Financial success is a mirage that we all look for.
Whether you are highly qualified or an average clerical worker, whether you come from a big town or a small one, almost everyone you will see is hankering for financial success in some ways or the other.
Anyone who is unfortunately involved in a case involving predatory lending is going to face a horrible experience.
Buying or refinancing a home may be one of the most important and financially complex decisions a person will ever make in his or her lifetime.
Many qualified lenders, appraisers and real estate professionals are ready and available to help a borrower find a nice home and secure a great loan.
However, each year many consumers, often first-time home buyers, people refinancing their mortgages or seniors, become victims of predatory lending or mortgage loan fraud which can result in devastating financial effects.
And when real estate/lending transactions operate within legal, although misleading boundaries, a default in contract can result in a potential borrower being sued.