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Fannie Mae: Commercial Loan Modifications …not just for Residential Markets!

Fannie Mae is always on the look out, like any servicer, for the best solutions that in the long run lose them the least amount of money. Commercial owners and owners of investment properties rarely see the benefits of these programs. Since October of 2009, a little...
MHA:What is the HAMP review? Frequently Asked Questions.

MHA:What is the HAMP review? Frequently Asked Questions.

Many different acronyms get thrown around frequently in the business world. The banking world being one of the largest cogs in private sector it is no wonder confronting your mortgage company and getting a clear understanding of what they are trying to say or who you...
MHA: Bank of America’s (and just about everyone else’s) spiel for Immanent Default.

MHA: Bank of America’s (and just about everyone else’s) spiel for Immanent Default.

Frequently our clients are concerned about approaching Bank of America to complete their immanent default interview, which happens prior to their falling behind, because they don’t know what to expect. It is important to know is that if you do not answer yes to...
NEWS: Tax Incentives Extended: Thousands of Short Sales saved from Buyers dropping their offers!

NEWS: Tax Incentives Extended: Thousands of Short Sales saved from Buyers dropping their offers!

Anyone riding the short sale pipeline may have seen many buyers getting antsy as we came to the end of the filing period for tax payers to cash in on those home buying incentives. Well many of those last-minute buyers can wipe the sweat off their brow along with...
Wachovia: An offer that is too low they will automatically get you kicked out.

Wachovia: An offer that is too low they will automatically get you kicked out.

Wachovia known for its speedy work outs and it could be because of the streamline guidelines that they put out to begin with. In fact those rules aren’t necessarily that stringent but they do keep the flow of work going. Wachovia’s short sale department...
Fannie Mae: 30 Days or less to a Foreclosure Sale you need at least 25% down for help!

Fannie Mae: 30 Days or less to a Foreclosure Sale you need at least 25% down for help!

Fannie Mae in another attempt to tighten its servicing belt has decided to release new servicing procedures that are only going to make it tougher for those homeowners who find themselves in an already tough position. Starting as of this month they have increased...