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Making Home Affordable Program and His Refinance Part

The making home affordable program consists of two main parts: the home affordable modification program (HAMP) and the home affordable refinance program (HARP). The difference between HAMP and HARP Between those two variants there are no many differences. They are both about making the monthly payments affordable for the house owner in order to avoid foreclosure. HAMP will realize this through the modification of the interest rate and/or extending the loan repayment time. Harp will use refinancing as a tool to reduce mortgage interest rate. Home affordable refinance plus program may sometimes consist in a second mortgage when the equity is big enough. How does HARP work in practice? As you may know, when it comes to practice a lot of paperwork brake social programs from its straight course. Home affordable refinance application process did … Read entire article »

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Atlanta Foreclosure Press Release – Part 4

Announcement of Petition to stop illegal foreclosures in Georgia. Speaking are leaders of the NAACP, SCLC, other groups and law firms committed to see proper justice done and positive action taken. … Read entire article »

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Atlanta Foreclosure Press Release

Announcement of Petition to stop illegal foreclosures in Georgia. Speaking are leaders of the NAACP, SCLC, other groups and law firms committed to see proper justice done and positive action taken. … Read entire article »

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Solution to Recession Part 3 of 4

This video is a teaching sample for an application for an adjunct faculty position in economics at Grand Rapids Community College. It features a case study of the Great Recession of 2008 using the economic concepts of externalities, the market interest rate model, and pigovian taxes. Through these three economic concepts, the video examines some of the reasoning behind the Great Recession of 2008 as well as a proposed reaction to the event. … Read entire article »

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Wal-Mart – High Cost of Low Price part 2 of 10

Part 2 out of 10 of a film about how the largest supermarket chain in the USA are being paid and begged to open new stores in towns, while they are abusing the American people. Wal-mart have been begged and paid to establish new stores in towns all over America. As soon as the store opens, local shops are forced to declare bankruptcy since they cannot compete with Wal-Marts prices. Employees are victims for racism, and lack of proper health insurance through the job. Wal-Mart wants to put the responsibility on MediCare in order for them to save money. The company don’t care about the environment, and they care even less about the Chinese that make all lots of the goods you by for a cheap amount of money. They … Read entire article »

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Labour Law in South Africa (part 5 of 6)

www.bagraimsattorneys.co.za Michael Bagraim talk about what the law says in respect of dismissal; termination of contract, or non-renewal of fixed-term contracts; maternity or paternity, leave agreements: insolvency. (As broadcast by Fine Music Radio on 101.3 – www.fmr.co.za) … Read entire article »

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The Ugly Truth About The Housing Crisis Part 1

Mirrored With Permission. www.youtube.com Part 1 of 2 parts. The reasons to get out of real estate. articles.businessinsider.com … Read entire article »

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Bankruptcy Basics Part I Introduction to Bankruptcy (MMPA)

Bankruptcy is a legal process that provides relief to many individuals who can no longer pay all of their debts. This video provides general information about the bankruptcy process. Since the law is continually changing, some information on this video may be out of date. The video was produced by the Administrative Office of the United States Courts. This video is not a substitute for legal advice from a Bankruptcy Attorney. It is always best to consult with a Bankruptcy Attorney about your legal rights and responsibilities in your specific case. … Read entire article »

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Wal-Mart – High Cost of Low Price part 1 of 10

Part 1 out of 10 of a film about how the largest supermarket chain in the USA are being paid and begged to open new stores in towns, while they are abusing the American people. Wal-mart have been begged and paid to establish new stores in towns all over America. As soon as the store opens, local shops are forced to declare bankruptcy since they cannot compete with Wal-Marts prices. Employees are victims for racism, and lack of proper health insurance through the job. Wal-Mart wants to put the responsibility on MediCare in order for them to save money. The company don’t care about the environment, and they care even less about the Chinese that make all lots of the goods you by for a cheap amount of money. They … Read entire article »

Filed under: Bankruptcy Help

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