bankruptcy: Bad Credit Auto Financing Plentiful In the U.S. - 03/14/13 01:37 PM
FACT: The market for auto loans is fragmented, with no lender controlling more than 6 percent of the market in the third quarter of 2012, according to data compiled by Experian Plc.   Consumers turned down for financing at the dealership still have options. There are boutique lenders throughout the U.S. that specialize in helping people with prior repossessions, bankruptcies and other credit drama to still get approved for vehicle financing.   Talk to me about our exclusive offer … (0 comments)

bankruptcy: Is Your Loan Forgiven If Your Lender Goes Bankrupt? - 07/13/12 05:56 AM
The real estate and mortgage crisis that ensued since 2007 has resulted in hundreds of banks, mortgage companies and other lenders going out of business.
You may have received letters from your lender indicating they have filed for bankruptcy protection under chapter 11. What does this mean for you? According to Carmen Dellutri, Esq., founder of The Dellutri Law Group, P.A., the answer must be “very lawyerly: It depends.”
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What did you do with your tax refund this year?o Paid down my debto Stashed it in my savingso Shopping!o I didn’t get a refund this year
Is Your Loan Forgiven If … (1 comments)

bankruptcy: Does Your Bank Owe You Money? - Mortgage By Randy - September 2011 - 09/26/11 07:22 PM

bankruptcy: 5 Truths to Know If You’re Considering Bankruptcy - 08/12/11 09:01 AM
If you or a client are struggling with debt, here are 5 things to know about bankruptcy and how it may affect your future:
1. It’s more common than you think. In 2009, more than 1 million people filed for bankruptcy.
2. It may save your house. Bankruptcy’s automatic stay is designed to stop foreclosure, even if the process has already started. Plus, Chapter 13 bankruptcy is designed to resolve back debt from your mortgage. Few other programs can do this.
3. You do not need to study for the means test. The means test is not an exam, and … (0 comments)

bankruptcy: 5 Things To Do Before Seeing a Bankruptcy Lawyer - 08/06/11 06:29 AM
Taking care of these five simple tasks before you meet with a bankruptcy lawyer for the first time may help you get the answers you need. Gathering this information ahead of time can help you make a clear, informed decision about the best way to clear your debt. If you are not comfortable completing a free bankruptcy case evaluation form online, you have the option of using your phone to call toll free 877-683-5154.
1. Prioritize Your Needs
The best course of action may depend on what you need the most. Is your top priority stopping foreclosure? Do you need to clear your debt quickly? … (2 comments)

bankruptcy: #377413 Reporting For Duty - Mortgage By Randy Newsletter - May 2011 - 05/29/11 06:17 PM

bankruptcy: Free Loan Modifications - Mortgage by Randy Newsletter - June 2009 - 06/19/09 02:40 AM
Mortgage by Randy
monthly update to our clients, colleagues, family & friends
By: Randy Mitchelson, June 2009
 In Issue 15 We Touch On:
Free Loan Modifications
Good & Bad of New Credit Card Regulation
Fixing Credit Report Errors
Mortgage interest rates surged in the last 3 weeks (about 60 basis points) so refinances are slowing.  Rates are still very low in historical terms so purchase money mortgage volume is steady.  The Federal Reserve has engineered this rate environment dating back to their fourth quarter 2008 tactics so there is no worry about rates suddenly ballooning.  A no point 30 year … (0 comments)

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