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Foreclosure Solutions: Saving Your Home before Foreclosure

By Lizzie Weakley | May 12, 2017
If you're facing foreclosure, chances are high that you are feeling a little defeated and discouraged. You don't have to let your situation get you down, however. It's not over until someone says
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How To Fight Foreclosure And Save Your Home

By Donna S. Robinson | February 23, 2015
Are you behind on your mortgage payments or worried about getting behind? Perhaps your work hours have been reduced or maybe you've been laid off. For whatever reason, you may have already missed a mortgage payment or perhaps several. When economic problems occur and we know we won't have enough money to pay our house […]
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What To Consider When Qualifying A Short Sale

By Brian Kline | October 7, 2013
Short sales are slowly fading into the past but good deals will remain until increasing house values fully exceed under water values. Right now, short sales remain a viable investment option in many markets. Start By Qualifying the Seller While the amount of time it takes loan servicers to decide to accept a short sale […]
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Fed's $8.5 Billion Payout Leaves Many Unanswered Questions

By Mike Wheatley | January 14, 2013
Some have suggested that the Federal Reserve's $8.5 billion payout will have brought an end to the long running issue of wrongful foreclosure, but these people are seriously mistaken. In all likelihood, all the lenders have achieved is to give themselves an even bigger headache than they had before...
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Worried About Foreclosure? Beware Of Foreclosure Related Rip-Offs

By Donna S. Robinson | June 1, 2012
When you are worried about foreclosure, or you've actually gotten an acceleration letter from your lender or an attorney, the last thing you need is to be preyed upon by phony "loss-mitigation experts", who give you misleading information that may make your situation worse.
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Banks Step Up Short Sale Incentives

By Mike Wheatley | February 13, 2012
Banks are stepping up their efforts to persuade struggling homeowners to accept a short sale instead of going through a costly foreclosure, according to new reports, with some banks prepared to offer borrowers up to $35,000 to ‘get out of jail’ earlier.
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Three Real Estate Agents Arrested in California Loan Scam

By Tavis J. Hampton | December 16, 2011
The California Attorney General’s office announced last week that they had arrested three real estate agents in Stockton for allegedly collecting money up front for loan modification services, a practice which is illegal.  The three now face several felony and misdemeanor charges, including conspiracy, false advertising to the public, and grand theft. The growing number […]
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