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Mortgage or foreclosure issues? Underwater and trapped? Seeking a Short Sale? Seeking a loan modification, but,are stymied by the loan servicer? This book, combined with our blog, will give you the information and knowledge to protect and defend your family and your home by using the law to Confront Fraudulent Home Loans and obtain your intended outcome.

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ISBN: 9781465705242
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