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Mortgage Audits Online has been helping our affiliates build strong cases for over 5 years with mortgage analysis services.  For a complete price list and access to downloadable reports visit our services page.

Working exclusively as a business-to-business service provider, MAO is able to devote ourselves to providing expert research enabling our clients to achieve results. Whether you are seeking negotiation tools, litigation support or fraud investigation our staff can help. MAO's team has over 25 years of experience in private banking, accounting, underwriting, securitization auditing, title services and real estate.

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Investors Profit From Foreclosure Risk on Home Mortgages

The New York Times DealB%k

By MATTHEW GOLDSTEIN
 

August 13, 2014 8:10 pm

Rises in housing prices have been profitable to private equity firms and institutional investors that bought foreclosed homes to flip them or to rent them out. Now the recovery in housing is fueling a niche market for newly minted bonds that are backed by the most troubled mortgages of them all: those on homes on the verge of foreclosure.

And it is not just vulture hedge funds swooping in to try to profit from the last remnants of the housing crisis. The investors making money off these obscure bonds —...

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WATCH: John Oliver slams Cashland’s $300 mortgage

HousingWire
August 11, 2014
Jacob Gaffney

Avoids 28% interest rate cap in Ohio

Everyone by now should be well aware of the mix of necessity and usury associated with the payday lending industry.

And, they should also be aware of the feeble attempts to regulate it.

Comedian John Oliver on HBO’s Last Week Tonight, tore apart the industry in the below news segment.

In the clip, he cites examples of interest rates exceeding 1900% in some cases. Yes, you heard that correctly, to which Oliver replies:

“Even the most demanding, abusive football coach only ask for 110%,” he said.

Of course, the real problem with payday loan is...

Voluntary Lien Reports

Information of liens placed on the property with consent of or at the request of the property owner. Current and historical information about the status of secured financial interests in a property, including ownership transfers, trustee’s sales records, mortgages, releases, assignments and foreclosure related notices.

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Securitization Analysis

Was the financing legal? We track the path of the Note and Mortgage/Deed, locating info from the Pooling and Servicing Agreement.

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CUSIP Level Data

Utilize the newest tools available to verify the location of all securitized instruments.

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