Potential Benefits to a Mortgage Holder
IF SUCCESSFUL YOU MAY BE ENTITLED TO ONE OF THE FOLLOWING
It is always our aim at Clear Your Mortgage to reach a settlement with your mortgage lender in the shortest possible timescale.
Should your dispute with your mortgage lender be successful, it could result in your current mortgage balance being wiped out without any admission of wrongdoing by the lender;
Alternatively, If the case cannot be agreed and goes to Arbitration one of the following may result:
The existing balance of your mortgage will be put aside. It shall no longer be valid with the charge related to the property. In turn it shall be released without any admission of misconduct by the lender, and any/all mortgage payments already made on the mortgage may be refunded if the mortgage was found to be void.
The existing balance of your mortgage will be put aside. It shall no longer be valid with the charge related to the property. Consequently, it shall be released without any admission of misconduct by the lender, and any/all mortgage payments already made on the mortgage may be refunded if the mortgage was found to be void ‘ab initio’; and with an agreed amount of additional compensation paid by the lender;
Or, if the case cannot be agreed by Arbitration and goes to Court the following may result:
The Court will settle the dispute and an award for actual and compensatory damages can be made, including any legal costs incurred throughout the process. This amount could be considerably greater than the above options.
Therefore, the potential for a massive change in your financial affairs may be on the horizon. However, until you take the decision to make a change for your future, there is no possibility of taking this matter further.
Find out how Clear Your Mortgage can help you by calling us on 0330 043 9896, or complete the Call Me Back form and we will call you.
(* Please Note: Any potential benefit will only be available in the event that it is proven that your case is valid. It is to be noted that this type of case is yet to be proven in Court. You are advised to carefully consider the terms and conditions of this challenge before entering into an agreement with Clear Your Mortgage)