Foreclosures on the Rise Again – CNBC

February 17, 2012

Hoping your bank will allow your mortgage to stay in limbo?  Be aware, times they are a’changing! Lenders were stalled or frozen out of much of their foreclosure activity due to the the “robo-signing” lawsuit.  That has been largely settled this month and courts and lenders are ramping up for a dramatic increase in foreclosures. […]

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Foreclosures for Sale: 34% Off

January 26, 2012

Are you wondering why a lender would participate in a short sale?  Most homeowners do!  The idea a lender would accept less money than they are owed and also forgive the debt seems crazy. Until you see the alternative. Lenders are all about the money.  They lent money against your house with the idea they […]

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10 best places for starting over – MSN Real Estate

June 20, 2011

The crippling recession killed jobs, wiped out bank accounts and pushed large numbers of people out of their homes and in with relatives. What many people need right now is a place to rebuild: a city where higher-paying professional jobs are growing and home prices are low enough to allow you to pay down debt […]

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Do I Qualify For A Loan Modification?

May 11, 2011

We just added some more info about qualifying for a modification to our site.  Use this simple formula to help understand how your lender is going to evaluate your finances! 31% of your gross monthly income is the guiding ratio.  You qualify for financial hardship if you are spending more than 31% of your gross […]

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