Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates Helps a Distraught La Quinta California Homeowner with Yet Another Foreclosure Trustee Sale Reversal, To the Delight of Homeowner

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Distraught California resident receives a Foreclosure Trustee Sale Reversal thru the help of the Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates after being denied meaningful assistance for over a decade.

Ms. Svetlana C. originally purchased her home in La Quinta California on 10/04/2005 thru now defunct Country Wide Home Loan with a then very popular mortgage loan that was fixed for only a few years then would turn adjustable.

Not unlike many American Homeowners Ms. Svetlana started having trouble with her mortgage in 2008 receiving her first Notice of Default in June of 2009. Struggling to get meaningful assistance from even one lender only to have her loan transferred to another added to her endless frustration.

Ms. Svetlana’s troubled home loan was in and out of default various times for the past decade without ever really being permanently resolved. Her home of fourteen years was auctioned off at the Court house steps on June 19th 2019 by the last lender that held her troubled mortgage.

The Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates, is the Financial Literacy division of the faith-based ‘Serve All Help All’ and holds a 501 C3 credential issued by the Federal Government. The Nonprofit Legal Clinic, thru its Senior Legal Services Director Attorney Peter Nisson, focuses on helping struggling homeowners avoid becoming homeless thru foreclosure by offering completely free legal Loan Modification help and other more aggressive expert Loss Mitigation strategies. The Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates also helps those already homeless by asking its clients to voluntarily donate bags of canned goods and nonperishables in exchange for its completely free pre-foreclosure assistance and make voluntary donations to Veterans OC outreach upon being successful in obtaining their clients a loan modification. Veterans OC helps feed and house homeless U.S Veterans. Some of those U.S Vets that were previously struggling with homelessness are now employed thru the Nonprofit Clinic learning a new trade and being of service to others in need of assistance.

Attorney Peter Nisson, a Veteran Appellate Attorney licensed in California for 45 years, had his team refer Ms. Svetlana to Attorney Anthony Cara’s Consumer Defense Law Group for litigation against her lender. Attorney Peter Nisson just confirmed that the Trustee Sale Auction was officially reversed and the property has reverted back into Ms. Svetlana’s name.

The Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates main goal is to properly inform you of all viable options available to you to avoid continued hardship that can result in foreclosure. To provide you with enough information and resources to make the best long term decision for you and your family. For assistance call 1-855-622-2435, (855) NACA-HELP or visit them at http://www.NACAlaw.org.

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