Foreclosed CA homeowner gets a Trustee Sale Reversal and a Loan Mod thru the Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates

LINCOLN, CA, September 16, 2023 — Homeowner Daniel Reid, who realized his dream of homeownership on May 29, 2019, has successfully evaded a looming sheriff’s eviction, turning what could have been the end of a dream into a testimony of resilience and hope with a Trial Loan Modification offer. This life-changing turn of events was made possible through the decisive intervention of the Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates, a faith-based, not-for-profit loss mitigation legal clinic committed to preserving homeownership and promoting affordable housing.

Mr. Mitchell purchased his home on May 22, 2018, and later refinanced it on March 28, 2019. However, despite his best efforts, he faced significant hurdles when he received a Notice of Trustee Sale dated May 21, 2022. The situation escalated, and Robert found himself grappling with the harsh reality of a completed foreclosure Trustee sale on January 20, 2023, at 9:00 a.m.

Undeterred and determined to reclaim his home, Robert Mitchell reached out to the Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates. The organization swiftly sprung into action, leveraging its network of seasoned professionals to orchestrate a masterful strategy that culminated in not only reversing the already completed Trustee Auction Sale of Mr. Mitchell’s home but also successfully negotiating a VA Loan Modification offer.

On September 6, 2023, in a moment marked with relief and the promise of stability, Robert Mitchell received an awaited Permanent Loan Modification offer. This pivotal moment transformed what would have been an eviction notification into a beacon of hope, demonstrating the unyielding commitment of the Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates to turning around lives one homeowner at a time.

“The relentless efforts and the invaluable network of the Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates have not just saved another home, but have preserved the sanctity and the cherished memories built within its walls of our Clients Home,” Fernando Leone Esq, Senior Legal Services Director for the Faith Based Not for Profit Loss Mitigation Clinic.

This victory not only reinstates Robert Mitchell as a homeowner but also stands testament to the dedication and expertise harbored by the Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates in navigating the complex legal pathways, empowering homeowners with a second chance to rebuild their lives from a place of security and familiarity.

About The Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates

The Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates is a faith-based not-for-profit loss mitigation legal clinic. With a wide array of Foreclosure Defense and Wrongful Foreclosure Litigation Attorney relationships across the country, the organization is steadfast in its mission to assist homeowners facing foreclosure and eviction, guiding them back to safety through legal avenues available to them.

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