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FORECLOSED & DEFAULTED RESIDENTIAL REGISTRATION PROGRAM

by on July 24th, 2014 Leave a Comment

Foreclosed defaluted residental registration program  

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Sewer Lateral Compliance

by on April 4th, 2013 Leave a Comment

Time Extension Certificate Requests                                http://www.eastbaypsl.com/eastbaypsl/ I can’t get the sewer lateral replaced before the close of escrow; what options do I have? You can apply for a Time Extension Certificate, which allows six months from the certificate issuance date to obtain a Compliance Certificate. A $4,500 deposit is required to assure that the work will […]

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Loan MOD ABC

by on February 8th, 2013 Leave a Comment

loan mod checklist Loan Modification Questions to Ask Your Mortgage Lender When seeking a loan modification, you first contact your mortgage lender or servicer (who collects and processes your monthly mortgage payments). To increase your chances of modifying your mortgage, ask plenty of questions, including the following: What workout solutions are you currently offering distressed […]

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Contact of Lender

by on February 7th, 2013 Leave a Comment

How to Contact Your Lender # Company Phone Number Website (Loss Mitigation)/Email 1 Accredited  1-877-683-4466 https://www.accredhome.com 2 Acqura  1-866-660-5804 http://www.acqura.net 3 American Home Mortgage Servicing  1-877-374-3100 https://online.ahmsi3.com 4 Aurora  1-866-519-3090 https://www.myauroraloan.com 5 Avelo Mortgage  1-800-999-8501 http://www.littonloan.com 6 Bank of America  1-800-846-2222 http://www.bankofamerica.com  7 HSBC Finance-Beneficial  1-800-333-5848 http://www.beneficial.com 8 Carrington Mortgage Services  1-800-790-9502 http://myloan.carringtonms.com 9 Chase […]

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Story of Home Owner

by on February 7th, 2013 Leave a Comment

Click for the clip Bank of America just seemed like a mess, but Program HR 3648 was able to wade through all of those uncertain waters, and bring the short sale to a successful resolution

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Cost of Waiting

by on December 18th, 2012 Leave a Comment

Cost of Waiting A. Interest rate might be higher. (About 1%) B. Property price would increase. (About 3%) C. Distress property inventory decrease. (Less Inventories, More Buyers) Don’t pass over the opportunity. Click to see details    

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Mission-Value Added Agent

by on November 29th, 2012 Leave a Comment

Most sellers come to their real estate agent relationships expecting help selling their home on a particular time frame, and marketing the place to make that happen.  Buyers are most often seeking an agent’s help finding the right home and negotiating to buy it. But both buyers and sellers are often pleasantly surprised at the […]

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Gross Rent Multiplier – How do you buy Rental Properties?

by on November 29th, 2012 Leave a Comment

Gross Rent Multiplier or “GRM” is the ratio of the price of a real estate investment to its annual rental income before expenses: Gross Rent Multiplier (GRM) = Sale Price / Potential Gross Income The GRM is useful for comparing and selecting investment properties where operating costs can be expected to be uniform across properties. […]

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Pre Qualification 1.2.3

by on November 13th, 2012 Leave a Comment

Being prequalified can help you narrow the range of homes in which you are interested, as it’s another way of knowing what you can afford. It can also help you act fast if a home you’re interested in has a lot of interest. Prequalification shows you are a serious shopper, and your offer will be […]

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Secondary Units- Oakland

by on November 1st, 2012 Leave a Comment

The City’s zoning regulations for Secondary Units (also known as “granny flats” and “in-law units”) were modified in December, 2006. The following regulations apply to the construction of any new Secondary Unit, the conversion of an existing building into a Secondary Unit, or the legalization of an existing unpermitted Secondary Unit. Please click for more […]

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