SHORT Review of the "Show Me The Loan" Seminar held this last weekend in Scottdale, AZ.
There was so much great information that it is almost impossible to know where to start. I have been involved with this group and meeting for a while now, so the information was not new.
What WAS great was having a workbook and DVD set up to help with the information in a more organized fashion. John has those tools available until supplies run out so contact the people on
Darrell was AWESOME and gave information on how to talk to the bank PREVIOUS to any court hearings to reverse the foreclosure process. There are many laws and statutes that have to be followed to be able to complete the foreclosure procedure. I hope to write more on this later. Darrell is in process of writing a book. The biggest revelation for many in Darrell's talk was that you can inform the bank that their foreclosure procedures are not in compliance with law and very simply stop them in their tracks, and force them into starting over. He has done it several times. For some reason the banks haven't figured out how to comply with foreclosure statutes.
Cindy and her affadavit service was very enlightening and fits hand in glove with Bill McCaffrey's services for bank audits and expert witness. Her examinations of the notary signatures and dates will be valuable for many. If you have a report whose auditor will not be able to testify, then it may be worth your while to contact her and pay for her services.
John as usual was very informational and entertaining at the same time. For those not used to him - it can be a bit shocking but you will learn a lot listening to his experiences and his viewpoints about law and terminology.
Bill McCaffrey: I think the biggest thing from him was his normal information but also the statement that JOHN and CINDY are correct in their assessment of the notarization and dates shown on the DOT. Many of the DOT have stipulated that they must be signed and dated and the notaries are showing up as days and in some rare cases a month or so later. It is worth really examining your DOT (deed of trust) and the signatures.
More to come this week.