GoFightForeclosure.com Unleashes #1 Qualified Written Request For Homes In Foreclosure


“Expert former mortgage broker Kyle Ransom reveals how homeowners can stop foreclosures and workout a better loan modification just by asking the right questions in a letter.”

Atlanta, GA – June 1, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — QWRAttack.GoFightForeclosure.com today announced the #1 Qualified Written Request is available to assist with homes in foreclosure. Citing that if homeowners only knew what questions to ask concerning securitization of their mortgage loans in a letter they could possibly avoid foreclosures.

Kyle Ransom is an expert former mortgage broker with over 15 years experience. He reveals that using federal statue under Section 6 of the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) and HUD-398-H(4) can be used as a demand to stop foreclosure. Ransom says that when a QWR, known as a Qualified Written Request identifies specific securitization issues wrong with the mortgage loan it violates federal and state statues which makes the foreclosure improper.

“The QWR is the first line of defense to challenge foreclosure. It is the borrower’s foreclosure review concerning errors with the mortgage loan,” stated Kyle Ransom.

Continuing Ransom further addresses that just a QWR letter alone does not stop foreclosure. Urging that the QWR letter must be exact in the questions being asked and able to identify securitization problems wrong with the mortgage loan. He states this is why generic free versions of QWR forms available are not effective.

Ransom says that when a QWR points out specific errors with the mortgage loan the foreclosure is wrongful. Revealing that a QWR reply will often identify that the foreclosing party is not the lender and holder of the Note.

He also cites that banks today even after the $25 billion dollar mortgage settlement still conduct Robo Signing corrective Assignments to transfer the Note to combat errors spotted in the QWR. This is an abuse that Ransom reveals is growing. Ransom says his expertise in improper mortgage securitization as a former seasoned mortgage broker is what makes the QWR Attack system an effective tool to challenge foreclosure.

“What the mortgage lenders should do, is workout a loan modification with homeowners to avoid foreclosures. Especially, when the QWR reveals errors with the mortgage loan. Homeowners have to educate themselves so that they can demand that federal statue is not validated. Report those mortgage lenders to the proper federal agencies who file untimely corrective Assignments to circumvent QWR demands,” stressed Ransom.

For homes in foreclosure to learn more about the QWR Attack system please visit the website directly at http://QWRAttack.GoFightForeclosure.com . To determine if the QWR Attack system is right for you a free tutorial video is available on the site.

About QWR Go Fight Foreclosure – Kyle Ransom
Kyle Ransom is the founder of Go Fight Foreclosure System http://GoFightForeclosure.com . He termed the foreclosure defense “Improper Mortgage Securitization” used by homeowners to challenge their mortgage lender’s enforceable security interest to foreclose.

Ransom is a former licensed mortgage broker with over 15 years experience in banking and finance and real estate investing. He is the CEO of Ultisky, Inc and oversees several online business models.

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