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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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A Common Northeast OH Short Sales: The Most Common Types Of Loan That Do Not Require A Deficiency

Northeast OH – OK, let’s talk about the most common types of loans that do not require a deficiency on a short sale. The first common loan type is a Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac loan.

I’ll call them Fannie & Freddie in this post. Freddie & Fannie are different quasi-governmental entities that own . . . → Read More: A Common Northeast OH Short Sales: The Most Common Types Of Loan That Do Not Require A Deficiency

How To Escalate The File On A Northeast OH Short Sale

Northeast OH – The Stop Foreclosure Institute recently received an email from Mercedes. Here was her question.

“I need your help on how to escalate a file with Chase. Twelve months and still Chase claims the loan owner, Freddie Mac, will not help with buyer’s closing costs, wants a $36,000 promissory note or $15,000 . . . → Read More: How To Escalate The File On A Northeast OH Short Sale

Northeast OH Short Sales: How To Negotiate Away Promissory Notes

Northeast OH – If your loan has Private Mortgage Insurance, also known as PMI, then there is a high likelihood that they will request that you sign a promissory note.

Today’s blog post talks about how to convince the lender to waive it.

Discover how other sellers successfully did a short sale to . . . → Read More: Northeast OH Short Sales: How To Negotiate Away Promissory Notes

Northeast Ohio Short Sales: How To Convince A Lender To Waive A Promissory Note

Northeast OH – Some lenders are very stubborn about collecting what they feel they are “rightfully owed.”

These lenders are usually a lender that you originally got the loan from. A good example is a credit union loan, or a small community bank.

Another common type is loans that were granted with Private . . . → Read More: Northeast Ohio Short Sales: How To Convince A Lender To Waive A Promissory Note