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Oct 12

Qualify and Benefit from Mortgage Modifications

Loan Modification Attorney

This blog about mortgage modification is a continuation of our series on important terms used in the mortgage industry. Mortgage modification, also known as loan modification can be extremely helpful for homeowners who are suffering from financial setbacks and are unable to manage payments at their current rates. Mortgage modification is different from mortgage refinancing …

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Oct 10

Overview of Important Terms Used in the Mortgage Industry

Mortgage Industry Terms

As a Homeowner, You Should Know These Terms Amerihope Alliance Legal Services truly understands the plight of homeowners struggling to keep up with their mortgage payments and facing foreclosure. This article is the first in a series that will help you as a homeowner familiarize yourself with important mortgage industry terms and processes. REFINANCE: Mortgage refinance …

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Jan 10

State of the Union: Affordable Mortgages

Has Obama’s Housing Policy Failed?  Obama’s Housing Plan Did you watch the State of the Union Address on Tuesday? It’s Obama’s last before the election later this year. President Obama hit on a number of points and spoke firmly about using “government power to balance the scale between America’s rich and the rest of the …

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Dec 15

Foreclosure Help from…Occupy Wall Street?

Occupy Wall Street

Struggling with continuous evictions and attempting to confront economic issues at the same time, the 3 months old Occupy Wall Street movement is setting its sights on the foreclosure crisis. Championed by occupyourhomes.org, participants all across America are now learning about subprime mortgages and wrongful foreclosures and interacting with homeowners in mortgage problems to see …

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Dec 10

Florida Homeowners, Have You Applied for HARP 2.0?


Refinancing guidelines have recently been changed by the Obama administration in order to help more struggling homeowners who have negative equity. This means if you have stayed current on your mortgage for the past 12 months and upside you may qualify, that’s where HARP 2.0 comes in. Implemented in October, HARP 2.0 is the Federal …

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