Fifth Circuit

To QWR or Not, That is the Question

CitiMortgage sought to foreclose on Maldonado’s home; in the subsequent litigation, it offered summary judgment evidence that he owed a balance of $533,960.80.

Why a QWR (Qualified Written Response) letter is important to your legal defense.

In response, Maldonado “disputed the amounts that CitiMortgage claimed in attorneys’ fees, inspection fees, escrow, taxes, and late charges,” but did “not provide any evidence of what the correct amounts should be.”

Maldonado v. CitiMortgage, No. 16-20541 (Jan. 23, 2017, unpublished).

 

 

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