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Trump will Revamp the Dodd Frank Act

revamp dodd frank act

Trump intends to revamp  the Dodd-Frank Act written by Dem. Senator Chris Dodd and Rep. Barney Frank.  The republicans feel that there are too many regulations in the 2300 page written law for Wall Street Reform. On the contrary, Democrats … Continue reading →

Mortgage Settlement to help Underwater Homeowners

Mortgage Settlement to help Underwater Homeowners

One would think that the intent of the National Mortgage Settlement to help underwater homeowners would have been more effective.  It should have operated and functioned to the benefit of the homeowner.  But it didn’t! As it is and reported … Continue reading →

Do you Have an Unaffordable Mortgage?


Do you have an unaffordable mortgage and about to lose your home? You can solve this problem by contacting the NACA (Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America) Homesave Program. Don’t let an Unaffordable Mortgage Make You Lose Your Home It just … Continue reading →

Stop Foreclosure with Automatic Stay


Did you know that you could stop a foreclosure dead in its tracks with an automatic stay? Yes, you can stop a foreclosure at the last minute. In case the foreclosure sale is scheduled to happen in the next day … Continue reading →

You Can Win in Court as a Pro Se Litigant


Are you about to lose your home and need to hire an attorney, but can’t afford it?  Did you think about representing yourself in court, but don’t know how?  I have a solution to your problem.  Jurisdictionary will show you … Continue reading →

Example Letter to a Mortgage Company Requesting a Loan Modification


November 2, 2012 Written by Kevin Mercadante This is perhaps one of the best and well written loan modification letters that I have seen.  I thought I would share this with my subscribers because it covers all of the points … Continue reading →

Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act 2015

mortgage forgiveness debt relief act 2015

So far, we have been very fortunate that our government has extended a tax program, for the past 8 years, that will eliminate a taxable mortgage debt that would have been treated as ordinary income namely, the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt … Continue reading →

Which States Allow Deficiency Judgments?

states allow deficiency judgments

Most states allow deficiency judgments and unless the homeowner understands the foreclosure laws in their state, they may be pursued by their former lenders to make payments on an outstanding balance. That is why, it is important to review the … Continue reading →

30 Year Fixed FHA Refinance Rate: for borrowers with Negative Equity

30 yr fixed FHA refinance rate

 FHA continues to offer a 30 year fixed FHA refinance rate loan program designed to help “underwater” homeowners who owe more on their loan balance than the property is worth. The program was created to give homeowners a better opportunity … Continue reading →

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