Helping Victims of Mortgage Fraud in New York


Mortgage fraud

There are a variety of types of mortgage fraud that financial institutions can engage in. Some of the types of mortgage fraud that are common involve giving homeowners misleading or false information regarding their loan. Other examples of mortgage fraud involve the utilization of forged, false or fraudulent documents during court proceedings.

Making False Claims in Foreclosure Lawsuits

There have been numerous cases where financial institutions and their attorneys have brought foreclosure lawsuits and made false claims in these lawsuits. Individuals who sign large numbers of affidavits in foreclosure lawsuits without having knowledge of the information in the documents they are signing are often referred to as “robo”-signers. Other examples of mortgage fraud involve overcharging homeowners for foreclosure fees, service fees and failing to work with distressed homeowners with regard to the processing of their mortgage loan modification applications. Banks have a legal obligation in New York State to act in good faith with regard to mortgage modification applications.

Other types of mortgage fraud involve predatory lending issues, sloppy accounting issues and banks failing to maintain the original records concerning the mortgage.

Help For Victims of Mortgage Fraud

If you are the victim of false, misleading documents, or mortgage fraud contact an attorney at our law firm for a free consultation. Our firm has handled scores of cases involving various types of mortgage fraud and we have had successful outcomes in many of these cases. Call us at either 516-561-6645 or 718-350-2802 for a free consultation. Our phones are monitored 24/7.

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