DO NOT FORECLOSE IN THE NAME OF FANNIE!

A foreclosure mill gets an instruction to foreclose on a family, but who gives the foreclosure mill that instruction?

WHATEVER YOU DO, DO NOT DISCLOSE THAT THE FORECLOSURE IS BEING DONE ON BEHALF OF FANNIE MAE OR FREDDIE MAC.

Because after all, what would the American people think if they knew who was really pulling the strings?

And if you’ve already started a foreclosure and told the court the loan was owned by someone else, contact us, we need to straighten this out. IMMEDIATELY.

And after we’ve sent you documents over years swearing and affirming under penalties of perjury that this foreclosure is being pursued on behalf of one party.

TRANSFER THE PROPERTY TO AN ENTIRELY DIFFERENT PARTY AFTER FORECLOSURE!

And even though we deny that HUD/FHA regulations apply to this loan.

YOU MUST COMPLY WITH HUD REGULATIONS!

The most disturbing thing about all this is that courts all across this country are busy transferring properties to entities that have absolutely no idea what entity is actually taking title to the property. I’m sure that’s perfectly permissible. I’m sure there’s nothing wrong with that.

Have a look at this secret document:

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2 Comments

  • Shawn Newman says:

    Consider the following strategy: (1) Go on-line to determine if the Freddie or Fannie “owns” your mortgage. Copy what you find. It should include an acquistion date . (2) Ask the servicer to admit that your loan was sold to the Freddie or Fannie. If so, ask them to admit that Freddie or Fannie are “entitled to payment on the note.”. (3) Use this information to challenge the servicer’s standing as the “Note Holder” as defined by the Note. That loan agreement defines “Note Holder” as the lender or who takes the note by transfer AND is entitled to payment. If Freddie or Fannie is entitled to payment then the servicer does not have the unity of interest necessary to meet the agreement’s definition of Note Holder. The agreement trumps the UCC and, arguably, the servicer’s claim they are the PETE.

    • Anonymous Poster says:

      Notes to not define “note holder” that I have ever seen. Note holder is typically defined by statute; in Florida 673.3021

      Doing what you said will prove nothing. A holder, as well as servicer, can initiate a foreclosure just as the owner could. (in Florida, your state may vary)

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