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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?

Northeast OH Short Sales: How To Keep Your Home With A Forbearance Agreement

Northeast OH – With a forbearance agreement, your bank agrees to hold back on its legal right to exercise foreclosure on you. They do this by coming up with a plan to bring you current on your mortgage payments after giving you some kind of a breather period.

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Northeast OH Short Sale Question: I Had A Temporary Income Problem. Do I Still Need To Sell My Home?

Northeast OH – You may be in a situation where your income dropped for a few months and then went back to normal.

During that time period, your got behind on your mortgage and other payments. Don’t worry, this isn’t a doom and gloom problem.

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Northeast OH Short Sales: Do Not Pay Any Upfront Fees To Anyone

Northeast OH – Most state governments have determined that the practice of offering consulting services to those with delinquent mortgages presents an opportunity for abuse.

You don’t need to pay any consulting fees to get the help that you need to resolve your unpaid loan.

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Northeast Ohio Short Sales: Homeowner Takes On Lender And Wins!

Northeast OH – According to the Philadelphia Inquirer [1], Patrick Rodgers of West Philadelphia was able to “file a foreclosure action against Wells Fargo.

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

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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.”

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Northeast OhioShort Sales: What options do we have if getting divorced and neither can afford?

Northeast OH – If you are in this, or a similar situation, my advice would be that you sell the house. Now, if you are reading this blog, then you must be investigating a short sale.

Which means that you probably owe more than your home is worth. You have three options.

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GMAC Mortgage forecloses on Northeast OH Treehouses and Fortes

This article was reblogged from CAP News and has been modified. You will find it both informative and relavant.

Internal memos and other documents covertly obtained by CAP News show that mortgage company GMAC’s questionable foreclosure practices included not only the so-called “robo-signing” of tens of thousands of foreclosures on single family dwellings, but . . . → Read More: GMAC Mortgage forecloses on Westlake OH Treehouses and Fortes

Partial tax credit extension decreases stress for short sale participants

Since the end of April we have several folks who wanted to take advantage of short sales and also get the $8,000 first time homebuyers cash incentive. Of course when it was more necessary than ever to have a timely close one of our short sales went wrong when it was broken into and several vandalized . . . → Read More: Partial tax credit extension decreases stress for short sale participants

Should I reaffirm my mortgage after bankruptcy- letter of affirmation

I recieved the following question: I have been working with my mortgage company since 6/2009 on home modification. In 9/2009 I received a letter stating I was approved for the modification and should receive the solution package in 5-7 bus. days. I never received it and after hundreds of calls to the Mortgage company I received a letter on 12/17/09 stating I was denied and in default of over 12,000.00 & facing foreclosure. I started Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and now mortgage company is telling me they can complete the modification if my lawyer sends them a letter of affirmation. I have no idea what this means or what to do.> . . . → Read More: Should I reaffirm my mortgage after bankruptcy- letter of affirmation