Tag Archive: Loan Modification

Mar 08

Hardship Letter Tips for a Successful Loan Modification

Hardship Letter Tips for your Loan Workout If you are trying to obtain a loan modification or other loan workout plan, then your bank’s guidelines are going to require that you write a hardship letter. What is a Hardship Letter? A hardship letter is required by lenders when negotiating a loan modification or any loan …

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Jul 11

Amerihope Alliance Legal Services Celebrates 3rd Anniversary

Amerihope Alliance Legal Services, a premier loan modification/foreclosure defense law firm, is proud to celebrate our third anniversary of successfully assisting homeowners in their time of need.  We have performed approximately 100 successful loan modifications per month since beginning our efforts in 2008, completing a total of approximately 3,500 in three years.  In addition to …

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Jun 30

The Housing Crisis – Five Years and counting! Is There An End in Sight?

When housing market prices in the U.S. began escalating in the 1980′s they basically continued to rise until the early 2000′s. Then the fiasco began. In June, 2006, the housing market crisis became a reality. A family in California, the Giangregorios, who actually had equity in the home they have lived in for the last …

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Jun 08

Three Strikes – Bank of America is OUT!

Collier County, Florida – After actually paying CASH for their home which had previously been owned by Bank of America, the bank had the audacity to issue a foreclosure on Warren and Maureen Nyerges’s home. This proves that Bank of America is unaware of or does not care what harm they are causing homeowners. After …

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May 13

Super Successful Loan Modifications of The Week

Before: Homeowner was 11 months behind on monthly mortgage payments of $1,765.72 with an interest rate of 6.75%. After: Homeowners were approved for a permanent Nationstar loan modification through the Making Home Affordable program (HAMP). They are saving $689.58 per month with their new monthly mortgage payments of $1,076.14. Their interest rate will be 2% …

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