Loan modification

Do I Need A Lawyer For A Home Loan Modification?

Home loan modifications have been areallybig deal the last few years.   The reality, however, is that the number of actual successful modifications is far less than originally “promised” by politicians, lenders and others involved in the process.   Tales of lost documents, months-long delays, and then denials abound.   Given that, is it necessary or advisable to hire a lawyer to guide you through the process of trying to get a modification to your home loan? Of course, opinions will vary from lawyer to lawyer, but with some exceptions discussed below, it usually isnotnecessary.

Category: Loan modification

From the Marketing Trenches: Data Analysis Success Stories

While many organizations are interested in the potential of big data and are beginning to shape their data analysis strategies, some of the world’s biggest are well on their way to becoming data-driven to connect with customers and boost revenue. For example, companies like Macy’s, JPMorgan Chase and Starwood Hotels and Resorts are incorporating data-driven marketing into their efforts, according to Data Marketing News. The biggest impact of data analysis on the retailer’s marketing efforts is that the company now measure success in terms of the response of real people over time, notes Julie Bernard, Macy’s group vice president of customer centricity, direct marketing and loyalty.

Category: Loan modification

Tag: Freddie Mac

By: Amy Pritchard Williams, Roger L. Smerage Affirming the dismissal of aqui tamlawsuit based on certifications made to the Federal National Mortgage Association (“Fannie Mae”) and the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (“Freddie Mac”), the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit recently held that neither entity is an officer, employee, or agent of the United States. Therefore, demands or requests for payment made to these entities are not claims under 31 U. S. C. § 3729(b)(2)(A)(i) of the False Claims Act. United States ex rel. Adams v.

Category: Loan modification

About Government Refinance and Home Purchase Programs

With the HARP 2. 0 now up and running and the new FHA streamline program being announced more and more borrowers are able to refinance than ever. (If you would like to learn if you qualify for one of those programs just contact us in the form on the right. ) But in spite of the government-backed refinance loans that are becoming available, some people cannot meet the qualifications for a refinance. When a borrower cannot qualify for a refinance they can either work to overcome the hurdles keeping them from qualifying or they can plead for a loan modification from their current lender.

Category: Loan modification

More than 1,000 Marylanders eligible for relief in $470M HSBC settlement

More than 1,000 Maryland borrowers who lost their homes to foreclosure after working with HSBC bank on loans are eligible for payments under the terms of a $470 million settlement reached with the British firm over abusive lending practices, Attorney General E. Brian Frosh said Friday. The agreement between HSBC North America Holdings Inc. and the U. S. Justice Department, other federal agencies and attorney generals in 49 states and the District of Columbia requires HSBC to pay $100 million, including $40. 5 million to the federal government and $59.

Category: Loan modification

Loan Operations Specialist Salary

Median pay for Loan Operations Specialists in the United States lies in the neighborhood of $15. 21 per hour. Career length and the particular city each impact pay for this group, with the former having the largest influence. Job satisfaction for Loan Operations Specialists is high. A large number have medical and dental plans, and the greater part have vision insurance. Men are in the minority of survey respondents, with female Loan Operations Specialists making up 78 percent. This report is based on responses to the PayScale salary survey. $28,724 - $60,197 Add this chart to your site: 640px    300px  Copy and paste this HTML: $12.

Category: Loan modification

Loan Modification Trouble: Documenting Non-Traditional Income

Working with a mortgage company can be a long, frustrating process. Whether you are seeking to purchase a home, trying to refinance, or working with your current lender to modify your existing mortgage, the accurate verification of household income is a crucial piece to getting approved. Many Americans don’t earn a consistent paycheck twice a month. Those who are self-employed or rely on tips, as well as commission based employees and landlords who receive cash payments from their tenants. Without a reliable system for documenting this money, many give “best guess” estimates.

Category: Loan modification

FRB: Financial Accounting Manual

80. 01 General This chapter addresses the accounting for financial assets and liabilities for which the accounting policies are not specified in other FAM chapters. These financial assets and liabilities are not part of the System Open Market Account (SOMA) and should be accounted for in accordance with GAAP. This chapter provides general accounting guidance for the unique aspects of these assets and liabilities. Reserve Banks should work with RBOPS Accounting Policy and Operations Section to determine the appropriate accounting treatment for the transactions described in this chapter and to obtain approval for the accounting analysis and related conclusions.

Category: Loan modification


Help for Distressed Homeowners  The following is a list of service providers throughout the state that assist homeowners with foreclosure/loan modification needs and/or mortgage scams.   City of Las Vegas Senior Law Project Assistance:     Consumer (for Seniors) Location: Las Vegas Website: http://www. lasvegasnevada. gov/Find/21380. htm Phone: 702-229-6596 Services: Provides free legal counsel to Clark County residents, who are age 60 and older, on consumer disputes and Small Claims instructions.   The Project also makes referrals whenever appropriate.

Category: Loan modification

75% Of Homeowners In Obama's Loan Modification Plan Still Owe More Than Their Homes Are Worth

300 More than three-quarters of homeowners who have had their monthly mortgage payments reduced under the Obama administration's primary foreclosure-prevention program owe more on their mortgage than their house is worth, according to a new report by government auditors. Over half of the roughly 170,000 distressed borrowers who have gone through the program are seriously underwater, meaning they have negative equity of at least 25 percent, the report shows, citing data through February. In other words, for every $1.

Category: Loan modification

← Prev  Next →

1   2   3   4   ...   99   100   101   102