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How To Solve The Most Common USA Short Sale Problem

Northeast OH – Short Sales where two or more mortgages are involved are the trickiest. Both mortgage companies are losing a lot of money.

They both think that they are entitled to the proceeds of the sale. This is the most common short sale problem. Today we’ll give you an example of how we . . . → Read More: How To Solve The Most Common USA Short Sale Problem

Northeast OH Short Sale Question: I’m In A Jam With Two Mortgage Companies Fighting Over Money

Northeast OH – The Stop Foreclosure Institute recently received a question from another agent named Bonnie. Here was her question.

“On my short sale, the first mortgage gave me a price and a net they would allow. The title company put together the closing documents and paid the first more than the minimum net . . . → Read More: Northeast OH Short Sale Question: I’m In A Jam With Two Mortgage Companies Fighting Over Money

The Biggest Threat To A Successful Northeast OH Short Sale

Northeast OH – The biggest threat to your short sale is a high appraisal. Banks consider short sales for economic reasons.

A bank will approve a short sale only if they think they will net more money taking the short sale offer. To make sure they aren’t selling the house for too little, they . . . → Read More: The Biggest Threat To A Successful Northeast OH Short Sale

Northeast Ohio Short Sales: I Have Mortgage Insurance. Won't That Cover The Deficiency?

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

“If I pay mortgage insurance and default on my loan, why wouldn’t that cover the deficiency amount? Max.”

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

Here is the . . . → Read More: Northeast Ohio Short Sales: I Have Mortgage Insurance. Won’t That Cover The Deficiency?

Did the short sale I closed just screw up the market?

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Short sale / Loan modification tip 197: Sue Your Lender

I saw this article appear in the New York Times.

States Are Pondering Fraud Suits Against Banks – DealBook Blog – NYTimes.com.

I mentioned in a recent article I commented on the fact that often times loan servicers have a higher incentive to foreclose than save borrowers and mortgage investors huge sums of money . . . → Read More: Short sale / Loan modification tip 197: Sue Your Lender