GoFightForeclosure.com Says Powerful QWR Secrets Return Best Miami Florida Short Sale Approval


“Former expert mortgage broker leads short sale pros to gold using federal statue and knowledge of improper mortgage securitization documentation.”

Miami, Florida USA – April 25, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — QWR.GoFightForeclosure.com today announced a powerful QWR (qualified written request) is the best foreclosure defense for favorable short sale approvals on properties located in Miami, Florida. Citing, QWR Attack! system is being used to help homeowners in Miami Florida overwhelmed with foreclosure notices and short sales presents a way out with also possible money in their pockets.

According to Kyle Ransom, who is a former mortgage broker with over 16 years experience he feels the first plan of action for any homeowner fighting foreclosure should be to submit a qualified written request under federal statue guidelines. Ransom reveals that QWR Attack! is a system that addresses QWR demands including also points out improper mortgage securitization issues concerning the mortgage loan. He relates that the primary reasons most homeowners who send out QWR letters may not have had much success is because they likely used a generic version generally available free online.

“When a QWR letter is really good banks will often hire an attorney to address the questions that the homeowner demanded to know about the loan in the qualified written request. Most often the attorney will contact the homeowner in writing on behalf of the bank to persuade the homeowner that the questions asked in the qualified written request are outside of federal guidelines,” stated Kyle Ransom.

Continuing Ransom expresses that Miami-Dade county, FL currently has the highest foreclosure rate in Miami, Florida. Realtors and real estate investors who are working with homeowners to short sale properties over foreclosure are racing against time. He states that QWR Attack! gives the homeowner leverage for getting the short sale approved especially when addressing missing documentation paperwork concerning the loan.

“The reason why a correct qualified written request is so important in the first line of defense against foreclosure is that the mortgage servicer must answer the homeowner’s concerns related to the mortgage loan. Not doing so is a federal violation. This information is key for discovery in a foreclosure defense to stop foreclosure and allowing enough time to short sale a property,” stressed Ransom.

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