Nationstar Mortgage LLC Lawsuit on Forced/Ordered/Pressured Property Inspections on Current and Former Customers
Consumer Protection, Insurance & Financial Products & Services, Lending Practices & Borrowers’ Rights
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida
Berger & Montague has filed a nationwide class action
alleging that Nationstar Mortgage LLC ordered property inspections
that were unnecessary and excessive in both price and frequency,
and charged borrowers for these inspections without regard to
whether such charges are permitted by state law, federal regulation
or the underlying mortgage contracts.
View the complaint here.
Excessive Property Inspection Charges by Nationstar
Nationstar's computer servicing system was programmed to
automatically order property inspections of homeowners who had
become delinquent in their mortgage payments. Nationstar
would assess additional late payment fees and pressure
homeowners to make pricey modifications and refinances.
These excessive charges have the effect of perpetuating
borrowers' delinquency and may result in Nationstar foreclosing on
If you obtained a home equity loan or mortgage from Nationstar
Mortgage and were charged for property inspections, you may be
entitled to financial compensation. For questions about this
class action against Nationstar Mortgage, please contact Shanon J. Carson at (215) 875-4656, by
email at firstname.lastname@example.org,
or use the contact form on this page. Further information is set
Are you a current or former customer of Nationstar
Mortgage? Fill out the free case review form describing your
Nationstar Mortgage complaints to find out if you have
legal recourse to recover monetary damages.
Nationstar Mortgage Property Inspection
Class Action Attorneys
Due to the number of Nationstar
Mortgage complaints from consumers, our attorneys are
currently available to review claims from current and former
customers who obtained a home equity loan or mortgage from
Nationstar Mortgage and were ordered to pay for a home inspection,
pressured to make home modifications and/or pressured to refinance
their home equity loan or mortgage. If you suspect that you have
been subject to Nationstar Mortgage's property inspection
practices described above, complete our no cost, no obligation case
review form today.
At no cost to you, our lawyers will review your claim to
determine if you can recover financial compensation through a
Nationstar Mortgage class action, a type of lawsuit which
would allow a large number of consumers the chance to collectively
bring a claim against the company in court.