fort lauderdale and palm beach: Short Sale Specialist in Broward, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach, Florida - 07/16/11 04:00 AM
What is a short sale?  This is anytime a lender is willing to accept lower than the payoff amount of the loan.  Now you may ask, "why would they do this?"  There are several reasons, but mainly any time they can prevent a foreclosure and receive some money for the property, they are making a better business decision.
Without getting to deep in detail, the process is extremely complicated and takes time, but it can be most rewarding to a seller who has kept good credit only to now face foreclosure and extremely beneficial to a buyer who has the opportunity to purchase … (0 comments)

fort lauderdale and palm beach: Short Sale Agent in Broward, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach , Florida. - 07/16/11 03:53 AM
What is a short sale?  This is anytime a lender is willing to accept lower than the payoff amount of the loan.  Now you may ask, "why would they do this?"  There are several reasons, but mainly any time they can prevent a foreclosure and receive some money for the property, they are making a better business decision.
Without getting to deep in detail, the process is extremely complicated and takes time, but it can be most rewarding to a seller who has kept good credit only to now face foreclosure and extremely beneficial to a buyer who has the opportunity to purchase … (0 comments)

fort lauderdale and palm beach: Stop foreclosure in Broward, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach, Florida? - 07/15/11 02:35 PM
YES, it can be done! You can stop foreclosure in Broward and Palm Beach counties, Fort Lauderdale,  Florida.   If you are a homeowner who is is struggling to pay your mortgage because of a long term job loss, divorce, decreased income or any other type of hardship then you can stop foreclosure.  There are a number of ways for homeowners in Broward county and palm beach counties, Fort Lauderdale, Florida to stop foreclosure, some are as follows:
*  Get current on your mortgage.                                                           
*  Apply to your lender for a  temporary repayment plan (a forbearance).                                         
*  Refinance your loan ( a reduction in monthly payments)                         
*  Get a loan modification
*  Sell your property and use the equity … (3 comments)

 
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