Aequitas provides a detailed report identifying relevant parties, highlighting key dates and offering links to important documents in the loan securitization transaction.

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About Aequitas

Aequitas Compliance Solutions, Inc. ("Aequitas") is a mortgage regulatory compliance consulting firm specializing in complex litigation, investigation and internal audit issues. We work with the mortgage industry, regulators and enforcement agencies, and attorneys for securities-holders, attorneys for distressed homeowners and other industry stakeholders. We provide our clients accurate, thoughtful and customized analysis, which we present in a clear and persuasive manner. Our experts possess a broad range mortgage and regulatory expertise, which enable us to serve large and small companies, law firms and government agencies.

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Products and Services

We combine experienced auditors and proprietary automated technologies to provide our clients detailed products that uncover critical issues in the mortgage origination, servicing and securitization process. Our audits review transactions for predatory and abusive lending, wrongful foreclosures and key securities-related issues.

We also provide a wide-rage of services, including Forensic and Investigative Services, Litigation Support, Regulatory Compliance, Due Diligence and Court- or Regulator-Appointed Monitoring.

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Reports and Analysis

Foreclosure in California ReportForeclosure in California:
A Crisis of Compliance

The San Francisco's Office of the Assessor-Recorder retained Aequitas to review 16% of the trust deed sales that occurred from 2009 through 2011. Our report shows that 99% of the sampled foreclosures contain at least one irregularity and 84% appear to contain one or more clear violations of law. If there is one lesson to take away it is that California's foreclosure process appears utterly broken.

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