Watch For Short Sale Schemes

A real estate short sale is a type of pre-foreclosure sale in which the lender agrees with the owner possibly in default to accept less than the outstanding loan balance. In some cases a full release of the property lien is issued by the lender to allow conveyance of clear title to a purchaser. Fraud is common in areas facing high levels of foreclosure or...

Short Sale Schemes to Watch For

A real estate short sale is a type of pre-foreclosure sale in which the lender agrees with the owner possibly in default to accept less than the outstanding loan balance. In some cases a full release of the property lien is issued by the lender to allow conveyance of clear title to a purchaser. Fraud is common in areas facing high levels of foreclosure or...

Preferred Vendor List

One of the key aspects to a smooth real estate transaction closing is picking the right team for yourself.  In our many years in the real estate, We have worked with lots of vendors and service providers.  We worked with some great vendors and some were not so great.  It has taken years of fine tuning this list to bring you this list of professional vendors....

KNOW YOUR OPTIONS by Fannie Mae

https://www.knowyouroptions.com/loanlookup Fannie Mae Loan Lookup Looking to Refinance, Modify Your Mortgage or Avoid Foreclosure? Know Your Options by Checking Here First. This tool helps you quickly determine if Fannie Mae owns your loan. If Fannie Mae does, you may be eligible for programs designed to make your mortgage more affordable—like the Home...

Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternatives (HAFA) Program – (Short Sale)

If you can’t afford your mortgage payment and it’s time for you to transition to more affordable housing, the Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternatives (HAFA) program is designed for you. HAFA provides two options for transitioning out of your mortgage: a short sale or a Deed-in-Lieu (DIL) of foreclosure. In a short sale, the mortgage company lets...

Foreclosure Alternatives…You Have Options!

Are you at a crossroads and have to decide to let your home go to foreclosure or file bankruptcy? Are you having a hardship due to a loss of job, reduced household income, marital challenges, increase medical expenses, overwhelming credit card debts or difficulty due to your new mortgage payment from your mortgage ARM adjustment? If so, you have options!  A...