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First time home buyers face many challenges. Often times their credit is not as strong as current homeowners. The NY FHA Mortgage allows these borrowers with less robust credit histories to still obtain financing for their home purchase in New York. New York FHA Loans is "common sense underwritte...
One of the leading factors used in applying for a loan workout is a change in your financial situation that makes paying your current mortgage a hardship. The financial statement you provide to your lender during a loan mod request is the single most important document to prove your case. This is...
When completing a loan mod company with your lender, one of the items your lender will ask for during the Loan Workout process is a hardship letter. What is a hardship letter? A hardship letter is a written explanation as to what “event” has caused you to fall behind on your mortgage. This is you...
The attorney loan modification process can be cause for much frustration for homeowners that are looking for help. If you are considering contacting your lender about a loan modification to save your home from foreclosure, you need to get as much information upfront as possible so you will be pre...

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