Our Purpose:

Mortgage Foreclosure Report has been created to help YOU-the working American-preserve your right to purchase a home and keep it; regardless of your declining prosperity and financial trauma. We wholeheartedly believe that America is still the greatest country in the world. Yes- we have had our set-backs, such as a troubled economy. Nevertheless, we are coming together as a stronger nation with many innovative and powerful ideas.

Here at Mortgage Foreclosure Report, we would like to empower you with the educational tools you need to successfully re-build your financial well-being. Remember-your present financial dilemma may not necessarily be All Your Fault; unfortunately, it is still All Your Problem. Thus, Mortgage Foreclosure Report is here to Help with that Problem.

Mortgage Foreclosure Report wants to stress with the utmost importance that many of the contributors to this website are NOT Attorneys and all the information on the website is not intended to be used as legal advice. Please see our disclaimer for further details.

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We are not a sponsor for Red Cross and we are not personally collecting any money to help raise money for Disaster Relief Funds for Japan.  However, we are hoping by putting a banner at the top of the page it will help direct your to a place that can help victims of the Earthquake [...]

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Land of the Free

Everyone is concerned if we have hit the bottom of the housing market. They have become so obsessed with their home value and the marketplace they have lost sight of what is best for them, their family, and the country. Since the real estate market crashed we have experienced an increase of sales in the [...]

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Overdraft Fees and Bank of America

The reader may be asking what BoA did in order to pay $35 million dollars back to their customers. In the midst of this recession BoA and others were looking for various avenues to increase their revenues...

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Does It Really Belong To You?

The majority of American’s who are in danger of foreclosure or are in currently in foreclosure are incredibly upset with banks. Much of this website is based upon offering our thoughts and understanding of what is going on in the real estate marketplace and helping to give ideas...

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A Comprehensive Overview of Your Credit

An individual's credit is one of the most complicated numbers to determine. The Fair Issac Corporation keeps how they truly determine an individuals credit score very secretive. They give an outline on how your score is determined, but.....

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America On A Diet

The average American household’s debt is between $10,000 to $20,000. Please note that this does not account for their home mortgage. A continuing theme throughout the website is that we as Americans relied too much on debt and lived far beyond our means...

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Ed McMahon Was He So Different?

In one of Ed McMahon’s last interviews he disclosed his frustrations of being forced to file for foreclosure over his $4.8M home. Ed McMahon was a Superstar who made multi-millions of dollars over the course of his career. However...

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A Snapshot of the American Economy, Unemployment Rates, and Stock Market

Mortgage Foreclosure Report has been created with the intent to help Americans preserve the American dream. We at Mortgagefloreclosurereport.com believe that America is the greatest country...

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Buyer Beware (New Scams)

During hard times untrustworthy people seek to prosper off others misfortune. If you are a person who does not have a firm understanding of the credit crisis, the process to obtain a loan modification, or....

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Banks Profiting from Loan Modifications

There are a multitude of reasons why we are in this foreclosure pandemic. One reason is due to the banks having predatory lending practices. Banks were being dishonest...

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