Many of our clients have hired multiple credit repair companies to assist them in resolving foreclosure or time share collections appearing on their credit report. They usually find a low success rate in removing these items from the credit report because large institutional credit reporters answer their disputes and the system’s requirements for validation is very low.

We have found that the best way to resolve a home foreclosure or time share foreclosure related issue is to work it out with the lender directly. We work with the lender’s attorneys or compliance department to bring about a resolution that is hopefully mutually beneficial. Often we are able to achieve the results desired without the need for filing a lawsuit saving the client time and thousands of dollars.

To learn more about how be maybe able to assist you in resolving the above issues, please call (214) 556-2300.

Lenders we routinely work with:

America’s Servicing Company
Bank of America
Chase Home Mortgage
Homeward Residential
GMAC Mortgage
Nationstar Mortgage
Ocwen Loan Servicing
PNC Mortgage
Real Time Resolutions (RTR)
Select Portfolio Servicing
Seterus Inc
US Bank NA
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage

Timeshare Lenders we commonly work with:

Concord Servicing
Integra Servicing
Silver Leaf Resorts

We offer competitive, flat fee pricing. For a FREE QUOTE on your issue go here. We offer discounts when handling more than one issue for a client and allow payment plans. Most lender / mortgage issues are handled for $750.00 to $1,500.00 depending on mortgage company or mortgage servicer.

For our fees we will:

  • Obtain the necessary documents to evaluate your situation
  • Evaluate the documents compared to the client’s scenario and help render an opinion
  • Help the client enforce their rights as to the debt collection / credit reporting.
  • If desired, approach the lender to see if a settlement can be made that is favorable to our client’s goals of credit reporting and ending possible legal liabilities.

The above fees do not include the filing of a lawsuit against the creditor or a Lawsuit (TRO) to stop a foreclosure from happening.