mortgage relief: CA Modification completed - 02/24/10 02:23 PM
We completed a CA Mod. Payment went from 2,335.01 to 730.45 at 3% with taxes and insurance included. Borrower was over 20k delinquent on their taxes and 15k delinquent on their loan. This is a step ladder mod so the peak rate will be 6% with final payment being $1226.08 - this was a doozy but because we are persistent and insistant it all worked out. Congradulations Mr Grimes - Oakland, Ca
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mortgage relief: Another successful Making Homes Affordable client - 12/31/09 06:07 AM
After a year of persistence to keep this family in their home, we finally received news from Chase that they had made this families loan permenant through the MHA program.
This family suffered what I consider a great hardship. The mother has been battling cancer for a few years and became disabled.  She is married so her husband has been taking care of all the bills. I am happy to see her and her family will get to stay in their home and at an affordable rate. Great job! Happy New Year for this family . The Plan was approved through … (2 comments)

mortgage relief: 3rd Party Advocates Guide to Modifying Loans - 10/12/09 02:43 PM
3rd Party Advocates Guide to Modifying loans on Facebook Our 3rd Party Advocate's Guide to Modifying Loans blows away every other "Do It Yourself" manual available on the web. Learn how to process a successful loan modification request from the very people who have years of hands on experience with the lenders. OMG's new 3rd Party Advocates Guide to Modifying Loans will be available for purchase October 30th.
The guide covers the in's and out's of processing a successful Loan Modification request. Including:
* Pre-qualifying a prospective client on the ...spot
* How to specifically deal with the banks
* The … (0 comments)

 
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