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How We Convince A Lender To Approve A Northeast OH Short Sale

Northeast OH – In yesterday’s blog post we explained why some realtors consider short sales to be a “nightmare.” Then, we explained how we do to inform the actual loan owner of the lender’s negligence.

Today, we’ll explain how this works if the lender owns the loan in house. After all, there is no . . . → Read More: How We Convince A Lender To Approve A Northeast OH Short Sale

Will I Have My Wages Garnished After A Northeast OH Short Sale?

Northeast OH – Many people are concerned about a deficiency after a short sale. They are afraid that their bank may garnish all of their wages.

It’s scary to think that at any moment your bank could grab every dime you make and leave you broke. Most people short sell their house because of . . . → Read More: Will I Have My Wages Garnished After A Northeast OH Short Sale?

Northeast OH Short Sales: Are Banks Playing Games With Their Financials?

Northeast OH – Some experts speculate that banks don’t like to approve short sales or loan modifications. Here is why they think that.

They think that lenders are reluctant to speed up short sales or loan mods because they want to hold off the day of reckoning. Let me explain.

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How To Get Your Loan Mod Approved When Negotiating With A Local, Northeast Ohio Lender

Sick of being bullied by your lender? Here's how one man got his lender to back off.

Northeast OH – In my opinion, loan mods are very tough to negotiate with large lenders like Bank of America, Wells Fargo, JP Morgan Chase, or SunTrust. The reason is because you are treated like . . . → Read More: How To Get Your Loan Mod Approved When Negotiating With A Local, Northeast Ohio Lender

Northeast Ohio Short Sales: Why Should I Pay A Mortgage That Is Twice As Much As My Home Is Worth?

Northeast Ohio – The Stop Foreclosure Institute recently received a question from Luis. Here is Luis’s Question.

“I am working on a loan modification on my home. I just don’t want to be upside down and want a fair interest rate. Why should I pay on a mortgage that is twice as much . . . → Read More: Northeast Ohio Short Sales: Why Should I Pay A Mortgage That Is Twice As Much As My Home Is Worth?