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May 13, 2018

Debt Consolidation Loans- Attracting Borrowers to Get Rid Off Their Multiple Debts

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Some of the most popular loan products in UK, debt consolidation loans act as saviours for those in debts. Survey conducted by a leading financial website states that six million Britons have taken out debt consolidation loans in the last three years. This means every one in seven debtors resort to consolidation loans when things get out of hand. These loans don’t only consolidate the debt in to a single manageable loan, but they can greatly save money on interest rate.

If you are paying too much interest on different credit cards, personal loans and store cards, you better take a debt consolidation loan. The interest charged on credit and store cards is generally very high. The interest you pay on the new loan, which will pay off all your running debts, will be far less than the one you are already paying on credit cards. That way, you save on your monthly outgoings.

The loan tenure i.e. the repayment period for debt consolidation loans is longer as well. So, you can spread the huge amount into smaller instalments. However, take caution as you may end up paying more if you have your multiple loans running on a low rate of interest. Recent studies by a business review website showed that unsecured debt consolidation loans are more popular than their secured counterparts. The average debt consolidation loans stand at £13,000, states the research, with 360,000 people borrowing more than £50,000. More women than men are lured toward unsecured debt consolidation loans to pay their hefty credit cards and shopping bills.

However, with individual insolvencies increasing like anything in the UK, the market lenders are sceptical to grant unsecured debt consolidation loans. And if they grant, the APR is generally very high. Secured debt consolidation loans are more preferred by the UK lenders, since the risk ratio in these loans is low and so is the rate of interest.

The author is a business writer specializing in finance and credit products and has written authoritative articles on the finance industry. He has done his masters in Business Administration as a finance specialist. For more information on debt consolidation loans uk please visit: http://www.adverse-credit-debt-consolidation.co.uk

January 4, 2018

Which mortgage features attract consumers to their mortgage lender?

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The feeling of security afforded by a fixed interest rate is the most popular feature for UK consumers when it comes to choosing a mortgage, a survey by checkmyfile.com has found.

The 2006 Mortgage Lender Survey found fixed interest rates, closely followed by the reputation of the lender as the top two attributes most likely to make Britons choose a mortgage product.

The survey also found that consumers generally regarded features such as higher lending multiples and the absence of higher lending charges – the fees charged by lenders when extending loans of more than 75 per cent of the value of the property – were amongst the least popular reasons for choosing a mortgage provider.

Barry Stamp, Joint Managing Director of checkmyfile.com, the UK’s leading provider of online credit files to consumers, said: “Our survey suggests the average UK consumer tends to be much more cautious when choosing a mortgage, compared to choosing other forms of credit which tend to be crisis-led. Consumers look for some stability when it comes to what is likely to be their largest monthly outgoing. Despite the relatively stable interest rate environment we have enjoyed for some years, they are keen to protect themselves from interest rate shocks.”

The motivation for choosing a mortgage was found to differ between the genders in two distinct ways.

Barry Stamp added: “The top priority for men, when it comes to choosing a mortgage, is a fixed interest rate. Women, on the other hand, look at the reputation of a lender as the most important factor in choosing a mortgage. Getting a quick decision is also a key factor for men. Women are far less concerned about how quickly their mortgage offer appears.”

As consumers get older, the key factors in choosing a mortgage product also change.

“Consumers in their 20s tend to look for the security offered by fixed rate mortgages, the reputation of the lender and the level of fees charged. They are not so concerned about how quickly they get confirmation of their mortgage offer – probably as they have no prior experience to base an expectation of the time a mortgage application can take.

“Consumers in their 30s also look to fixing their interest rate, and are more likely to be an existing customer of the lender. They are, however, looking for a quick decision on their mortgage offer.

“When a consumer reaches their 50s, their priorities have changed significantly. The top priorities for this age group are to choose a mortgage that gives them the ability to vary repayments and they are keen to choose a lender with a strong reputation. A quick mortgage offer in writing is also a key priority,” said Stamp.

