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Yes, I Do Think A Northeast OH Loan Modification Is The right Thing To Do

Northeast OH – I received a note the other day from Andrew. He was upset that I would tell people that are upside down on their house to ask for a principal reduction from their lender. Here was his email.

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A Common Northeast OH Short Sale Myth: You Must Have Defaulted On Your Loan Before Your Lender Will Talk About A Short Sale

Northeast OH – The Stop Foreclosure Institute recently received a question from Nathan. Here was his question.

“I’ll stop making the payments on my condo. That way we can start on the short sale process with my lender. How far behind do I have to be before they will start negotiations.

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When A Bank Should Approve A Northeast OH Short Sale Offer

Northeast OH – A bank should approve a short sale when it makes the best financial sense to do so. Here is a little known fact. About 80% of all loans are not owned by the bank handling them.

That means that someone else is going to lose money if your bank rejects the . . . → Read More: When A Bank Should Approve A Northeast OH Short Sale Offer

A Good Example Of When A Northeast OH Short Sale Would Make Life Easier

Northeast OH – The Stop Foreclosure Institute recently received a question from Richard. “I accepted a job transfer and had to move. Unfortunately we were upside down on the house.

I decided to rent it out rather than short sale it. The renters just moved out. I just checked the house. They trashed it!

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Northeast OH Short Sales: The Basics Behind a Hardship Letter

Northeast OH– When I interview sellers who want to short sale in my area, I ask them to describe their hardship.

Agents who do a lot of short sales can sometimes become a little insensitive because we are focused on the statistics. For instance, when a seller says she is getting divorced, it’s possible . . . → Read More: Northeast OH Short Sales: The Basics Behind a Hardship Letter

Northeast OH Short Sale Question: What Kind Of hardship Would My Lender Consider Legitimate?

Northeast OH– The type of hardship that your lender will consider legitimate depends on the mortgage company considering the Short Sale request.

In general, so long as the hardship is real & acceptable and the mortgage company believes the loan is likely to become delinquent. As a result, the Short Sale request will be . . . → Read More: Northeast OH Short Sale Question: What Kind Of hardship Would My Lender Consider Legitimate?

How Can a Northeast OH Realtor Help Me When I’m Facing Foreclosure?

Northeast OH – While most people think of realtors as a person you turn to only when you’re buying or selling a home; many don’t realize that a realtor’s expertise in the housing industry can help you in other ways also. If you are facing possible foreclosure, turning to a realtor for help may . . . → Read More: How Can a Northeast OH Realtor Help Me When I’m Facing Foreclosure?

Northeast OH Short Sales: Will Bank Of America Approve Short Sales With No Deficiency?

Northeast OH – The Stop Foreclosure Institute recently received this question from another agent. Here was his question.

“”Have you had any luck getting short sales done with no deficiency with Bank of America? My seller is a young couple. They received a job transfer but are very upside down on the house. David”

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When A Bank Should Approve A Northeast OH Short Sale

Northeast OH– The Stop Foreclosure Institute recently received a question from James. Here was his question. 

A bank should accept your short sale when the following rules apply. All banks and servicers have a fiduciary duty to the investor of the loan.

If they own the loan themselves, they have a fiduciary duty to . . . → Read More: When A Bank Should Approve A Northeast OH Short Sale

Northeast OH Short Sales: Is It Ethical For Lenders To Make Millions At Your Expense?

Northeast OH – Many lenders do not own the loans they handle. Instead, they are paid by the actual loan owner to collect payment.

In my opinion, the banks make millions by understaffing their foreclosure departments? Here’s a real life example. A bank forecloses on a house and waits for over a year to . . . → Read More: Northeast OH Short Sales: Is It Ethical For Lenders To Make Millions At Your Expense?