There are a number of state and federal laws in place to protect homeowners from unethical lenders who deliberately seek to defraud homeowners or sell them loans that are almost certain to end in default. If you are having trouble keeping up with your loan payments or face the threat of your home going into foreclosure, you should seek the advice of a lawyer who can help to ensure that you are not a victim of illegal practices.
At The Law Offices of E. David Hoskins, LLC, we represent homeowners throughout Maryland who have fallen victim to mortgage fraud or predatory lending schemes. Mr. Hoskins has extensive experience with these types of cases, having been appointed as class counsel in class actions involving allegations of violations of federal and state statutes regulating mortgage lending. He has obtained financial recoveries for thousands of Maryland borrowers.
Strong Representation in Deceptive Trade Practice and Predatory Lending Cases
Our firm has a history of strong advocacy on behalf of wronged homebuyers. We are committed to seeing that the mortgage companies and any other parties that were involved in the transaction are held accountable for the harm you have suffered. Our extensive experience with these cases allows us to be much more effective at identifying instances of fraud and seeking justice on our clients' behalf.
We have represented clients in a variety of mortgage fraud and predatory lending cases, including the following:
- Adding undisclosed fees and terms that benefit the mortgage company
- Adding excessive closing fees or single-premium insurance to the principal of the loan and collecting interest on them
- Knowingly selling the buyer a loan that he or she would be unable to repay
- Selling the buyer a less favorable loan when one with better terms was available
- Including large balloon payments in a mortgage
- Subprime lending schemes
Discuss Your Case With a Maryland Predatory Lending Attorney
If you think that you may have been the victim of an unethical lender, contact our office today. We offer a free consultation with our Baltimore mortgage fraud attorney. You can reach us in Maryland at 410-343-7175 or via e-mail.
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