With the reputation of mortgage lenders being the second most important factor for UK consumers in their choice of mortgage, the 2006 Mortgage Lender Survey asked respondents about the customer service levels of the top UK mortgage lenders.

60% of respondents to the survey rated the standard of customer service provided by mortgage lenders as ‘excellent’ or ‘very good’. One in six consumers were dissatisfied with the standard of customer service received.

Northern Rock and Nationwide were rated by respondents as the best mortgage lenders for their high standards of customer service. At the other end of the scale were Halifax and Barclays.

The full results of the 2006 Mortgage Lender Survey can be viewed online on checkmyfile.com.
checkmyfile.com has found.

The 2006 Mortgage Lender Survey found fixed interest rates, closely followed by the reputation of the lender as the top two attributes most likely to make Britons choose a mortgage product.

The survey also found that consumers generally regarded features such as higher lending multiples and the absence of higher lending charges – the fees charged by lenders when extending loans of more than 75 per cent of the value of the property – were amongst the least popular reasons for choosing a mortgage provider.

Barry Stamp, Joint Managing Director of checkmyfile.com, the UK’s leading provider of online credit files to consumers, said: “Our survey suggests the average UK consumer tends to be much more cautious when choosing a mortgage, compared to choosing other forms of credit which tend to be crisis-led. Consumers look for some stability when it comes to what is likely to be their largest monthly outgoing. Despite the relatively stable interest rate environment we have enjoyed for some years, they are keen to protect themselves from interest rate shocks.”

The motivation for choosing a mortgage was found to differ between the genders in two distinct ways.

Barry Stamp added: “The top priority for men, when it comes to choosing a mortgage, is a fixed interest rate. Women, on the other hand, look at the reputation of a lender as the most important factor in choosing a mortgage. Getting a quick decision is also a key factor for men. Women are far less concerned about how quickly their mortgage offer appears.”

As consumers get older, the key factors in choosing a mortgage product also change.

“Consumers in their 20s tend to look for the security offered by fixed rate mortgages, the reputation of the lender and the level of fees charged. They are not so concerned about how quickly they get confirmation of their mortgage offer – probably as they have no prior experience to base an expectation of the time a mortgage application can take.

“Consumers in their 30s also look to fixing their interest rate, and are more likely to be an existing customer of the lender. They are, however, looking for a quick decision on their mortgage offer.

“When a consumer reaches their 50s, their priorities have changed significantly. The top priorities for this age group are to choose a mortgage that gives them the ability to vary repayments and they are keen to choose a lender with a strong reputation. A quick mortgage offer in writing is also a key priority,” said Stamp.

With the reputation of mortgage lenders being the second most important factor for UK consumers in their choice of mortgage, the 2006 Mortgage Lender Survey asked respondents about the customer service levels of the top UK mortgage lenders.

60% of respondents to the survey rated the standard of customer service provided by mortgage lenders as ‘excellent’ or ‘very good’. One in six consumers were dissatisfied with the standard of customer service received.

Northern Rock and Nationwide were rated by respondents as the best mortgage lenders for their high standards of customer service. At the other end of the scale were Halifax and Barclays.

The full results of the 2006 Mortgage Lender Survey can be viewed online on checkmyfile.com.

Richard Goedegebuur is press relations officer for checkmyfile.com, the UK’s leading online supplier of credit files to consumers. Checkmyfile.com also offers consumer credit advice and provides post code relevant information, such as neighbourhood property prices, petrol prices, average credit scores and a free stolen car checker.

July 7, 2017

Homeowners are Taking Out Mortgages – not to Purchase a Home – But to Boost Their Purchasing Power

Real estate has been an outstanding investment in most parts of Canada in the past few years. Home valuations are continuing to rise and have broken through the peak of their 1989 “bubble” in many areas of the country. That’s good news for Canada’s 7.5 million home owners, who are enjoying an average increase of $43,000 in real estate wealth since the upward trend took hold in 1998.

