UTAH Foreclosure Help from Mandelman Matters – START HERE
You have found the Mandelman Matters state specific series of pages dedicated to homeowners at risk of foreclosure in Utah.
On the pages in this section youâ€™ll find accurate, straightforward information and guidance specific to the State of Utah related to such topics as loan modifications, short sales, foreclosure defense litigation, bankruptcyâ€¦ and other topics related to getting through the foreclosure crisis.
Weâ€™ve created these Utah specific pages in response to the proliferation of scammers polluting the Internet with misinformation and outright lies intended to sell something to homeowners at risk of foreclosure that they donâ€™t need.Â These sites are literally everywhere, and some are very good at appearing credible, when in fact they are nothing more than elaborate cons.
Well, weâ€™ve taken great care to make sure that the information youâ€™ll find here is always correctâ€¦ always impartialâ€¦ always based on real factsâ€¦ and always easy to understand.
In case youâ€™re not already familiar with me, my name is Martin Andelman and for going on four years, Iâ€™ve been writing the widely read blog Mandelman Matters.Â Over the last three and a half years, Iâ€™ve written more than 650 in-depth articles covering the political, economic, social and legal aspects of the financial and foreclosure crises.
I decided that I had to do more to help stop homeowners from getting ripped off, by providing the state specific information homeowners need to make the right decisions for their individual goals and circumstances.Â Moving forward on the best possible pathâ€¦ thatâ€™s what my state specific pages are all about.
And just so you know, Iâ€™ve never been in the mortgage business or the real estate business, but for more than twenty years Iâ€™ve been a writer that specializes in making complex subjects easy for people to understandâ€¦ oh yeah, and people say Iâ€™m funny.Â I have in-depth experience writing about subjects that fall under the broad headings of accounting, insurance, financial services and law.
You may want to start by getting to know my trusted attorney for the State of Utah, Walter Keane.
No one pays to be listed as a trusted attorney on Mandelman Mattersâ€¦ thatâ€™s just not how it works.Â The lawyers I list as trustedâ€¦ are simply those I trust.Â And when I say that, I mean that I would trust these people to represent me, or to watch my house while I went away on vacation for the summer.
In order to write close to 700 articles on the economic situation weâ€™re facing today, I had to learn everything possible about the mortgage and foreclosure crises.Â Not only did I read dozens of books, research reports, court decisions, and moreâ€¦ I also had to interview a lot of people and many were attorneys from all over the country. Â Over time, some became good friends. Â So, when homeowners would call me to ask if I could recommend a lawyer, I would refer them to one that I had gotten to know well, and trusted.
So, in Utah, my trusted attorney is Walter Keane, and you can get to know him by watching a documentary style video on which Walter talks about the foreclosure crisis in Utah.
Walter became somewhat famous last year when he successfully quieted the title for four Utah homeowners.Â Unfortunately, as he explains, that window is no linger open in Utah, but there are still things that can be done to fight a foreclosure action.Â To hear a Mandelman Matters podcast featuring Walter Keane, CLICK HERE.
As a Mandelman Matters trusted attorney, Walter has agreed to take calls from Utah homeowners who have questions about foreclosures, and help them by providing answers regardless of whether the caller decides to hire his firm or not.Â So, if you want to talk with someone who knows foreclosure in Utah, please donâ€™t hesitate to call him.
For Walterâ€™s contact information CLICK HERE.
And, if you’re looking for State Resources, CLICK HERE.
Need to know more about Utah Foreclosure Laws, CLICK HERE.
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