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Fri May 19, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
What house? You did not provide a link or address. Buying a foreclosure is the same as buying a regular house. The difference is most foreclosures in NYC require 100% cash because lenders will not give you a loan. Also most foreclosures require major renovations and repairs. You will need to pay for this and in NYC, contractors are expensive.
You need to work with a realtor BUT most realtors in NYC refuse to work with foreclosures because the time involved is not worth it. The commissions earned is much smaller than buying a regular home.
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Mon May 15, 2017
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Wed May 3, 2017
bluskydev answered:
Hello Wamu to Chase Foreclosure & Pre-Foreclosure Victims! There is hope for those who DO NOT GIVE UP.

For the past 9 years I have learned, & now know the truth and can assist your litigation efforts on the best possible road to settlement.

JP Morgan Chase can and will do anything they can to foreclose & steal your home, especially if your property is situated in the Non Judicial states.

Chase has set aside billions to settle any case that may pierce their disconnected right to your Wamu origination.

I represent a network of professionals who know how to navigate successfully & pierce this very issue of Chases' fraudulent presumption of ownership right to your purported loan with Wamu.

Although many of you know of what Chase is now fraudulently acting on after entering into a "voluntary transfer" of certain assets & liabilities & not by merger via the purchase & assumption agreement, you may not be aware that recent case decisions and credible admissable testimony easily defeats this as a defense by Chase.

But this is the rabbit hole Chase wants you to go down.....& we may not even need to addtess this issue.

There are many details & pre-existing conditions (depending on your individual circumstances) that have now surfaced & can be used as legal case precedents that have great legal weight and foundation to your case.

You must follow a very specific guideline to set the stage to successfully litigate.

Over 95% of the folks who signed with Wamu do not contest the fraud perpetrated by the big banks and worse yet, there are very few competent lawyers or judges who understand these complex issues, the law thereto and how to apply it.

Regardless of whether you are in pre-foreclosure or have already lost your home, learn the truth from the day you signed on the dotted line and set the stage for a successful settlement.

Contact me via my e-mail: bluskydev@gmail.com & I will quickly & confidentially analyze your circumstance and get you pointed in the right direction.

Best Regards,
MJ Ennis
Lead Case Analyst
Foreclosure Defense Network
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Tue Apr 25, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
According to StreetEasy.com, the address is not an active listing. According to Zillow.com, the address is in Pre Foreclosure which means it may or may not be active. However if you sign in, scroll down and it gives the following information for you to contact:

Borchert and Laspina PC (attorneys)
1902 Whitestone Expy, #302, Whitestone, NY 11357
718-767-3333
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Thu Feb 16, 2017
Bernard G. answered:
Hello,

I have emailed you regarding this concern.

Regards,

Bernard
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Thu Feb 16, 2017
Bernard G. answered:
Hello,

I have emailed you regarding this concern.

Regards,

Bernard
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Tue Jan 24, 2017
Angelica P answered:
Hi,

I have emailed you regarding this concern.


Thank you for using Trulia!

Angelica
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Mon Jan 23, 2017
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Tue Jan 17, 2017
Bernard G. answered:
Hello,

I have emailed you regarding this concern.

Regards,

Bernard
Consumer Care Advocate
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Mon Dec 5, 2016
wikiwild@gmail.com answered:
Don't believe all the hype. You would think WAMU is the biggest example of fraud in the history of mortgage loans so easy victory? Not when all the agencies are working to protect the banks. The banks get away with it.
The powers that be will make this nearly impossible as they have already hid the evidence that would be useful. Unless you live in a judicial state there is little you can do and don't plan on staying in your home long. The banks wont disclose anything that will help convict them whether required by law or not. They have well paid legal teams that are paid to win. They have won in cases of "Robo Signing" so really, snap out of it and start thinking about real solutions. Your lawyer is more greedy than clever.
Some lawyer/criminal that doesn't care about you will tell you there is a way to win. He will gladly take your money and you will lose unless you've done your homework.
The money he will charge you will get you little unless there is a case that has been won similar to yours.
If you lied on your refi or application for a mortgage loan, they will flip this on you and charge you with fraud.
The money he will charge you would buy you a home overseas, else you will pay and likely just delay the loss of your home.
I presented a lawyer with all the info on the pool of loans our mortgage was illegally securitized in and he said I cant use any of this. He was telling me in the kindest way possible that the banks are the courts.
Without great leverage I would seriously consider saving your money and moving overseas where you can start over as US credit reports mean nothing overseas.
I am sorry this may not be what you want to hear, but Ive been down this road with a WAMU loan. Set up powers of attorney with someone you trust before leaving the states. Bankruptcy buys you time, but doesn't solve your debt problem. Selling or walking away with a plan and somewhere to live cheaply does. Renting in the US is far better than owning but you can own overseas.
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