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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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Cassie Burgess
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Mortgage Audits Online

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Here’s where California went all wrong with the National Mortgage Settlement

Housing Wire

June 15, 2015
Jacob Gaffney

Other states need to make amends, too

The California Attorney General worked hard to get the Golden State’s share of the national mortgage settlement — $25 billion meant to go from big banks to American families.

Everyone was on board and the money was meant to flow to distressed homeowners in hopes of staving off more foreclosures.

It was a feel good moment for everyone, one we could all get behind.

Then the state stepped in and had to ruin this nice thing for everyone.

The state funneled some of that money, $331 million, to programs it deemed more in...

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We bailed you out, and now you want what!?!

The Washington Post

By Steven Pearlstein June 7

Americans were angry when Wall Street’s greedy and risky behavior triggered a global financial crisis in 2008. They were angrier still when the government had to borrow and spend hundreds of billions of dollars to rescue mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the largest banks and the insurance company AIG. They were outraged when they found out that executives at those enterprises were continuing to receive big salaries and bonuses.

So just imagine how outrageous it would be if some Wall Street sharpies went to court to argue that they didn’t benefit enough...

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.

Online Audits Mortgage Fraud

Securitization Analysis

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

Online Audits Mortgage Fraud

CUSIP Level Data

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

Online Audits Forensic Loan Audit