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1700 Madison Avenue No. 530, Lakewood, NJ 08701

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700 State Street No. 73, Camden, NJ 08102

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10 Costco Drive, Monroe Township, NJ 08831

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1181 Roosevelt Avenue, Carteret, NJ 07008

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211 Main Avenue, Passaic, NJ 07055

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100 Quimby Street, Westfield, NJ 07090

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116 3rd Ave, Neptune, NJ 07753

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6100 Black Horse Pike No. A4, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234

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1731 Route 22 West, Union, NJ 07083

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  • Best Rate Interest Mortgage Company out of New Jersey told me they would get me a loan modification back in March 2009 we paid them $1250. for this and they done nothing,they said they would give us 75% of our money if they couldn't do it, we have tried to get them to call us back, no reply, we have a signed contract by them but we are in S.C. what should we do? I desperately need my money.
  • "we paid them $1250." This was scam from start to finish. You NEVER pay up front for a loan. The scammers are probably NOT in New Jersey, but Canada or even Nigeria.
  • Small claims court in your jurisdiction, or hire an attorney and make it a bigger case, or file complaints with the SEC (not likely to help with that small amount.) Personally, I'd check the terms of the contract and if 100% sure of being right, I'd take them to small claims court. They will likely settle before the case goes to court. You'll have to look up their corporate information to find out exactly who to serve notice upon. Send notice of your intention to sue if they don't resolve the issue, and give a time limit of say 30 days. If they don't resolve it, file the small claims action in your local jurisdiction. But, then this might be why you'd prefer an attorney, they know how to do all this stuff. You can get your attorney fees as part of the case. At least have an attorney read the contract and tell you your options, if any. Could be the contract is 100% against you, and then your only real choice is complaints to regulatory agencies like SEC and the banking regulators. Good luck.
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  • sometimes dealer will have special rate on certain models, most of the time they have several rates depending on your credit score or co-signers score, you should have a parent help you and be sure to try your own bank too, a lot of competition to get car loans nowadays
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  • I am assuming you mean a prepayment penalty for paying off a mortgage early? If that is what you are talking about then yes, prepayment penalties are outlawed in NJ. No mortgage note should have any prepayment penalty associated with it in NJ. I do believe that there is a limitation on this though that the interest rate for the mortgage must e above 6%. Depending on when the loan was made, there is a good chance that the rate could be below 6%. Good Luck!
  • There always is a prepayment and if she missed that prepayment- there is a penalty. How is it against the law? She picked and signed her name to that mortgage. Perhaps he or she should have done more research about mortgages. I think Balloon mortgage should be against the law because too many dumb people buy houses they can't afford and end up losing them- but that's their choice.
  • First off, the loan has to be paid off before any change in the title can happen. You will probably owe taxes regardless if it was a gift or sale. No cosigner is needed unless you are talking about getting a new loan. But the old loan should be paid off by now. The lender has & holds the title and will until the loan is paid in full. I suspect they might be able to accommodate you for a fee. A lot of paperwork involved.
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