First Horizon Loan Modification | Loan Modification First Horizon | REST Report

First Horizon, as one of the largest mortgage lenders in the county, has been directed by the Congress and the US Treasury to offer homeowners Home Loan Modifications or Mortgage Modifications. Under the HAMP and MHA (Making Home Affordable), First Horizon has no choice but to make these programs available to borrowers, as well as […]

The Secret to Negotiating Loan Modification with Your Bank

Being approved for a loan modification is a process that takes time and patience.  Usually, however, time and patience are two things that homeowners facing foreclosure can’t afford to spare.  Borrowers facing desperate times often look for shortcuts to being approved for a loan modification.  Others simply try tackling the whole process alone.  The secret […]

Negotiating Loan Modification with Countrywide

Countrywide borrowers who are concerned about losing their home to foreclosure should consider a loan modification through their lender.  A loan modification is a change to the terms of an original mortgage contract agreed to by both parties to the contract.  In the case of a mortgage loan, the modification must be agreed to by […]

The $79 Loan Modification

Hopefully you’ve stumbled across this article before purchasing the $79 loan modification program available on the web.  Before purchasing this or any other type of loan modification instruction program or kit, ask yourself this: –Does the program offer one on one conversation with an attorney trained on the specific foreclosure / loan modification laws that […]

One West Bank Loan Modification | IndyMac Loan Modification

A One West Bank loan modification (or IndyMac loan modification) is much like Santa Claus or the Easter Bunny for most homeowners…imaginary…lots of pictures and stories, but does it really exist? I think anyone in the mortgage litigation, foreclosure or loan modification industry would agree the worst lender to work with, by far, is One […]

Bankruptcy Judge Allows Tribune to Vote for Reorganization Plan

In Delaware, a bankruptcy judge is close to allowing The Tribune Co. to initiate a voting process for a proposed reorganization plan. The company is currently seeking support from creditors for its Chapter 11 reorganization plan. The judge said early next week, he would sign off on documents to solicit help for the plan. Meanwhile, […]

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