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It’s been found that homes have continued to sell well, despite rising mortgage rates. The jump in new home sales is great news but whether it was due to growing demand or fears of even higher…Continue
Started Jul 31, 2013
Is there any difference between two? If they are different then are they interlinked? What does they mean and helpful while purchasing new home?Continue
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John Dzialo is an expert Lawyer in solving cases related to mortgage, real estate and foreclosure attorney. Some of their solved cases have been published in brief on their website. Take for example the following: one of his client faced imminent eviction after foreclosure sale to a third party. With the eviction still threatened, the client was deployed to Afghanistan not knowing if her family would be locked out of the home while she was gone. We negotiated a stand down on eviction with the third party purchaser, and after 14 months in litigation, the lender bought back the property and title was restored to the clients free and clear, wiping out a $550,000.00 mortgage. Attorney fees were paid by the lender.
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Posted on March 19, 2013 at 9:00pm
When seeking a home loan it is important to educate yourself about the process beforehand. The first step in the mortgage loan process is that of getting pre-qualified. It should be noted that while inexperienced borrowers often mistake prequalification for preapproval, the two are not the same. Prequalification involves giving a lender a snapshot of your financial situation. The prequalification process provides them with an understanding of your debts, your income and any assets you…Continue
Posted on February 20, 2013 at 2:00am — 1 Comment
As far as California law goes, a non-judicial foreclosure sale is usually deemed final upon the highest bid being accepted. This means that once there is a bona fide purchaser and the trustee’s deed has been issued, the foreclosure sale is normally considered complete as long as the issuance occurs and is recorded within 15 days of the auction. That is why the ruling in the recent bankruptcy case In re Gonzales, is considered unusual and somewhat at variance with established law. One Central…Continue
Posted on January 21, 2013 at 4:37am