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Notice of Default - California Mortgage Foreclosure Laws

04th November 2010
Before a Notice of Default can be filed, the California mortgage loan foreclosure laws require that lenders comply with Civil Code section 2923.5. This California house loan foreclosure law requires the financial institution to make efforts to get in touc... Read >
Author: Michael Hanks

Wage Garnishments and Head of Household Exemption

27th September 2010
Wage garnishments are often pursued by creditors once a formal lawsuit has been filed and the creditor obtains a judgment from the court. Wages can be garnished for a variety of different debts including credit card accounts, credit lines, home equity lin... Read >
Author: TillerLaw

Best Judgment Recovery Business Course

03rd August 2010
It seems that judgment recovery programs and hooked on overages courses are the choice du jour for entrepreneurs. There are legitimate reasons for that. You are rewarded for your hard work. Did you know there's a system which brings together the best attr... Read >
Author: Jamie Woodard

Limited time - hooked on overages for less

23rd March 2010
The profit involved will drive you to be hooked on overages. There are a few things that you need to consider before you jump. First, consider what overages are. Overages are also called surplus funds, excess proceeds, surplus proceeds, excess funds. They... Read >
Author: Gil Turner

Keep My Home What Do I Do If Foreclosure Has Started

11th February 2010
One from the most frequent questions I'm usually asked is how long can I remain on my house once the mortgage foreclosure process has been initiated by your lender? This is a very complex question and absolutely nobody can give you a straight concise answ... Read >
Author: Bobby Mason

How to Buy a House For Back Taxes, Dirt Cheap, Without Competition

22nd January 2010
So you're looking for a smarter way to buy a property, either to live in, or to invest in. Congratulations. If you're reading this article, it means you've leapt out of the "thinking" phase and into the "doing" phase, and most people never make it that fa... Read >
Author: maggiedawson

Bypass State Unclaimed Funds - A Money Finder Loophole

21st January 2010
If you are or are thinking about becoming a money finder, you're probably more than a little bummed out about the 5-15% finder fee caps imposed by almost every state unclaimed funds department. There's so much money out there and so many people that will ... Read >
Author: maggiedawson

Want a Real Estate Career? Become a Tax Sale Overage Recovery Professional, and Work From Home

21st January 2010
The real estate industry is a great industry to get into. Sometimes selling real estate as an agent or a broker is a very lucrative direction to head in - if you're in the right location, it always is - but unfortunately, right now, things aren't so brigh... Read >
Author: maggiedawson

Purchasing Real Estate Out of Bankruptcy Cases

05th July 2007
An often overlooked area for buying distressed real estate is purchasing properties in the United States Federal Bankruptcy Court. Most seminars and web sites that deal with distressed real estate teach about purchasing properties out of foreclosure and p... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer
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