Residential Real Estate Transactions
At Brien Law Group, we provide skilled and knowledgeable representation to individuals in real estate transactions. As the recent past has shown, bad real estate deals can be disastrous both for the people involved and for the economy as a whole. We are here to make sure the real estate transactions you enter in are successful.
Putting together a solid real estate deal is a skill that comes with experience. Attorney Joseph Brien has advised clients on real estate transactions for 18 years. From the beginning of a deal to the end, attorney Brien helps clients with their real estate questions, including:
- Buy / Sell Agreements
- Short Sale
- Short Refinance
- Short Pay
- Mortgages & Refinancing
- Real Estate Purchase Agreements
- Residential Real Estate Closings
To find out how our experienced Broward county real estate lawyers can assist you? Contact Us 1-888-828-9009 or 954-320-9460
Our credentials provide a solid foundation for professional assistance to Florida homeowners facing foreclosure.
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FORENSIC LOAN AUDIT: POTENTIAL LENDER COMPLIANCE VIOLATION
A forensic loan audit answers compliance violations!
Our forensic loan audits are comprehensive and thorough. An in-depth forensic audit helps us identify fraudulence in your loan documentation so we can use it as legal leverage to hold your bank accountable. If there are any violations or signs of fraud in your mortgage, the forensic loan audit will identify them. With the law on your side, we can help you to get out of a bad mortgage and remain in your home.
What is a forensic loan audit?All mortgages must comply with fair lending laws. Any error or omission on the part of a lender or their agents constitutes a violation. Our forensic loan auditors verify compliance with the following laws:
- State and Federal Predatory Lending Laws
- Real Estate Settlement & Procedures Act (RESPA)
- Truth in Lending Act (TILA)
- Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA)
- Fair Housing Act (FHA)
- Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) and more
Mistakes such as these can compel banks to work with you as opposed to foreclosure.
Why do you want a forensic loan audit? Simply put, to create legal leverage. With this kind of leverage, your lender will not only have to listen, but also be held accountable for the laws that were violated. It has been estimated that over 85% of adjustable rate mortgages (ARMs) reveal violations in RESPA (Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act), TILA (Truth in Lending Act), predatory lending, and real estate and mortgage fraud. In some cases, it is alleged that you were set up to fail from the start.
Need a South Florida Real Estate or Foreclosure Defense Attorney? 1-888-828-9009 or 954-320-6940
If you need the assistance of a South Florida Foreclosure Defense Attorney, please call us at 954-320-6940 or toll free at 1-888-828-9009 for a free, confidential consultation and for legal guidance.