November 18, 2017

Mortgage Alert from Herman Thordsen – August 12, 2013

Now learn and be careful (Click on the link below for the full Mortgage Alert Report).

  1. California man gets five years in Arizona prison for collecting advance fees.
  2. California HOA’s cannot foreclose unless they give proper notice after sale or sale can be set aside.
  3. Foreclosure scam artist on the run for ten years gets to spend the next eleven in prison.
  4. Put a lock box on a listed home can be dangerous to your wealth and the contents as well as your real estate license.
  5. Three in Connecticut charged with mortgage fraud.
  6. Connecticut lawyer pleads guilty to mortgage fraud.
  7. New Jersey still competes to be in the mortgage fraud system
  8. Texas says the 3% cap it has on loan origination fees includes the origination points charged by the lender.

Come to the September 12 seminar in Brea and learn a lot about foreclosures and other things that can help you generate business.

We have just completed the new Bureau of Real Estate self-audit manual to keep licensees out of trouble and out of disciplinary proceedings by the Bureau of Real Estate. If you would like to obtain yours now to stay compliant, contact Sean Thordsen or Herman Thordsen at 714-662-4990.  Complying with the manual is a lot less expensive than paying to keep your license from being disciplined.

Herman Thordsen Mortgage E-Alert 13-8-2

 

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