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Step One To Get A Northeast OH Short Sale Approved In 90 Days Or Less

Northeast OH – We’re going to start explaining the steps to approving a short sale in 90 days or less.

Today, we’ll start with Step 1: Find out the type of loan it is. Examples are Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, FHA, VA, Portfolio, and “Sliced and Diced.”

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ANortheast OH Short Sales: Why Do So Many Loan Modifications Fail?

Northeast OH – Everyone who has every tried to negotiate a loan modification with their lender has been frustrated with the process.

We hear the following comments from frustrated homeowners all the time. “Why won’t they work with me?” I want to keep my home and pay them a reasonable payment. My home . . . → Read More: Northeast OH Short Sales: Why Do So Many Loan Modifications Fail?

Northeast OH Short Sales: My Ex Is Short Selling. What Can I Do?

Northeast OH – The Stop Foreclosure Institute recently received a question from Tom about short sales. Here was Tom’s Question.

“My Ex-wife decided to Short Sell our former house. Unfortunately we both signed the mortgage when we bought the house together. I think that means I am still liable for the debt.

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What The Big Banks Don’t Want You To Know About Northeast Ohio Short Sales

Northeast OH – Here is a shocking fact that most of the American Public doesn’t know. Most mortgages are not owned by banks.

Discover how other sellers successfully did a short sale to avoid foreclosure by clicking here.

In addition, most of the huge losses on bad mortgages was not lost by the banks . . . → Read More: What The Big Banks Don’t Want You To Know About Northeast Ohio Short Sales

Northeast Ohio Short Sales: What happens to the neighborhood?

Northeast OH – The Stop Foreclosure Institute recently received a question from Werner. “I am behind on my payments and thinking of just letting my home go into foreclosure. What does that do to the neighborhood?” he asked.

Here is our answer to his question. It does hurt the neighborhood. But, it also hurts . . . → Read More: Northeast Ohio Short Sales: What happens to the neighborhood?