Veterans United Overcharged the VA and I Want My Eligibility Back

Question: Dear Steve, I purchased a house using my VA. The VA appraiser appraised what wasn’t there. However I after moving in found out it required over $30,000 in permits, plans, and work to be livable, without penalties or fines. I asked Veterans United what to do; they told me to deed in lieu. The … Read more

A Bunch of Attorneys Couldn’t Stop Ocwen From Foreclosing on My Home

Question: Dear Steve, Part 1: Reaching out for help July of 2007, I made a loan of seven hundred thousand (interest only) with IndyMac Mortgage Service. I secured the loan with my property which is a duplex. My family and I live in one unit and the other unit rented out. I borrowed this money … Read more

Preferred Law Loses Mortgage Relief Scam Ruling to FTC

The U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada has ruled in favor of the Federal Trade Commission in a case against the operators of a scheme that deceived financially distressed homeowners by falsely promising to make their mortgages more affordable. The defendants also charged consumers illegal advance fees and unlawfully told consumers not to … Read more