youtube: Michelle Cruz Rosado
Richard Martin 4 years ago
Home owners can negotiate and he’s not the only one that can teach this… who wants to teach a lawyer anyways. You hav e to know who you are and be secure in what you learn and believe. The value came from your signature and was multiplied or fractionalized by the reserves. If it didn’t have your signature it would just be paper. By the way you don’t want to negotiate… just sue them and you’ll et whats yours just research and you’ll get the house with out spending a dime more. Resarch and don’t get hood winked because he’s trying to get you to sign another document to sell 10 times and it’ll so called bring you price down..lol Anybody working for the bar is NOT for you.
catchmyvibs 4 years ago
this is incredible information and from my own experience from working in the mortgage industry I now realize the truth more so .. this would be a good one to go viral help people wake up ..
Michael Lee 3 years ago
Advice please… I received a letter of forclosure/lein this past weekend, I still have yet to speak with my mortgage company, hopefully this morning. I went out and bought a recording device and I’m hoping they won’t drop my call when I inform them that I’m recording our conversation.
I sopke to a PNC (my mortgage co.) a few days ago (before receiving this forclosure notice) concerning that I havent been able to get into my computer acct. for a couple of months in order to pay my mortgage, so I’ve been paying it via their automated phone line. I was told that I had been “locked out” and when I asked them why they didn’t have an answer… nor did they discuss anything about forclose either.
In fact I was told I was up to date on my payments. So here’s my terrifying issue, I have not missed a house payment in 20 years so why am I receiving a forclosure notice??? This letter starts off by apologizing for my hardship… and then goes on to say I have 1 month to straighten things out. I’ve been doing some research online and I was shocked to find out that there are others who have gone through the same thing, it all started with the same letter…. and these people were also current on their payments as well.
I’m praying that I’m not being targeted some how and this is all going to be a huge mistake. If it turns out that they are indeed trying to steal my home (illegally!) where do I begin the fight? Should I hire a lawyer immediately, which truthfully I can’t aford right now but I’ll do it anyway… or is there some organization I can contact for help?
I honestly don’t know where to begin and I’m scared because of all the other people I read about who have gone through the same false BS. People have gone to their bank or credit unions and produced proof of their payment and had their homes stolen from them anyway, I have a bad feeling about all of this. Any advice would be greatly appreciated…… ~Shine~ WA State (spouse of Mike Lee)
Neftali Garcia 4 years ago
i just received a foreclosure letter from an attorney representing my mortgage company today 9-20-14, who should i contact in order for me to keep the house from going into foreclosure??? help!!!
In a nutshell that information is correct. Obama said on j leno insurance company promises to pay $30 for every $1. Don’t leave your property if you being are foreclosured on.
jdfarr45 5 years ago
Michelle, who is this man, and how can i get in touch with him? thank you for any info you can share in this regard. i’d love to interview him for my newsletter i email out monthly. my contact info is email@example.com and 248-343-8804.
jdfarr45 5 years ago
this is simply the best information on what TRULY HAS HAPPENED in this foreclosure crisis/global economic implosion! this fine man not only has great knowledge, but has a wonderful, clear way of explaining it. bravo, Michelle!