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Chase Short Sale Procedure in Palm Beach Gardens Florida

by Rodney Forbes on September 28, 2012

Chase is one of the largest multinational banking corporations, and supply plenty of services to match their reputation: banking, investments, and now, short sales. Since branches of the company can be found in Palm Beach Gardens Florida, as well as across Florida, a homeowner can easily avail of a short sale from Chase, along with […]

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Short Sale Myths in Palm Beach Gardens

by Rodney Forbes on September 27, 2012

Because of homeowners wanting to conduct short sale initiatives on their own, they usually come across the top five short sale myths. In result, it has led to prevalent confusion and widespread misconceptions in Palm Beach Gardens Florida, not only on its details, but the process involved as well. The truth is that short sales […]

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Foreclosure Alternatives in Palm Beach Gardens Florida

by Rodney Forbes on September 26, 2012

Various homeowners have been facing ugly foreclosures ever since the real estate meltdown. Generally, a foreclosure means the possibility of losing one’s home, and one of the things in this sad truth in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida is the ongoing economic slump that has resulted in massive unemployment rates. In addition to this is the […]

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Palm Beach Gardens Florida Short Sale Steps

by Rodney Forbes on September 26, 2012

For both buyers and sellers, the steps to a short sale may seem to be blurry and complicated. Buyers may be discouraged with the drawn out short sale approval method, while sellers may understand in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida that their lack of knowledge surrounding real estate short sales can be nerve-racking and concerning as […]

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Why should I choose a short sale in Jupiter Florida

by Rodney Forbes on September 26, 2012

The short sale process in Jupiter Florida can be a long tedious process, but upon completion, will show its true benefits. Depending  on the state, and whether the short sale was a traditional short sale or the HAFA short sale, a homeowner will be forgiven  the deficiency after the short sale; meaning you will not […]

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Why Banks Reject Short Sales in Palm Beach Gardens Florida

by Rodney Forbes on September 17, 2012

A short sale may be the best solution for the homeowner who desires to avoid foreclosure. A short sale is for the homeowner who is facing foreclosure and needs to get out from under their home. The Palm Beach Gardens short sale process can be a lengthy process due to the fact that it requires […]

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Just when you thought the Florida foreclosure mess couldn’t take one more turn into the Twilight Zone, new information is released about the so called “robosigners” used by one of the largest foreclosures law firms in Florida. In an effort to rush through thousands of home foreclosures since 2007, financial institutions and their mortgage servicing […]

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Bank of America Foreclosure Mess: The Death of Housing?

by Rodney Forbes on October 13, 2010

Bank of America and other lenders are under attack again for the foreclosure mess that has brought about a freeze on thousands of foreclosure cases around the country. Since all crises with suspected fraud or wrongdoing have to have a name with “gate” on the end of it, we’ll officially name this as “Robo-signer-gate” (you […]

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The uproar over the foreclosure freeze with Bank of America, GMAC and others has turned into a political hot potato. As some politicians are looking for more opportunity to bash banks and their mortgage processes, it seems important to find out what the foreclosure paperwork mess is all about. As the video above shows, many […]

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Bank of America to Freeze Foreclosures in all 50 States

by Rodney Forbes on October 11, 2010

Following the announcement that Bank of America would join other major lenders in freezing foreclosure proceedings in certain states, including Florida, Bank of America now has decided to expand the freeze to all 50 states. BofA is using this time to review foreclosure documents on thousands of cases that have recently come under criticism of […]

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