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Report: Know your rights when debt collectors call

Federal and Washington, D.C., laws, dictate how debt collectors can proceed with trying to get money from consumers. People who have taken out loans should have an understanding on what debt collection tactics are standard practice and what is illegal. According to a recent report, having that knowledge can mean the difference between paying off a debt and simply sending money to scammers.

What happens during a Washington, D.C., foreclosure?

Numbers can be deceiving. According to a recent report from 24/7 Wall St., Washington, D.C. had the lowest number of foreclosures in November of last year, which is the most recent data available. However, when looking at the percentage of mortgaged properties, D.C., had the largest foreclosed inventories.

Protect yourself against mortgage fraud in Washington, D.C.

Mortgage fraud is a serious crime that can have lasting implications. At the Ammerman & Goldberg “Bankruptcy” Law Office, we regularly help clients navigate the mortgage process. You should be aware of what this crime is and how you can prevent it.

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