Contact: Ross Lewin, 262-241-1234
or Jordan Fox, 414-352-2645
(June 17, 2008, Mequon, WI) – The first of its kind Consumer Mortgage Protection Agency that can help homebuyers and homeowners when purchasing or refinancing a home has started doing business in the Milwaukee area. The agency, known as Mortgage Loan Inspection, LLC, has developed a highly innovative loan document inspection service.
“Our goal is to protect the consumer from mortgage brokers and lenders who could take advantage of them by implementing unethical lending practices,” says Ross Lewin, president. “For several years we’ve witnessed the unscrupulous behavior of numerous mortgage brokers/lenders and loan officers. They’ve been getting rich by misrepresenting loan programs, withholding vital information and outright lying to the consumers they were entrusted to assist.”
To combat these practices, Mortgage Loan Inspection provides a complete and thorough mortgage loan and closing document review service that will identify any lending problems or concerns before they happen. A few of the areas they review are federal or state disclosure violations, unethical mortgage loan practices, excessive lender fees, inflated interest rates, prepayment penalties, and changes in mortgage terms or conditions.
“This program can help save the homebuyers and homeowners thousands of dollars in excessive lender fees, finance charges and closing costs and more” he says.
Lewin’s organization is skilled in mortgage fraud prevention and investigation, as well as government regulatory compliance and issues. Mortgage Loan Inspection is not affiliated with any lenders and does not provide mortgage loans. “We act as an independent advisory and inspection service. Our only interest and concern is the protection of our clients’ best interest,” he says.
The executive team of Mortgage Loan Inspection, located at 1025 W. Glen Oaks Lane., Mequon, WI, has more than 70 years of combined experience in the mortgage industry. They have been mortgage bankers, brokers, wholesale mortgage bank reps, loan officers, and mortgage fraud prevention specialists.
“We are here to protect the American Dream, one mortgage at a time,” he says.