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Don’t Accept A Promissory Note When You Short Sale Your USA Home

Northeast OH – Many lenders ask for a promissory note on short sales. This is especially true if the lender has Private Mortgage Insurance (also called PMI) that has to approve the short sale.

The PMI companies know that homeowners will do anything to protect their credit when they are short selling their home.

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USA Short Sale Deficiencies On

Northeast OH – Another common type of loan that does not usually have a deficiency is a “Sliced and Diced” loan. A “Sliced and Diced” loan is a loan that has been securitized along with a bundle of other loans.

Here is how that happened. John gets a loan from ABC Bank. ABC Bank . . . → Read More: Northeast OH Short Sale Deficiencies On “Sliced & Diced Loans?

Northeast OH Loan Modification Tips: How To Gain A Negotiating Edge Over Your Lender

Northeast OH – Thinking about a loan modification. If you can afford to, then order an appraisal. Or, do your own appraisal.

Click here to discover how other sellers successfully did a short sale and avoided foreclosure.

Ask your realtor “Hey, what are houses in my area selling for?” I’ve seen people who bought . . . → Read More: Northeast OH Loan Modification Tips: How To Gain A Negotiating Edge Over Your Lender

Northeast OH Short Sale Question: Should I Short Sale My Home?

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

“I have owned my house since 2006. My employer reduced my salary by 30% and now I have to move out of state where I have found a new job.

The house is a problem. Since 2006 . . . → Read More: Northeast OH Short Sale Question: Should I Short Sale My Home?

Why A Northeast OH Short Sale Is The Best Alternative To Get Out From Under An Upside Down Mortgage

Northeast OH – Are you upside down on your mortgage? Try this. Sit down and run the numbers. How much will your upside down mortgage cost you over the next 30 years?

Click here to discover how other sellers successfully did a short sale and avoided foreclosure.

Let’s say a homeowner bought a house . . . → Read More: Why A Northeast OH Short Sale Is The Best Alternative To Get Out From Under An Upside Down Mortgage

It Isn't Likely Your Lender Will Collect Any More Money From You After A Northeast OH Short Sale

Northeast OH – Many homeowners considering a short sale are concerned about a deficiency. “Will I be forced to repay my bank for the $150,000 they lost”, they ask me.

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I Am Trying To Buy A Northeast OH Short Sale. Can I Push The Process To Go Faster?

Northeast OH – Buyers often ask us how they can make the short sale process go faster. It is a common complaint.

Here is an example of the emailed we often receive. “I am trying to buy a short sale. It has been 4 months and we have heard nothing except that we are . . . → Read More: I Am Trying To Buy A Northeast OH Short Sale. Can I Push The Process To Go Faster?

So You Want To Steal A Short Sale?

Northeast OH – Some buyers think that a short sale is an opportunity for them to “steal” a home. They see courses on late night TV with the title: “How I Legally Rob Banks.”

Those courses tell them the way to rob banks is to buy a short sale. They fail to tell you . . . → Read More: So You Want To Steal A Short Sale?

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

Northeast OH – We are explaining the steps to approving a short sale in 90 days or less.

Today, we’re going to explain Step 2: Influence the BPO. A BPO is a bank’s version of an appraisal. They use that property valuation to make a decision to approve or deny a short sale offer.

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Northeast OH Short Sales: Who Loses When A Loan Modification Fails?

Northeast OH – Most people think that when a loan modification fails, then the homeowner who loses their home is the only party that loses. Well, often the bank loses as well. Let me explain why.

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Many banks are . . . → Read More: Northeast OH Short Sales: Who Loses When A Loan Modification Fails?