Pam Marron Home Lending

Submit a Complaint to the CFPB if your past short sale is erroneously coded as a foreclosure!

If you are a past short seller who is eligible for a new mortgage but are being turned down because your past short sale is being coded as a foreclosure, please notify the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau at http://www.consumerfinance.gov/ to SUBMIT A COMPLAINT.

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March 12, 2012 by · 1 Comment

About Pam

Since 1985 as a loan originator, highly experienced with automated loan approvals on DU, LP, and with USDA GUS systems, thorough knowledge and use of FHA loans including 203K rehab, conventional loans including USDA, Homepath and rehab, and VA loans. After 27 years, I STILL love this business!

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One Response to “Submit a Complaint to the CFPB if your past short sale is erroneously coded as a foreclosure!”
  1. Jodi says:

    Pam,
    Thank you for what you are doing to help short-sellers, like myself. I had a credit score in the 800’s, never a delinquent payment – ever, and, found a seller before stopping my payments in order to “qualify” for a shortsale. I had to sell my house because my company transferred me across the country.

    I cannot believe that my credit score is now in the 600’s, I am turned down for credit and loans because my credit report shows a “foreclosure”, and, the bank reported “serous delinquency” when I only went 3 months without paying the mortgage.

    I am 40 years old, living in an apartment for the first time in 18 years (no rental history made getting an apartment difficult), and frustrated that one necessary situation can wreak so much havoc on my life.

    Please continue your fight. Your efforts are greatly appreciated and much needed. Thank you, thank you thank you!

    Warm Regards
    Jodi

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