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Washington State Foreclosure Process

Facing the prospect of foreclosure is a confusing, time-consuming and emotionally-charged time for a homeowner. The good news is the Washington State Foreclosure Process has very specific milestones in place to help consumers avoid foreclosure, by negotiating a loan modification or doing a short sale. What are the foreclosure milestones in Washington State? After missing […]

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Do You Qualify for Short Sale Cash Incentives?

If you are considering a short sale, cash incentives offered by lenders and the federal government may be available to you. Lenders paying homeowners cash incentives up to $35,000  Get a no-cost, confidential short sale consultation today. Lenders, including Chase, Bank of America and Ocwen, are paying significant cash incentives to encourage sellers to do a […]

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5 Steps to Take If You’re Behind on Your Mortgage

If you are behind on your mortgage, you’re not alone. Thousands of homeowners have missed mortgage payments and are struggling with financial challenges. The good news is that federal and local agencies, even banks, are working to help those who are behind on their mortgages from going into foreclosure. If you are behind on your mortgage, […]

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3 Landmines That Can Destroy a Short Sale

Landmine #1: Assuming lender approval of an offer will automatically postpone foreclosure proceedings. In Washington State, lender approval of a short sale does not automatically halt a foreclosure sale. Once foreclosure proceedings are initiated, there are three parties involved in your transaction: the lender’s loss mitigation contact, the lender’s foreclosure contact (who is in a […]

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Learn the 5 Things Not To Say in a Hardship Letter

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