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Chase Home Mortgage Deed In Lieu Of Foreclosure

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Chase Home Mortgage Deed In Lieu of Foreclosure Process

If you going to applying for Deed In Lieu Foreclosure process on a loan serviced by Chase Home Mortgage then we at ACG will work our best to ensure that our customers go through a process that is simple and standard as for other companies:

  1. To start the process, a member of our team will have to call your loan counselor at Chase Home Mortgage and sometimes we have to call again after placing an appointment but once we have spoken the process will be initiated.
  2. Paperwork called Request for Mortgage Assistance is also mandatory for the application.
  3. Before they start the DIL Process you may first have to go through a review for Loan Modification.
  4. In some of the cases, Chase Home Mortgage may prefer that you sell your property first to someone else before transferring the deed to them to prevent themselves the liability of owning the property.
  5. In next step, the title of your property will have to be checked.
  6. Chase Home Mortgage will have to do a valuation on your property on behalf of the investor.
  7.  In next step, terms of relocation and timeframes will be negotiated by us with Chase Home Mortgage.
  8. Lastly, your lender provides a response to the deed in lieu of foreclosure made to them.

If you have ever dealt with Chase Home Mortgage in the past you will already know that going through the above steps is not as easy as it sounds. During the process, you will have to face many difficulties but you have nothing to worry about as ACG has a specialized team having experience of more than a decade,  to help our customers facing Mortgage related difficulties. While the process is ongoing you may have to repeat certain steps again and again. We know where to run around from department to department while working through the process for you. It could be that you have been trying to get a Loan Modification from them for a long time and they still need to close the file or review it first. Maybe they want you to sell the house first so the short sale department has your file. We are here to do everything for you and most importantly you should be able to understand when they are sending you in the wrong direction. Mostly, clients come to us after submitting the wrong information on their deed in lieu application, getting denied, and not being able to figure out what happened. We can help you through the process of doing a deed in lieu of foreclosure even if that means reviewing a decline made by Chase Home Mortgage.

Chase Home Mortgage Loan Deed In Lieu Timeline

Chase Home is a big company so the timeline of the Deed In Lieu Process varies greatly. Sometimes it is very vague that what is going on behind the scenes. These are just a few of the hoops we jump through when dealing with a deed in lieu with Chase Home Mortgage.

  • To begin with,  Usually, companies like chase Home Mortgage are servicers only and they have to follow a set of rules while servicing any loan which is called as “PSA” or Pooling and Servicing Agreement that governs the pools of mortgages they service as they are only a servicer of Mortgage and usually represent an investor. The PSA is like a  contract between servicer and beneficiary of the mortgage note. The investor allows Chase Home Mortgage the authority to make some decisions only and for the decisions that they cannot make themselves they will have to get permission from the investor. Some investors such as Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FHLMC) have pulled almost all decision making authority from many servicers and take care of many of the decisions themselves. As always the greater the number of hands in the put the more layers of bureaucracy you’re going to deal with.
  • Additionally, The timeline deed in lieu of foreclosure process is hugely affected if your loan has a sale date. If the sale has to be stopped to complete the deed in lieu of foreclosure process then they become a lot difficult to deal with. A company like Chase Home Mortgage has sale dates for every day of the week so they are not worked on as urgently as you want them to. Remember this business is a first come first serve but it is also influenced by foreclosure status and proximity to the sale date.
  • Finally, All negotiators were not created equally. What makes the process tricky is that this goes for both sides. Miscommunication can lead to certain failure while dealing at this kind of large level. Representing a homeowner during the process of Deed in Lieu Of Foreclosure is a very specialized skill that can be learned through experience only. Often you will be put through the multiple levels of management including approval from an investor as mentioned above depending on what their total losses are for the banking institution who owns the interest in the loan.

Chase Home Mortgage Deed In Lieu Timeline Conclusion: The factors on which Chase Home Mortgage’s Deed In Lieu of Foreclosure process’s timeline depends vary greatly and not only limited to the ones mentioned above. If it is possible for Chase Home Mortgage to make the decision themselves that will be much quicker. What the lender perceives as the value of the property will also affect the timeline. Your limit to get Deed In Lieu will also be hugely limited if you have other liens. How fast Chase Home Mortgage’s Loss Mitigation department receives the Chase Home Mortgage  Deed In Lieu Forms to apply for mortgage assistance are received (readable) and other factors will come together to affect how long it will take for your Chase Home Mortgage Deed In Lieu application will take to be Approved.

If Your Chase Home Mortgage Deed In Lieu of Foreclosure Was Denied There May Still Be Options.

How To Fix A Chase Home Mortgage Deed In Lieu Decline?

Miscommunication is the reason for the most of application to decline but it can often become very confusing as to why it was rejected. Often they will not be clear not only as to why but if there is anything that can be done to fix it.  Here at ACG we review dozens of points in order to understand why your Chase Home Mortgage deed in lieu offer was rejected. Have us review your declined deed in lieu for free by calling us at 888-934-3444.

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Chase Home Mortgage is a large company and the rules are literally changing every day. There are a lot of departments and even more hands in the pot of each case that making it through the system can be a real drag. It doesn’t have to be though and that’s where we come in. Give us a call and see how we can help you with your Deed In Lieu. Call 888-934-3444.

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Chase was worse!! I was granted a trial modification and was a few month into it when I received notice that Chase would not honor the modification.

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Now my mortgage payments was off. Guess who was left holding the stick. Again Chase is the worst in every way. People beware as for Chase don’t help you, they take from you.

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They have the worst customer service that I have ever experienced in my life. They are definitely out of compliance! And sooner than later they will have to be accountable. Getting a loan modification is a joke!

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Tried modifying my mortgage loan on my own, twice actually, but no luck. Until I called ACG. [I] got my loan mod approved and all is well.

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We were struggling trying to get assistance in keeping our home for over a year when I was introduced to ACG Today both my homes are modified and our family has a chance for a fresh start.

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I have worked with [the] team personally and professionally referring them many clients over the past few years. If you need help with a loan modification, short sale, or want to avoid foreclosure I highly suggest you use Absolute Consultant Group!

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