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Attorneys Get Training on Foreclosures and Tax Lien Investing in NC



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By : John Cutts    99 or more times read
Consumer attorneys have been going to a boot camp at a farm in the western part of North Carolina to learn how to defend their clients from foreclosures and bankruptcies. The camp also allows them to learn other legal issues related to real estate, which likely include tax lien investing, mortgage lending and home eviction.

According to reports, the four-day camp has been regularly held since 2006, with lawyers who specialize in defending owners of Charlotte foreclosure houses, NC and other homeowners from various areas of the country as the primary participants. Attendees reportedly learn various methods of protecting the assets of their clients by taking advantage of creditors' mistakes.

As the number of foreclosed homes in North Carolina and in the rest of the U.S. continues to rise, more and more people seek the services of foreclosure-savvy attorneys. Most of the lawyers who attend the boot camp are said to be highly interested in techniques that can help them defend their clients from mortgage servicers and lenders who are trying to take over their clients' properties.

Aside from foreclosure-related issues, most lawyers nowadays are believed to be interested in almost all aspects of real estate, including tax lien investing, short sales and even bankruptcy issues. Attendees of the North Carolina boot camp are under the tutelage of O. Max Gardner, a bankruptcy lawyer who reportedly focuses on mortgage servicing flaws to protect clients from lenders.

Some of the lawyers who have attended the camp revealed that they learned a lot about foreclosure new homes and gained new knowledge on how to defend their clients better by understanding how lenders and mortgage servicers work. Attorneys who wish to participate in the camp are accepted only after a comprehensive background check, attendees have reported. They added that the background evaluation was meant to establish that they are not working for any creditor or are just attending the camp to secure access to distribution lists.

With the housing market becoming more complicated each day, a number of lawyers who have completed the boot camp program have stated that it is important for foreclosure attorneys to learn everything they can about the market, including mortgage servicing, tax lien investing and rules of lending.
John Cutts has been educated in the finer points of the foreclosure market over 5 years.

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