Whether through a short sale, modification, mortgage settlement, bankruptcy protection, or litigation, NJW LAW has achieved excellent results for their clients.
Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) January 17, 2013
Many homeowners still face difficulty with their underwater mortgages despite recent home price appreciation. Often these homeowners are confused as to what solutions may work for their particular situation. Most are unsure if they will qualify for a loan modification, deed in lieu of a foreclosure, HARP 2.0, short sale, bankruptcy, or if they can (or should) file a lawsuit against the lender. In addition, homeowners are confused how the recent government settlements with the major loan servicers affects their rights. NJW LAW, APC has a proven track record of helping homeowners navigate through these difficult and stressful issues.
In 2012, NJW LAW resolved over $100 million in distressed residential mortgage debt. Whether through a short sale, modification, mortgage settlement, bankruptcy protection, or litigation, NJW LAW has achieved excellent results for their clients.
NJW LAW's proven success is accomplished by using a team approach to handle each distressed residential mortgage case. By utilizing this unique approach, NJW LAW is prepared to seamlessly move a file through foreclosure prevention, negotiations, short sale, or bankruptcy. If litigation is necessary, NJW LAW is well equipped and has successfully litigated against several of the largest banks including Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Capital One, and others.
NJW LAW, APC is a boutique law firm that practices in the areas of Real Estate, Bankruptcy and Corporate Law. The firm attentively assists homeowners, Realtors, and investors with solutions for distressed residential real estate mortgage debt.
NJW LAW offers free consultations. If you would like more information you can contact NJW LAW, APC at (949) 273-0044
*Past results are not a guarantee of future success. Each case is different. This is for informational purposes only. Nothing contained herein should be construed as legal advice. We are authorized to practice law in the State of California. You must sign a dually executed retainer agreement with our office to retain our services.