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Bank of America: Puts stop to cash out refinances

Bank of America: Puts stop to cash out refinances

Bank of America certainly turned some heads last week when it told its retail loan officers nationwide that the lender will halt, for now, originations of cash-out refinancings, citing what it calls a “surge of refinancing activity” and capacity problems....
SB 458: What can save me from a short sale deficiecny? This does.

SB 458: What can save me from a short sale deficiecny? This does.

Senate Majority Leader Corbett came through for many homeowners in a tight pinch. Those that were worried about completing a short sale while still having a second mortgage that could come after them years later, commonly to what everyone refers to as seeking a...
Fannie Mae: Bank of America’s HAFA program sees major changes… Leaves many homeowners in the lurch and forecloses on those who waited.

Fannie Mae: Bank of America’s HAFA program sees major changes… Leaves many homeowners in the lurch and forecloses on those who waited.

As of July 13th 2011 Bank of America received a new guidelines (or in the business it is called a directive) from our old pal Fannie Mae(FNMA). In this new guideline change they are requiring homeowners that look to go through the HAFA program to actually jump through...

Wells Fargo: Short Sales go through Equator… Well at least for the most part.

Wells Fargo has a long standing reputation to upkeep of being the fuddy duddy of the Loss Mitigation industry. I am sure that if they could convince people to submit their short sale and loan modification packages via the old horse drawn cart they would. Well in an...

Bank of America: Fannie Mae(FNMA) Loans to go through new ringer for HAFA Program Assistance for Homeowners

Would you think that they would let the homeowner’s get off easily for that long? Well it seems that Fannie is back at it again. This time at Bank of America with a whole slue of new hoops for the very tax payers keeping their doors open. In this case it seems...