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Shawn Aaron

Regional Director of Business Development

U.S. Lender Audit LLC

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U.S. Lender Audit LLC

Company Description

U.S. Lender AuditTM is the National leading provider and the original pioneers of Forensic Loan AuditingSMservices to Law Firms, Attorneys, Non Profit Organizations, Hedge Funds, and their clientele. As an attorney-owned company, U.S. Lender Audit services a t...more

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Director of Business Development

U.S. Lender Audit LLC


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Shawn Aaron, P.A.


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www2.tbo.com

Shawn Aaron stopped making payments on his 5,800-square-foot home in Cheval two years ago. He says the lender to which he agreed to make payments sold his mortgage, and he doesn't have a contract with the loan's new owner. That lender, he says, has filed for foreclosure but has yet to prove it owns his loan.
Shawn Aaron stopped making payments on his 5,800-square-foot home in Cheval two years ago. He says the lender to which he agreed to make payments sold his mortgage, and he doesn't have a contract with the loan's new owner. That lender, he says, has filed for foreclosure but has yet to prove it owns his loan. The way Aaron sees it, the lender to which he agreed to make payments sold his mortgage, and he doesn't have a contract with the loan's new owner. That lender, he says, has filed for foreclosure but has yet to prove it owns his loan. "No one has answered my questions about my mortgage," Aaron said. "I hope I win the case and stay here long term." Aaron feels so strongly about the housing crisis that he started a company, US Lender Audit, to help homeowners fight banks. The company reviews mortgages and finds what it thinks are problems with loans. Attorneys then use the report to fight their clients' foreclosure cases. "People have a right to question their mortgage," Aaron said.


lawgc.com [cached]

At US Lender Audit in Tampa, business development director Shawn Aaron said auditorsseeking quick business growth are promoting the use of the software programs.
The programs may flag problems based on lending laws that didn't exist when a loan was made, Aaron said. "You can hire a layman to punch in 'yes' and 'no' and some numbers. And in 20 minutes, they spit out a report," he said. It's critical that auditors also know the source of documents given them to analyze, he said. A home owner's loan paperwork won't be as complete as the lender's. And even a lender's documents must be examined to ensure they've complied with a lawyer's discovery request and that everything is legible. "If you're getting faxed copies that are illegible, that's not a real interpretation of what the lender or servicer has on file," Aaron said.


www.lawgc.com [cached]

At US Lender Audit in Tampa, business development director Shawn Aaron said auditors seeking quick business growth are promoting the use of the software programs.
The programs may flag problems based on lending laws that didn't exist when a loan was made, Aaron said. "You can hire a layman to punch in 'yes' and 'no' and some numbers. And in 20 minutes, they spit out a report," he said. It's critical that auditors also know the source of documents given them to analyze, he said. A home owner's loan paperwork won't be as complete as the lender's. And even a lender's documents must be examined to ensure they've complied with a lawyer's discovery request and that everything is legible. "If you're getting faxed copies that are illegible, that's not a real interpretation of what the lender or servicer has on file," Aaron said.


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