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A Ninth Common Northeast OH Short Sale Myth: A Deed In Lieu is not a foreclosure and therefore does not harm my credit like a foreclosure would

Northeast OH – A Deed-In-Lieu is often called a “friendly foreclosure.” A Deed-In-Lieu is basically the foreclosure equivalent of a plea bargain.

The biggest beneficiary of a Deed-In-Lieu is the bank. They get a faster, easier foreclosure. But, what do you, the homeowner, get?

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A Seventh Common Northeast OH Short Sale Myth: Banks Want The Homes To Be Priced Reasonably

Northeast OH – I’m writing a series in response to a number of big misconceptions I saw on a personal finance website online.

We are on our final myth from what I saw in an article about short sales on a popular personal finance website. The writer claimed that in order for your home . . . → Read More: A Seventh Common Northeast OH Short Sale Myth: Banks Want The Homes To Be Priced Reasonably

A Sixth Common Northeast OH Short Sale Myth: Banks Accept Short Sales Because Foreclosure Auctions Bring Much Less Money

Northeast OH – I’m writing a series in response to a number of big misconceptions I saw on a personal finance website online.

I don’t know if the personal finance write either didn’t know about short sales and was pretending to be an expert, or they were being fed bad information.

It could have . . . → Read More: A Sixth Common Northeast OH Short Sale Myth: Banks Accept Short Sales Because Foreclosure Auctions Bring Much Less Money