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A Few Instances Where You May Owe Income Taxes After A Northeast OH Short Sale

Northeast OH – The Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act of 2007 allows most people to short sale their home and not owe any income taxes on the forgiven debt.

However, there are a few situations where a homeowner may still owe taxes after a short sale.

Click here to discover how other sellers successfully . . . → Read More: A Few Instances Where You May Owe Income Taxes After A Northeast OH Short Sale

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

Ohio cracks the whip on bank foreclosure filings

Dennis Murray (D-Sandusky) introduced House Bill (HB) 323 to Ohio’s House of Representatives. This bill on the draconian side for banks. It would require a brisk time line for banks to move a home from foreclosure court filing to bringing it to sheriff sale… if they don’t follow the time line apparently the lender will have the mortgage liens removed from the property and lose any rights to the proceeds of the sale of the property. . . . → Read More: Ohio cracks the whip on bank foreclosure filings