Audits are the most important element in establishing to your lender and regulatory authorities that there is merit and substantive value to your claims, but the audit process is easier than you think.
Choose your preferred audit type by clicking on any web-link and submit your request or speak with our knowledgeable Audit Counselors to determine which Audit Services are best for your situation.
Audits are the most important element in establishing to your lender and regulatory authorities that there is merit and substantive value to your claims.
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After you've submitted your request you will be emailed instructions to complete your order. You will need to complete a brief financial questionnaire so that we can better analyse your situation and asses what happened during your mortgage origination process. The provided Document Checklist will give you further details on how to submit all your loan documents for review.
If you are unable to locate your mortgage paperwork we offer a Professionally Written Demand Letter you can send to your lender requesting all your loan documents.
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Once your audit report is complete what you will be faced with are mostly legal issues. You may wish to speak with your Attorney or access our Nationwide Attorney Network to Sue Your Lender™ for damages. Some past settlements have allowed homeowners to get a principal reduction as low as 95% of current market value. Remember only a Licensed Attorney can best advise you of all your legal rights and remedies for your situation.
Start Your Audit Process Now!
Step 1. Select Your Audit Type
Step 2. Submit Your Closing Documents
Step 3. Review Your Audit Findings