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ACT NOW TO STOP YOUR HOME FORECLOSURE

Posted on November 15th, 2010 by Fred

This is what you must do if you want to stop your home foreclosure in Utah. To stop foreclosure act now. You do have options to stop your foreclosure and you can get istance with your foreclosure if you act now.

Duration : 4 min 27 sec

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the rent is still too high. Why shouldn’t the price of the housing be allowed to fall until foreclosures stop?

Posted on November 14th, 2010 by Fred

Why the concern to the point where the federal government risks billions
in a way that keeps people from defaulting? Why not let the price fall?
Won’t the banks eventually have to sell the same houses back to the
same people for the prices they can afford?

Because of GREED!!!

The government has their hand in the cookie jar and doesn’t understand the basic economic prinicple of equilibrium, and banks are too GREEDY to let it happen that way… And homeowners that are defaulting are hoping for a handout from the Liberal government to keep their homes…

Meanwhile those who have the money and want to buy actually can’t because banks aren’t giving out new loans but will sit on bad mortgages.

It is all about GREED!!!

Stop Foreclosure Massachusetts Free Report

Posted on November 8th, 2010 by Fred

Free Report on stopping foreclosure in Massachusetts provided by Boardwalk Real Estate Solutions.

Duration : 1 min 50 sec

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What will the government or bank do if I stop paying my student loans?

Posted on November 6th, 2010 by Fred

I’m currently in foreclosure and lost my job, I have been making $330/month payment for my student loans for 11 years and have 13 more years to pay it off but as of next month can’t afford the payment anymore and am scared about it. What will happen? Can I go to jail?
Won’t they garnish my wages if I ever find a job? I feel like giving up, everything is hopeless at this point. I’ll never got out of all this debt. I regret going to college.

You shouldn’t regret going to college, you should regret borrowing so much money though. However, the past is the past and you can’t change it. I am sorry about your situation right now… I can’t imagine having lost a job and a home, so I hope that things will change for you soon.

Obviously, defaulting on your student loans will affect your credit (but I’m sure you’re not too concerned because the foreclosure will have affected this already). Federal student loan defaults will result in an inability to receive further financial aid, they will seize your federal returns, they can garnish your wages, and they will seize your passport (or make you ineligible for a passport). Private student loans can also garnish your wages and will negatively affect your credit.

You will not go to jail. Don’t worry about that – there is no debter’s prison. Don’t give up – you will get out of the debt. I know this is going to sound goofy, but there is a show called "Til Debt Do Us Part" on CNBC (Saturdays at 10pm). I like this show because it shows you a couples’ debt load (and sometimes it’s 80k-100k). It also shows how much they’re spending each month (and many spend 1500-3000k more than they make each month). This woman works with them and gets them on a schedule to have all of the debt paid off in 1-3 years (depending on the debt load). If you can get to a television (or watch it over the internet), it may give you some hope and give you some ideas. Sometimes you have to get creative in how you can pay it back. It’s definitely not easy, but if you could get your student loans paid off in 3 years, instead of another decade — you know you will feel so relieved and you will feel more positive about life in general. Obviously, take some time to find work first… you may also have to look for a second part-time job depending on what other expenses you have. Find the cheapest place to live, whether it’s a studio or renting a room, etc. If you are married or have children, your living arrangements may need to reflect this. Good luck to you and don’t give up — there are financial advisors who can help you, or simply look at books (from the library) or internet to Dave Ramsey, Suze Orman, etc — they do offer some realistic advice.

Stop Foreclosure Tampa David M

Posted on October 30th, 2010 by Fred

Stop Foreclosure Tampa David M testimonial, from David M short sale homeowner happy with Jennifer Richards with Charles Rutenburg Realty and TLC Property Solutions llc to Avoid Foreclosure in Tampa. Information, go to www.StopForeclosureTampa.net

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Why are banks have stop all foreclosures, what kind of scam did the gov’t and Goldman Sachs have come up with?

Posted on October 28th, 2010 by Fred


There are a couple of problems.

The most recent is that new legislation requires the banks to review and attempt to mitigate the problems before foreclosures and they weren’t doing that. They weren’t even reading the paperwork.

The other problem they are still not talking about is that the financial traders were buying and selling mortgages like trading cards. The problem is that all liens against property and ownership needs to be filed and transferred and they didn’t do that. The banks doing the foreclosing are only those services the loans and often don’t own them. Only the holder of the lien should be able to foreclose and in some cases they aren’t even sure who that would be since the paperwork was never done.

I had one loan that was traded four times, including bank buyouts, and none of the changes were filed.

It’s a mess. Still.

Stop foreclosure avoid foreclosure in Orange County CA

Posted on October 21st, 2010 by Fred

How to stop foreclosure, avoid foreclosure and sell my house in Orange County, CA: In this 2nd video Gabriel and Tiffany look at the short sale and discuss a case study where a short sale is used to increase your credit score.

For more information and to get a free copy of his book go to http://www.sellmyochomenow.com Distributed by Tubemogul.

Duration : 6 min 11 sec

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What qualifications does the person have who reviews foreclosure cases at the bank?

Posted on October 19th, 2010 by Fred

I am curious about how the process works and what is the title of the person that reviews these foreclosures. My friends house’s foreclosure was just stopped and I just had a few questions about the process

There is no qualifications. The home owner has failed to make mortgage payments, the lender has the right to take the collateral in this case the house. The review is just to ensure all the paperwork is in order before filing with the court. The process is only being delayed but will happen within 6 months

Stop Foreclosure In Dallas / Fort Worth

Posted on October 12th, 2010 by Fred

How to stop home foreclosure in the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex – Without Bankruptcy!

Duration : 52 sec

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Foreclosure started–bank won’t let sale of building go through?

Posted on October 10th, 2010 by Fred

We have a buyer for our building. He is out of town until Saturday, then will meet with us to discuss the sale. I’m sure he wants to haggle the price down a little, which is fine. .

But the foreclosure process starts tomorrow, and bank refuses to stop it so we can finalize this. I’m afraid the notice will hit the papers in two weeks and that will kill this sale with this buyer. i.e. why would he buy it from me when he can get it for much less with the bank? I owe less than I would be getting from him, so I know they will be selling it for less.

Do we have any recourse?

Your concern is uncalled for – Foreclosures are not immediately posted – and if your buyer is out of town – even less chance that he will be aware of it. Why would the bank refuse to accept his offer to buy property? Notice of default take 90 days to post – another 30 days until property is transferred back to bank – Bank will not offer property for exactly how much you owe on it! It will go back to what you paid for it. You better make up some payments so that you are current – then you can sell with less worry.