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FHFA chief DeMarco loosens up a bit on principal reduction.Bankruptcy Attorney Ventura Oxnard Santa Barbara Bakersfield Woodland Hills Los Angeles CA

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Bankruptcy Attorney Ventura Oxnard Santa Barbara Bakersfield. 5 Mortgage Relief Programs That Fell Short

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Bankruptcy Attorney Ventura Oxnard Santa Barbara Bakersfield – Mortgage settlement is too little, too late for many

Some who suffered foreclosures say the payouts are a pittance, and many homeowners in trouble won’t qualify for help. The massive mortgage settlement may be setting new national standards for loan servicing, but it may be too little and too … Continue reading

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Initial foreclosure filings fall 11.9% in fourth quarter

Initial foreclosure filings fall 11.9% in fourth quarter Graphic:¬†Notices of default fall in Southern California Home sales improve nationally in December Fewer California borrowers entered foreclosure during the final three months of the year, according to new data. But the … Continue reading

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New rules allow more holders of underwater mortgages to refinance

Changes in the Home Affordable Refinance Program, or HARP, remove some refinancing barriers for those with underwater loans backed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac. ¬† By Liz Weston Money Talk Dear Liz: I have an adjustable-rate mortgage that is … Continue reading

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How to Get a Home Loan With Bad Credit

To easily snag a home loan, an applicant needs to be a “triple threat” — have an excellent credit rating, a large down payment, and low debt-to-income ratio with steady significant income. But even if you have bad credit, you … Continue reading

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‘Mortgage Prof’: 5 Reasons Banks Would Rather Foreclose

“Why won’t the bank just reduce the amount of my loan instead of taking my home and then selling it to someone else for way less than I would have been happy to pay?” It’s a question that gets asked … Continue reading

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