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New Law for Doing business CT!

Date: 10/03/2009 / Category: none , Current Grade A-

This is Great! Finally New Law was passed that All Real Estate Consultants Negotiating Short Sales Etc. must be licensed in Connecticut! After October 1, 2009 any new deals After that date…. This is Great keeps away the people that are Scammers and have no clue what there doing. And for Us to have a Licenses to back us up!

The Bill is 950!Check it out!!!
http://www.cga.ct.gov/2009/BA/2009SB-00950-R01-BA.htm

 

Foreclosure pushes women to Suicide

Date: 03/23/2009 / Category: none , Current Grade A

Families in Crisis!

Date: 03/23/2009 / Category: none , Current Grade C

Foreclosures and Suicides!!

Date: 03/23/2009 / Category: none , Current Grade A

FORECLOSURE CRISIS

Date: 03/23/2009 / Category: none , Current Grade ?

FORECLOSURE CRISIS
 
Rising unemployment and home foreclosures may soon be reflected in the nation's suicide rate.
LETS WORK TOGETHER AND HELP ALL THOSE IN NEED!
 
BEING MISINFORMED CAN LEAD TO DISASTER!
FORECLOSURE DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE IT DOES NOT MATTER WHAT COLOR YOU ARE, AGE OR INCOME!
LIVED ALL HER LIFE IN HER HOME AND WILL LOOSE IT DUE TO THE PRIME MESS CEO'S DID!!

 

MAKING HOME AFFORDABLE.GOV

Date: 03/23/2009 / Category: none , Current Grade B-

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MAKING HOME AFFORDABLE.GOV

Ok Obama passed this bill to help families...

Well a Loan Modification for those who are unaware takes three months due to the Mortae Crises it can take between 4 to 9 months. Loan Modifications has always beed around since Mortgages have been around. It is unfortunate people were unaware! A loan Modification is not a uarantee (per banks) but has lon has your debt is not more than your income anyone can qualify.

Home Affordabilty Plan " has Always been around" it is just that they put another name to it. (Loan Modification,Loss Mitiation,Forebarance,payment pland,deferments,hort... continue reading >>

Response to Foreclosure Scams

Date: 03/23/2009 / Category: none , Current Grade C

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Homeowners and anyone one else need to becareful with everthing. Homeowners are always encourage to research and get all vital information before working with any Company and or professionals. That is why it is up to the professionals to advice the Families correctly!

The following statement you made is unfare to say:

"Beware of any person or organization that asks you to pay a fee in exchange for housing counseling services or modification of a delinquent loan. Do not pay – walk away!"

There are comapies that focus in Loan Modification, Short Sales etc. obviously those compaies will not work... continue reading >>

Foreclosures may soon be reflected in the nation's suicide rate.

Date: 03/23/2009 / Category: none , Current Grade ?

 


FORECLOSURE CRISIS
 
Rising unemployment and home foreclosures may soon be reflected in the nation's suicide rate.
LETS WORK TOGETHER AND HELP ALL THOSE IN NEED!
 
BEING MISINFORMED CAN LEAD TO DISASTER!
FORECLOSURE DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE IT DOES NOT MATTER WHAT COLOR YOU ARE, AGE OR INCOME!
LIVED ALL HER LIFE IN HER HOME AND WILL LOOSE IT DUE TO THE PRIME MESS CEO'S DID!!

 

Rising unemployment and home foreclosures may soon be reflected in the nation's suicide rate.

Date: 03/23/2009 / Category: none , Current Grade A

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by Jocelyn Hanamirian Feb 6 2009 Rising unemployment and home foreclosures

As the nation's unemployment rate climbs—it jumped another four-tenths of a percent last month, when employers culled 598,000 jobs—some mental-health experts worry that we may see a corresponding rise in suicides.

Anecdotal evidence of the problem has been around for months, from the suicide of French aristocrat and Madoff victim Rene-Thierry Magon de la Villehuchet to the murder-suicide committed by a laid-off man in Southern California.

But experts have been split about whether suicides overall are really on the rise. Empirically, it's too early... continue reading >>

View: Full | Compact * My Notes * Notes About Me Distressed Borrower Commits Suicide Over Foreclosure

Date: 03/22/2009 / Category: none , Current Grade A

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View: Full | Compact My Notes
Notes About Me
Distressed Borrower Commits Suicide Over Foreclosure Share Today at 5:07pm | Edit Note | Delete Less than two hours before her home was scheduled to be auctioned, a Massachusetts woman decided to commit suicide by shooting herself. This unfortunate news shocked Americans and forced many to think if it is a sign that the housing crisis is really taking a toll on the nation.
Foreclosure Crisis

The tragedy also echoes the problems being experienced by millions of homeowners facing foreclosure. Most distressed borrowers are at their wit’s end and... continue reading >>

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