Robo Signing settlement info

by | Jun 24, 2012 | How to Guides, Market Reports

If you lost your home to foreclosure during the robo-signing scandal of 2009-2010 you might be entitled to up to $125,000. Here to talk with us about this settlement wall street is making its way to main street is real estate expert Nick Krautter from Keller Williams real estate and sellpdx.com

Q. Where is this money for foreclosure fraud settlement coming from?

A. This money is part of the $26 Billion dollar settlement by the major banks and the government over the fraudulent foreclosures and robo signing that happened from 2009-2010.

Q. How many people have applied for this settlement?

A. only 340,000 of the estimated 4.4 million people affected have applied for a review and settlement.

Q. How do people get more info on how to apply.

A. Go to independentforeclosurereview.com or sellpdx.com to see if you qualify.

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