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Mortgage refinancing- do it now, or wait? What direction are rates currently projecting on going?

Would it be better to refinance now at about 6.5% fixed for 30 years, or wait a few months? What’s the rate outlook? This is for New York. … Read entire article »

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What are the differences between going to different lenders for a Mortgage refinancing?

I am working with my original lender to refinance my house, but I’m curious as to what advantages I have of looking somewhere else. Can the rates be lower from one lender to another or does the market pretty much make it the same for all? … Read entire article »

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my son signed a contract to engage an attorney. he can’t pay his bills and is going to file bankruptcy.?

there is a line in the contract that says he can’t list his attorneys fees in his bankruptcy. is that right? she can garnishe his wages and he can’t include her bill in bankruptcy? … Read entire article »

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Bank of America and other Lenders are going to buy back a lot of loans because of foreclosure -gate

foreclosuresolvers.com Because of the discoveries from the foreclosure-gate investigations, Bank of America, JP Morgan and other lenders are going to be required to buy back billions of dollars in bad loans that were packaged and sold as AAA rated securities. Insiders has testified that up to 80% of the loan they sold did not meet their own underwriting standards. So this meant those loans had a high likelihood of defaulting which most did. Now heavy hitters like PIMCO, the New York Fed and other are demanding these originating lenders buy back these bad securities because of breach of contract and fraud. If these lenders really get stung by this and can’t continue to sell these bad loans to the federal government, they may be more motivated to offer easier and … Read entire article »

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I’m going into bankruptcy in Portland, OR. My attorney fees will total $1500. How can I pay for this?

I will be filing for bankruptcy by the end of the week. The problem is, I don’t have any money to pay the $1500 total in attorney and filing fees. (I don’t even understand how they expect people filing to have the money … come on). Anyone know any options? … Read entire article »

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Even The Best Debt Settlement Companies Are Going Down

www.FreeDebtExam.com http www.Debt-Professor.com The best debt settlement companies are at risk of new legislation. Find out why the Debt Professor downgraded Debt settlement companies as a viable debt option in 2010 … Read entire article »

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What legal agreement can I fix up when someone is going to pay me monthly?

I am letting my ex-wife pay my car which is under lease. I no longer need the car, and was going to do a lease trade. Instead I am giving her the chance to pay it, monthly. What legal agreement can I get her to sign that will more or less insure I get the payments, and if not; repercussions will occur? The lease is under my name, and I cannot trade the lease over to her, because of her bad credit. Any help please? … Read entire article »

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How do you keep your business going?

How do you keep your business going? Paul Sweeney from SV Partners gives some valuable advice (training video) … Read entire article »

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What are the best actions new homeowners should take to avoid going into foreclosure in the future?

Here is the scenario and actual facts. Right now in this country, we are experiencing an unprecedented number of home foreclosures! What I’m talking about here is; from the day the new homeowners occupy their home, what should they be doing or NOT doing in order to AVOID going into foreclosure? If you have been a successful homeowner for a good length of time, what have YOU been doing to make sure that you will always meet your obligation to the bank or mortgage company? … Read entire article »

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one of my properties is going under foreclosure because of nonpayment. What can I do?

i am six months behind. The lenders already told me it is under foreclosure. is there anything i can do to avoid this.? please help … Read entire article »

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When going thru a bankruptcy, whose responsibility is it to obtain the reaffirmation agreement for a vehicle?

Is it the responsibility of the attorney who is representing you, or is it the responsibility of the person going thru bankruptcy? … Read entire article »

Filed under: Bankruptcy Help

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