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I am asking if anyone knows a good honest foreclosure attorney? Countrywide thinks I’m leaving MY home to them?

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4 Responses to "I am asking if anyone knows a good honest foreclosure attorney? Countrywide thinks I’m leaving MY home to them?"

  1. Lauren F says:
    You don’t file foreclosure. The bank does when you don’t pay them. And, by the way, when the bank lent you the money to purchase a home, it became THEIR home much more than yours. It is only yours once you pay the loan off.
  2. aogpro says:
    Why are the foreclosing? Is it because you didn’t pay your mortgage? If so no one is going to help you because you probably didn’t read the fine print.
  3. efflandt says:
    An attorney will not be able to help you unless Countrywide did something illegal. How did they violate your loan contract?
  4. Smilin'Bob_ The Enzyte Guy says:
    You just need an attorney…

    Thing is.. if you defaulted on the loan.. they CAN take the home… SELL IT… then pay off the loan.

    If there is money left over.. you get it ( minus legal fees)

    If there isnt.. yer butt is on the street..

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