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Blank? Mortgage Requires Some Money Up-Front to Help me With My Mortgage. – Cindy

By on October 4, 2012
Blank? Mortgage Requires Some Money Up-Front to Help me With My Mortgage. – Cindy

“Dear Steve,

Hi my name is Cindy. I tried several times to modify my mortgage loan to a lower monthly payment with my bank. Unfortunately, my bank dined me every time afterwards, they insist I try again later. I began to search for other means to have my mortgage modified. I came across the following companies. Blank? Law Group which stated that they are a part of State Law Group and Blank? Mortgage referred me to view a site call Mortgage Alert.

I am considering both companies in helping me, but both require some money up front. Blank? Mortgage is not asking for money up front, but prefers homeowners/me to view the Mortgage Alert site and pay the fee after the test is over. I need help? I want to keep my home. We brought our home from inheritance left by my decease husband. We put down over $75,000. as a down payment then another $25.000 for repairs. Please help? I have been trying to modify my loan since 2008 moreover; I recently got behind in my mortgage payment this year.

Cindy”

Dear Cindy,

Since I have no idea what companies you are talking about, follow this advice.

I urge you to follow my two guides to evaluate your choice of any company.

You can look at the related articles section of this post to see what has been written about them in the past. The comments on any relevant post may be enlightening as well.

Please post your responses and follow-up messages to me on this in the comments section below.

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