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Loan Modification Outlet offers mortgage modification relief for homeowners that are struggling with an adjustable rate mortgage or an employment issue that caused a loss of income. LMO offer loss mitigation solutions with low rate loan modifications that stop foreclosure!

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I received another inquiry about a mortgage relief through a law firm.  A loan workout is a negotiation with your attorney and lender with the goal of modifying your mortgage terms to something you can afford.  The process is very strategic and requires a significant amount of legal maneuvering to achieve the best results for you.  The attorney that represents you means “everything” to your case.  That is why you should feel comfortable working with a law firm to negotiate a reduced payment achieved through a loan modification.

Loan Modification Tips from Jeff Morris on Negotiating with Mortgage Lenders

 

There are 4 primary reasons why most people like working with an attorney-backed loan modification company versus a mortgage broker or individual. 

 

1.    First, make sure the law firm is an AV rated law firm which means it’s ranked the highest in the nation – sort of like a Johnny Cochrane style law firm. 

 

2.    Secondly, the lead attorney should be ranked in the top 1% in the state of California – which puts him ahead of 99% of the rest of the attorneys statewide. 

 

3.    Thirdly, choose a law firm that will allows you to break up your payments into 3 or 4 low payments.  This helps significantly when a person is in a financial bind. 

 

4.    Lastly, 95% of your calls are coming from pop up loan modification companies.  You should contract work from one of the most well respected law firms in all of California that was doing business prior to the turn of the century.

 

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