Current News and Information
Notice of Default and Intent to Accelerate Letter - Foreclosure is On The Way
Legal Situations Article #29 -
June 16, 2017
The Notice of Default and Intent to Accelerate Notice or Letter is the first step in the foreclosure process. Some mortgage companies/banks begin this legally required step of foreclosure even during a loan modification review. They do this in order not to delay the foreclosure longer should they not feel it is in their best interest to offer you a loan modification.
A Good First Impression Maximizes Home Sales
Home Improvement Article #28 -
June 13, 2017
Some homes just stand out, drawing the attention of passers-by and making people stop to take a second look. These homes are said to have “curb appeal.” A distinctive doorway, an attractively landscaped entry, a colorful garden viewed through a set of brightly painted French doors, an inviting walkway with a handmade bench—curb appeal is whatever gives a home a unique sense of style. Having curb appeal helps to sell a home; not having curb appeal can result in a slow sale or no sale.
Mortgage Debt Get Help - Renegotiating Your Loan in 2017
Debt Relief Article #11 -
June 08, 2017
There is a good news/ bad news side of owing money if you're a borrower in trouble with mortgage debt. The good news is that your lender might be willing to renegotiate your loan to give you a break on your payments.
Top 10 Homeowner Tax Breaks
Financial Article #2 -
June 07, 2017
Your home offers a score of tax deductions and credits designed to help offset the cost of housing and to keep the housing market fueled with new buyers.
Check a Home's Insurance History
Insurance Article #10 -
June 06, 2017
The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACT Act) was enacted in 2003 and amends the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), a federal law that regulates, in part, who is permitted to access your consumer report information and how it can be used. The FACT Act entitles a consumer to obtain one free copy of his/her consumer file from certain consumer reporting agencies during each 12-month period.