How We Helped Save California Homeowners from Foreclosure

It’s been one year since the Homeowners Bill of Rights in California was implemented and we couldn’t be prouder of the work we and our Affiliates did to make this dream a reality.

NCLR and our Affiliate Network in California worked hard to stop the practice of dual tracking, where banks moved a homeowner through the foreclosure and loan modification processes simultaneously. But, how did we do it? Watch the video to find out!

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  4. I am a victim of dual tracking procedures employed by a lender like many thousands if not millions. My home was foreclosed, but in litigation for over a year now, and living with fear with my wife and two children facing uncertainty. Would you please provide us a venue or procedure on how to get our homes back. Who to contact, what governmental office to be contacted etc. Please. In addition to dual tracking, my home foreclosure was done using “robo” signing too after I have spent over $300, 000.00 life savings. thank you so much !

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