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Jan 22

5 Key Differentiators That Distinguish Amerihope Alliance from the Rest

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Choosing the right firm to represent you when facing foreclosure is a bit like choosing the right doctor. You want someone with a proven track record, someone who has built up trust among their clients and is effectively and responsibly committed to providing the highest level of care in the industry. In similar fashion, the …

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Dec 31

Gregory M. Nordt, ESQ Honored with Client Distinction Award

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Gregory M. Nordt, ESQ Attorney at Amerihope Alliance Legal Services (http://amerihopealliance.com), has earned the 2013 Client Distinction Award from Martindale-Hubbell. Amerihope Alliance Legal Services is distinguished by its reputation and the diverse backgrounds and achievements of its lawyers and staff. They are committed to providing clients with quality legal services including foreclosure defense, IRS debt …

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Dec 10

Tax Deductions and their Impact on the Mortgage Sector

Tax Deductions and their Impact on the Mortgage Sector

In order to reduce the budget deficits, both democratic and republican parties seem to agree that eliminating certain tax breaks is the way to go. Homeowners are allowed to deduct mortgage interest from their yearly tax. When the tax cuts come under congress’ microscope, mortgage interest deduction will most likely be discussed. The authorities may …

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Dec 07

Mortgage Principal Reductions

Mortgage Principal Reduction

Apart from the ongoing debate about mortgage interest deductions; a discussion on mortgage principal reductions has also resurfaced. The idea was put forward earlier this year and was never implemented (apart from a few cases in recent months). In the next few months, the idea will either be implemented or completely rejected, settling the debate …

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Dec 03

Getting Help With Foreclosure

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A recent study stated that about 50% homeowners do not seek help when behind on their payments until it’s too late and they receive a foreclosure notice. The results of this study didn’t come as a surprise to us, as most of the cases we handle belong to homeowners that waited and waited to seek …

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