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Big News! Current on your mortgage, but property underwater? - 11/30/11 08:53 PM
Thanks to Amy Mullen for sharing this great information with me. This is big new for those of you that can't refinance because your home is not worth what you need to finance. New Refinance Program Targets ‘Underwater’ Owners Current on Payments November 30, 2011 — fannie mae, freddie mac, hamp, HARP, home loans, middlesex county, mortgages, refinance, struggling homeowners, underwater, worcester county This seems like big news! I was just reading this article from Orlando which is a very hard hit area of the country. “Starting Thursday, home owners with “underwater” mortgages can apply for a new Fannie Mae and Freddie (1 comments)
Caution~Property Winterized In my world this means Caution~Property Winterized=Come Steal My Copper
This is a common piece of paper taped to the front doors of vacant properties that have been winterized by the property preservation companies usually hired by the bank that has either foreclosed on the property, or is in the process of foreclosing. The bank has a vesting interest therefore they try to protect the property.
However, my question?,”WHY DOES IT HAVE TO BE THE FRONT DOOR VISIBLE BY THE STREET?”
What I have found is this is an open invitation to a less (7 comments)
Sneak Peek~By Crawford Realty Team~2 Family in Worcester soon to hit the market - 11/19/11 08:21 PM
This is a large 2 family home in Worcester Ma. Just minutes to the Mass Pike, this home features a large updated 2 floor owner unit with large front to back livingroom, spacious kitchen with ceramic tile, 1st floor master bedroom and bath, and additional living in finished basement. 2nd unit is nice open floor plan and 2 spacious bedrooms. Walk up attic could be finished for additional living area. Beautiful view and an inground pool completes this package. (1 comments)
Crawford Realty team has recently negotiated a $35,000 payment to their short sale client at closing. In addition the seller also received another $3000 as a HAFA incentive for a total check to the seller at closing of $38,000. Chase Bank is sending homeowners a solicitation letter offering up to $35,000 to do a short sale. We listed the house, received an offer almost immediately, and closed the sales transaction in 80 days from listing to close. Once an offer was obtained, the Crawford Realty Team submitted a short sale package to Chase, and worked co operatively with the (1 comments)
Find a Condo to Rent This Weekend! - 11/11/11 08:29 PM
Very nice 2 bedroom Condo at Thayer Pond for rent in Oxford Mass. This condo has a spacious kitchen, large living room with fireplace, 2 very spacious bedrooms, family room and a garage under. Fall in love with this unit immediately (0 comments)
Twas Two Days Before Halloween - 11/02/11 10:25 PM
Twas Two Days Before Halloween and all through the house not a creature was sturing not even a fat mouse. The bags of candy lay on the table however no one knew Halloween was not able The winds began to blow and the snow began to flow
By Sunday Morn there was no power And Halloween was postponed hour by hour The Kids were happy, the kids were sad When school was cancelled they were glad
Mother nature is all confussed Rumor has it that the (2 comments)
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