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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.

Our goal is to always exceed your expectations. From offering the best price in the business to meeting your deadlines every time.

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Cassie Burgess
Chief Operating Officer
Mortgage Audits Online

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Too Big to Tax: Settlements Are Tax Write-Offs for Banks

NEWSWEEK

By Lynnley Browning / October 27, 2014 11:16 AM EDT

At the Justice Department, senior officials like to congratulate themselves on the headline-making, big bucks settlements they have imposed upon banks and lenders for their part in causing the 2008 mortgage meltdown that sparked the biggest American financial crisis since the Great Depression.

But wait a moment. Those settlement figures are not quite what they seem. Buried deep in the announcements of the astronomical sums that Wall Street banks are being forced to pay is a dirty secret: A big chunk of the hundreds of billions of dollars...

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CFPB sues Nationwide Biweekly for deceptive mortgage practices

HousingWire

Ben Lane
May 11, 2015 2:49PM

Accused of misrepresenting savings potential

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau filed a lawsuit in federal district court against Nationwide Biweekly Administration, Loan Payment Administration, and Daniel Lipsky, the owner of both companies, accusing the companies of deceptive mortgage practices.

According to the CFPB, Nationwide and Loan Payment Administration transmit money from consumers to their mortgage servicers. The CFPB alleges that the companies misrepresent the savings that customers will achieve by using the companies’ biweekly mortgage payment program and mislead consumers about the costs associated with the program.

The CFPB alleges that Nationwide, Loan Payment Administration, Daniel Lipsky falsely...

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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