Did your last mortgage broker or lender trick you into a messy situation which could cost you your home? I've been close to 30 years in the mortgage industry, and I've seen it all. Believe me, it is not pretty. As the owner of a mortgage company I am called frequently to testify as an expert witness in mortgage fraud cases and other cases where lenders did not fully disclose the terms of the loans they were offering to the borrowers. I have seen fraud being committed by borrowers - and by lenders. It's a tough world out there. And by the way - you are invited to visit my website, www.real-estate-expert-witness.net.
More than 25 years in loan production and underwriting in Southern California.
Mortgage Bankers of America (Southern California Chapter)
Former columnist for AOL Financial Center and the author of a mortgage primer.
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