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So far we have had a total of 1405 borrowers. They have ranged in age from 16 to 104. Only 905 of them have been women, so it is definitely not a gender-free environment. It is also worth mentioning that the average loan amount is $9,350.
I will admit that I am a bit of a stickler for this, but only because I don’t want to be biased against anyone. In fact, if I were asked, I’d be less biased and more likely to help those in need. As it turns out, the average loan amount is $9,350, which is about a 30% increase from last year and more than 70% increase from 2016.
I will admit to being a bit annoyed when lenders ask me for more money than I’m willing to give them. However, this is probably the best way to gauge how many are giving you bad loans. While we can’t stop lenders from asking you for more money, we can help you see what lending companies are looking for and hopefully steer you to a better lender.
You may be surprised to learn that most of the loans we receive are from people who have never seen a foreclosure notice or heard of a “foreclosure attorney.” In fact, the vast majority of the loans we receive are from people who have never even heard of a “foreclosure notice” or a “foreclosure attorney.
The first thing we do when reviewing a loan is to look at the title. If the title is clean and complete, there’s a good chance it would not be a problem. However, if the title is not clean and complete, or the title is not a good match for the loan, then that has to be flagged. You can do this yourself by going to the title search tool and doing a Title Verify. You can also flag a loan from the lender using the lender list.
The trouble is, lenders typically look at title, and not at the actual loan itself, which is why title verification is so important. When it comes to foreclosure, the title has to be really clean and complete, and if it isn’t that means it is a potential problem, which means the loan might not be covered by the settlement agreement, which means the lender might not be liable for the loan.