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No hassle loans: Get easiest loans you ever think of

25th August 2009
Normally when you are applying for any conventional loans you need to complete various formalities and complete a long questionnaire which consume much of your time. This process is not an ideal option when you require instant cash. For handling this kind... Read >
Author: John Snow

Advantages of Installment Credit – A Quick Solution against Cash Crises

11th August 2009
Advantages of Installment Credit are not only the advantages of a loan but also it is a boon for the people who desire to have cash instantly to meet their sudden cropped up monetary catastrophes. These Payday Loans have especially been designed for the p... Read >
Author: Bob Moore

Chase Bank Home Loan Modifications - Facts for the Consumer

31st July 2009
If you are one of a rising number of folk facing extreme money difficulties and striving to make your monthly home loan payments, you could be relieved to hear that foreclosure isn't your only option. A loan modification plan is a feasible probability, de... Read >
Author: Jennifer Hayes

Sue Your Bank for a Deficiency After a Sheriff Sale

30th June 2009
One of the greatest worries from homeowners trying to save their homes from foreclosure is that the bank will sell their property at auction and then sue them again for a deficiency judgment. While it is uncommon for banks to do this to borrowers, many st... Read >
Author: Nick Adama

Shortsale: Sell Your House for Less than You Owe

30th June 2009
Shortsale is a technique used by lenders that allows borrowers to sell their home for less than is owed on the mortgage note. Banks approve selling properties short of what is owed based on several factors. The prevailing factor is if selling short is les... Read >
Author: Simon Volkov

Ten Standard Requirements for Obtaining a Payday Loan

15th June 2009
Payday loans are a great way to receive cash in a pinch. One of the nicest benefits of payday loans is that consumers can get them, regardless of their credit history. Although credit is generally not a consideration when applying for a payday loan, th... Read >
Author: Daryl Smith

The Role of Commercial and Investment Banks in the Housing Crisis

12th June 2009
For all of the bailout money being given to banks, it seems that more credit should be available to potential borrowers or, at the very least, huge Wall Street firms should not have gone out of business or converted to a different type of bank. But this h... Read >
Author: Nick Adama

Mortgage Servicing Abuse -- Signs to Watch Out For

06th June 2009
Homeowners can use mortgage servicing fraud and abuse practices as a defense to stop a foreclosure lawsuit. Once mortgage loans are originated, they are frequently packaged and sold off to investors. While no one may really know who owns the loan, the rig... Read >
Author: Nick Adama

Cash Loan No Credit Check Pay Monthly Installments- Easy Refundable Cash

05th June 2009
Due to rising inflation, so many people face financial crisis now and then and to solve this problem they take the help of loan lending companies. To borrow a payday loan is common for an ordinary person who goes on his monthly income. Cash Loans No Credi... Read >
Author: Barnes Dante

How to Get Out of an Upside Down Auto Loan

04th June 2009
Getting upside down on car loan, sometimes also referred as underwater on car loan means your loan exceeds the current value of your vehicle or in other words you owe more on the loan than you could expect to get by car sale or trade-in deal. As you can't... Read >
Author: Williams Orchard

Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 Did Not Work

18th May 2009
In early October 2008, the Congress passed and the President signed the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008. The purpose of the bill was "to restore liquidity and stability to the U.S. financial system and to ensure the economic well-being of Ame... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Repayment Plans Doomed to Fail, Loan Modifications Never Offered to Borrowers in Foreclosure

18th May 2009
When homeowners on their own negotiate with a lender for a loan modification to avoid foreclosure, the owners typically end up with a repayment plan instead of a modification. The differences between the two plans, however, could not be more drastic, and ... Read >
Author: Nick Adama

Banking 2.0: Social Banking

13th May 2009
While sophistication and global exposure where once considered highly desirable characteristics of banks, recent experience has lead investors to seek out different kinds of banks. This has directly led to a different kind of bank - those practising "soci... Read >
Author: Click4credit

Hardship Letter for Loan Modification - Tips On How to Write One Effectively

11th May 2009
Most borrowers do not know that a hardship letter is required to process an application for loan modification. Even those who do, often do not understand what the bank needs to see in this letter. The time and effort it takes to do a proper hardship le... Read >
Author: Lindsy Emery

The Real Story on Countrywide Home Loan Modification

05th May 2009
Countrywide, one of the nation's largest housing lenders, became notorious due to its unethical lending policies and practices. Some of the main complaints about Countrywide have been due to poor communication among its staff, which often resulted in borr... Read >
Author: Lindsy Emery
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