Mortgage Fraud and Securities with Alan Sims

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As seen on MSNBC, The Huffington Post, Alan Sims (Big Bear Lake, CA) is the CEO and Founder of the Center For Litigation & Consumer Real Estate Education (CLCREE). Alan is an acclaimed speaker on mortgage fraud and securities issues.

Alan Sims is a forensic real estate specialist with additional expertise in bank and mortgage fraud issues.  Combining auditing, investigative skills, and real estate experience, Alan Sims is able to participate in pre-litigation and trial to help mortgage and bank fraud victims prevail.  Alan is the principal of Alan R. Sims Appraising, a full service real property appraisal firm, evaluating real estate disputes and providing assistance for real property issues of all sizes.  Alan R. Sims Appraising serves the public as well as attorneys.

The Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) is a program under the Obama administration, through which eligible borrowers receive a permanent five-year modification if they make timely reduced payments for three months.  When Bank of America failed to honor their obligation to Dave Graham, he sued and won with the help of Alan Sims.  Alan is a returning contributor on LawTalkRadio and today we will discuss the following: (1) CLCREE and what the organization does for clients; (2) The Bank of America case with Dave Graham; (3) Review of current cases; (4) Los Angeles Superior Court Cases; (5) Alan’s helping small law firms take on the banks; and (6) Mortgage Backed Securities and securitization.
 

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