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Bank's missteps give homeowner the upper hand

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Inman Connect New York | January 29 - February 1, 2019

DEAR BENNY: I missed two payments on my mortgage last fall due to the replacement of an HVAC system. I called the bank and asked for some help. They told me that I did not qualify. I made full payments in December and January. My February payment was returned and approximately one week later I received a notice from a law firm advising that my house would be foreclosed upon. Although I have asked, I have never received a bank statement detailing my payment history.

I sent a note to the law firm disputing the debt, and requested a copy of the original loan along with the amount past due. Does the bank have to produce the original document prior to a foreclosure sale? The law firm seemed to feel that this was a non-issue. –Preston