find real help in a time where homeowners are losing their homes because they are so underwater.

They have launched a video presentation on YouTube and it can be seen: here

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