Banking Bankruptcy Civil Litigation Financial Services (Default Servicing) Financing Forcible Entry & Detainer (Eviction) Foreclosures (Judicial and Non-Judicial Trustee Sales) General Real Estate Tax Lien Foreclosures
Mark Bosco is the Managing Attorney of Tiffany & Bosco, P.A., with offices in Arizona, California, Nevada and New Mexico. Tiffany & Bosco attorneys are experienced in the most prominent legal practice areas, as well as emerging areas of the law, providing the firm’s valued clients with insight to innovative solutions for their most challenging issues. The Federal National Mortgage Association (“Fannie Mae”) and Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (“Freddie Mac”) routinely approves Mr. Bosco and his experienced team to provide services in the areas of foreclosure, bankruptcy, loss mitigation, eviction, related litigation and REO closing proceedings for the states of Arizona, California, Nevada and New Mexico. He has published articles on mortgage banking and default servicing, as well as speaking about these topics at numerous regional and national mortgage banking and default servicing seminars across the country.
Mark Bosco is active in his community and dedicates his time and resources to charitable causes and research organizations. He was a Founding Board Member of The Care Fund, which provides mortgage, rent and other financial support to a patient’s family during a child’s extended health crisis. He currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Scottsdale (BGCS), which creates an environment of encouragement, guidance and support for the community’s youth via developmental professionals and mentors to ensure success is within reach for all youth, no matter their circumstances. In addition, Mr. Bosco provides support and resources to the Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC). SARRC is leading the way to better understand, treat and improve life for people with autism by providing a lifetime of support through clinical school-based and employment-based services, conducting research to better identify and treat Autism Spectrum Disorder and educating the public about autism. He is also involved with Scottsdale Arts, which offers opportunities for residents and visitors alike to experience the highest quality performing and visual arts by identifying emerging artistic talent and providing a place for its expression. In 2016, The University of San Diego elected Mr. Bosco to the Board of Trustees, and he is currently serving his second term. The university is well-known for its dedication to global learning, sustainability and developing ethical and responsible leaders who are committed to the common good. Mr. Bosco is committed to supporting his community and doing what he can to improve the lives of those around him.