2ModMyLoans Loan Modifications Testimonials

Posted on May 29th, 2010 by Fred

http://www.2ModMyLoan.com We Get Loan Modifications this is a results video. Visit my website, click on success stories and then click on testimonials and you will see just a small listing of some of the results that we have gotten, including principal reductions, and the just a few of the lenders that we are having success with. Tish Washington 626-945-5987

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Urgent Information on Stopping Foreclosure

Posted on May 29th, 2010 by Fred

Urgent Information on stopping foreclosure in Utah. If you are facing foreclosure in utah then you need to see this video about How to stop foreclosure in the Salt Lake City area.

Duration : 47 sec

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Stop Foreclosure-Traditional Loan Modifications #3

Posted on May 29th, 2010 by Fred

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Loan modification using Traditional Guidelines. This video contains Proven Step 4 (2nd part of Step 4 — Step 4 is in 3 parts) of a 15 Step Lesson. This follows the instructions found on http://operationrest.org.

Duration : 6 min 31 sec

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Stop Foreclosure – Video Lenders Don't Want You To See

Posted on May 29th, 2010 by Fred

Visit http://stopforeclosure911.wordpress.com for more information. We can legally dispute your loan with your lender and immediately stop foreclosure. This will also freeze your mortgage payments until your case is settled with no credit ramifications. 100% money back guarantee.

Duration : 1 min 7 sec

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HOW CAN I STOP MY HOME FROM GOING INTO FORECLOSURE?

Posted on May 27th, 2010 by Fred

I filed bankruptcy last year to stop a foreclosure, Now a year later I find myself in default again They want to foreclose How can I stop it now

Pay your bill on time.

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On my mortgage I want to negotiate a lower payment but I was wondering if I should stop making payments first.

Posted on May 27th, 2010 by Fred

My mortgage payments are a little high and I want to negotiate it down. I heard of a lot of people doing it but I don’t know if I should stop making payments first so that the bank will take me seriously. I been making payments but currently I’m not able to do them on time. I talk with costumer service and they told me that was not possible, do I need to talk with somebody else? I’m going through one foreclosure already,

You have to try to refinance your home to lower your payment. Why would a lender think you are serious if you stop paying them again? To show, yes, I am irresponsible?! Please lower my payment! I know my credit score just suffered, but I was trying to make a point that I can’t pay this but I deserve a lower rate?!

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Can the owner of the house in foreclosure evict me if I stopped paying rent? I dont have a lease.?

Posted on May 27th, 2010 by Fred

The owner of the house I’m renting gave me notice that the house is going on foreclosure and terminated my lease. She gave me my deposit back and I stopped paying rent. She wants me to move out. If she’s not gonna own the house anymore, do I have to move out? Can i wait till the foreclosure finishes and the bank tells me to move?

Yes! Until the bank wins the forclosure and gets title ( It take up to 1-2 years ) , your landlord still have the right evict you .
If you don’t have a written lease ,the law ordinarily treats you as having a month to month oral lease.

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Do universal default clause apply to auto/car loan? If I get a auto loan, would the lender raise rates if we?

Posted on May 27th, 2010 by Fred

go default on mortgage? We are going thru short sale/foreclosure situation and stopped paying mortgage for a month now. Would a car loan lender raise rates based on our mortgage default? Or is the loan rate fixed for the terms of the loan?

Only credit cards have universal default clauses. If you are late paying the mortgage or car loan, the credit card company might just kick in the universal default. But your mortgage and car loans are installment loans with set interest (or at least rules for adjustable rate increase) that don’t include universal default clauses.

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MY HOME IS IN FORECLOSURE AND TO BE UP FOR SALE BY AN AUCTION. IS THERE SOMETHING THAT CAN BE DONE BEFORE THEN?

Posted on May 27th, 2010 by Fred

my home will go for sale DEC 5, 2008 is there any help to stop foreclosure
THIS WAS SUPPOSE TO BE A FIXED RATE THAT BALLOONED AND I CAN’T AFFORD THAT ADDITIONAL AMOUNT

You have a redemption date. After that date, you’re cooked. A friend of mine was in this position last spring. She had until June 10 to redeem the mortgage, that is get the payments current and pay off all penalties. After that date, they wouldn’t accept any amount of payment from her.

Now if you come up with the amount needed after the redemption date, you can certainly call the lender and try to get them to take it. I don’t know if there are laws preventing them from taking it or if it’s just the way they do it. But I’d sure try.

Since you know the sale date, I’d say you’ve passed the redemption date, but maybe not. You should have paperwork that explains the process to you. If you don’t have that or if you just can’t follow it (which would be perfectly reasonable since there’s a lot of legalese in paperwork) call them to ask.

I think you may be confused about the nature of your mortgage. A fixed rate is a fixed rate. It can’t change. Your promissory note tells you things like a balloon coming or a rate increase. My guess is that you have an adjustable rate mortgage with a fixed period of 1 year or 3 years or 5 years, and just didn’t understand what would happen at the end of that time. A balloon payment is scheduled when the mortgage docs are signed. It doesn’t just appear out of nowhere. One of the biggest problems with mortgages is that people sign them without understanding them.

Some lenders don’t do a very good job of educating their customers, but some customers don’t want to be bothered with the details.

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Stop Foreclosure Saint Louis

Posted on May 18th, 2010 by Fred

Stop foreclosure saint louis video

Duration : 54 sec

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