Mr. Huey Opines . . .

Posted January 13th, 2008 by Joe Kaiser

This sweet talking, nice guy comes to their door with, ah, ah, ah, what ah, sounds like a solution . . .

Dear Rob,

Looks like I missed Dave’s earlier comments regarding what he knows about the foreclosure rescue business and what it’s like to be in foreclosure.

I tend to disagree with much of it, but it’s close enough, I suppose, to let it go for now.

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This sweet talking, nice guy comes to their door with, ah, ah, ah, what ah, sounds like a solution . . .— Assistant Attorney General David W. Huey
Tacoma, WA


Will probably add a comment or two of my own here.

In the arena,

Joe Kaiser

One Response to: “Mr. Huey Opines . . .”

  1. Drew Hitt responds:
    Posted: January 13th, 2008 at 6:46 am

    Why does everything think people in foreclosure should go to an attorney?

    The only thing an attorney knows how to do is file bankruptcy, at a cost to the homeowner. At least the professional service we offer doesn’t have upfront fees, so which option sounds like taking advantage of someone?

    Try selling a mortgage note on the open market and see what discount you have to take to get someone interested, it’s the same principle with purchasing a house in foreclosure. We need a discount on the loan for the transaction to make sense.

    These attorney’s should learn something about finances and economics and understand that we offer a service and purchase homes at a discount because that is the law of economics.

    It gives an unfair advantage to attorney’s that also are investors when everyone runs to tell people in foreclosure, go to an attorney first…

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