Been trying to work out a home loan mod, now lender states no law office to call to make sure they do not try to auction my home. Who can I call Thnx?

Asked by Itsjelly, Riverside County, CA Mon Apr 4, 2011

Working with Naca for almost a year, did two seperate probation periods, Lender Litton states that they have approved our modification but no change on our loan papers in Web site, or any other place. Now Litton says that they do not have a Law Office assigned to our Loan. We used to call once a week, (as NACA advised) I worry that they will put my home up for auction and I will not know or have time to do something else. We have been doing everything asked of us, and making the modified payment amount but our statement shows that we owe 3800.00 and that goes up every month even though we pay the modified amount. Home is in Riverside county moreno valley. Please help. Is there anyone that we can call weekly to make sure our home is not scheduled for sale???

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Kevin and Ju…, Agent, Wildomar, CA
Fri Nov 21, 2014
Since this was first posted in 2011, I wonder if "Itsjelly" would mind updating us all on the outcome?
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Derrick Sly, Home Buyer, Albuquerque, NM
Thu Nov 20, 2014
If you make sure that there's a written notarized agreement, you can rest easy. Even if someone violates one of those, they'll be in trouble and everything will work out for you in the end. I try to get as many agreements as I can in writing. Verbal agreements can still be valid, but they can be twisted and contorted over time.
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Bradley Byers, Agent, Los Angeles, CA
Tue Aug 20, 2013
The lender must send some type of notice regarding the status of home etc. However, I think it would be wise to contact the lender yourself and see what exactly is going on. I will be more than happy to assist you with services, as I am a local realtor here in 92553.

Bradley A Byers
Real Living Premier Realty
(951)358-9906 cell
(951)571-9800 office
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Dallas Texas, Agent, Dallas, TN
Mon Apr 4, 2011
Your lender should be sending notices for any foreclosure . Keep reading your mail and contacting the lender for answers

Lynn911 Dallas Realtor & Consultant, Loan Officer, Credit Repair Advisor
The Michael Group - Dallas Business Journal Top Ranked Realtors
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