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ARCHIVED BLOG POSTS

2011 

Deficiency Judgment after foreclosure Although the topic of deficiency judgments has been on the Internet, it is one of the most commonly asked questions that homeowners have regarding losing their homes to foreclosure. One reason for this, of course, is the fact that home values have decreased n...
04/28/2011
Do you need legal guidance? Do you need to have a will prepared? Do you need a contract reviewed? Do you need a letter written by an attorney? Fight a Traffic ticket? IRS audit? Would you like to have a Lawyer contact you with in 24 hrs or less? And more!!!!!!!!!!!!      Lawyers are on hand and t...
04/28/2011
  See if you Qualify for a HAFA Short Sale   Do you have a hardship? (Things have happened where you find yourself struggling to make your mortgage payment or can't make it at all.) Do you want to save your credit from a bankruptcy and/or foreclosure? (Bankruptcy and/or foreclosure will damage yo...
04/28/2011
For all the homeowners who are upside down and can no longer make their mortgage payment (because of either a job loss, divorce, or an option ARM that's adjusting higher), up to now the only option was, letting the bank foreclose. That's not a good option, a foreclosure sticks on your credit repo...
04/28/2011
Know that sellers will take a bigger hit on their credit report by going through foreclosure than going through a Short Sale.Of course paying you mortgage with a few late payments and modifying your loan is the best course of action, however that topic is for a different blog.FICO score may sway ...
04/28/2011
Facing Foreclosure? Missed a couple of house payments? NO EQUITY???? Whatever you do DON'T GIVE UP and let the bank take back the house!!! Does not matter if you are upside down in the house and have no equity! We specialize in SHORT SALES where the bank will take a discounted settlement. We ARE ...
04/27/2011
The following time-line is applicable for non-judicial California Foreclosures under a Deed of Trust. Foreclosures begin with the Trustor (borrower) not making the monthly payments to the Beneficiary (Lender), the first missed payment is technical default, but in practical terms, most Beneficiari...
04/26/2011
Inform yourself of all of the possible pros and cons of "short paying" your home.So you may choose the best options that will optimize your benefits for both you and your family.Save your credit and look for a better future with the help of RE/MAX Homes and Estates.Hello, my name is Ann and I am ...
04/26/2011
See if You Qualify for a Short Sale   you have a hardship, such as a job loss, divorce, job relocation, increased debt or medical you owe more than your house is worth you're unable to afford your current monthly mortgage payment you're unable to modify your current home loan You do not have to b...
04/26/2011
•·         Do you owe more on your property than its current Fair Market Value?   •·         Is there little equity and it is not enough to cover the agent commission costs and closing costs?   •·         Does the property need rehabilitation work on it before it will sell?   •·         Do you ha...
04/26/2011
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