The hot housing market is being fuelled by mortgage rates which are the lowest they’ve been in almost 50 years. First-time home buyers are finding the rates attractive, and home buyers are lining up to purchase their first home or to upgrade to their dream homes. Housing statistics have been capturing headlines for months and the boom is noticeable on key economic indicators.

But the news isn’t just about rising valuations or Canadians moving into their new homes. Quietly in the background, there is a significant trend to refinancing. Canadians who have built up the equity in their home over the last few years are borrowing against that equity in record numbers. According to a report from a major bank, since 2001, Canadian households have taken out approximately $20 billion in cash out of their homes through mortgage refinancing and home equity loans.

We might thank the Ontario mortgage industry for the surprising resilience of the North American economy. In the past two years, the North American economy has endured numerous economic fallouts but consumer confidence remains reasonably strong – at least partly because homeowners have seen some of their losses offset by an increase in their real estate wealth. We find that we are sitting on (and sleeping in) the best-performing investment we own. And even if they have no plans to sell, homeowners have found that the return on their investment is still as good as cash in the bank.

That cash has been a key economic stimulus both here and in the U.S., where the trend is even more pronounced. As Canadians look beyond the view of a home as primarily shelter, mortgages become a valuable resource – and homeowners aren’t necessarily waiting for renewal time to cash out some of their gains.

So where is the money going? The equity being pulled out is often being used to pay down other more expensive debt. Credit card interest rates are shockingly high and – as a nation – our credit card and other consumer debt is continuing to grow. And much of the money is being used for increased spending. There has never been a better time to borrow against home equity to build the kitchen of your dreams, add a new wing, embark on the landscaping project you’ve wanted for years, enjoy the vacation you’ve always dreamed of, or help with the high cost of post secondary education. However, as always, never let your enthusiasm for the opportunity to spend get in the way of good common sense about debt management.

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June 29, 2017

Forclosures Have Met Their Match… Reverse Mortgages

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Foreclosure filings were reported on 2.3 million U.S. properties in 2008, an increase of 81 percent from 2007 and up 225 percent from 2006, according to the RealtyTrac U.S. Foreclosure Market Report released January 15, 2009. The soaring number of forclosures have sent ripples through the housing and banking industry with the affects being felt by millions.

According to RealtyTrac, California, Florida, Arizona posted the highest 2008 foreclosure totals. A total of 523,624 California properties received a foreclosure filing in 2008, the nation’s highest state total. Foreclosure activity in the state increased nearly 110 percent from 2007 and nearly 498 percent from 2006. With 385,309 properties receiving a foreclosure filing in 2008, Florida documented the second highest state total. Florida foreclosure activity increased 133 percent from 2007 and nearly 412 percent from 2006. Arizona’s 2008 total of 116,911 properties receiving a foreclosure filing was third highest among the states. Foreclosure activity in Arizona increased 203 percent from 2007 and 655 percent from 2006. Other states with Top 10 totals for 2008 were Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, Texas, Georgia, Nevada and New Jersey.

With mounting job losses and a weakening economy, forclosures and mortgage delinquencies are expected to continue to rise. The nation’s unemployment rate shot up at the end of the year, reaching 7.2 percent in December — its highest level since early 1993, according to a Labor Department report release January 9, 2009. That puts U.S. job losses at 2.6 million for 2008.

However, with all this doom and gloom in the housing market, there is a glimmer of hope for senior homeowners 62 years of age and older. That hope comes in the form of a HUD Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) or Reverse Mortgage. Those who have obtained a reverse mortgage need not be concerned with the increasing forclosure rates and whether or not they can make their mortgage payments. With a HECM reverse mortgage, there are no monthly payments required. 

Borrowers remain in their homes for life and never have to worry about making a mortgage payment again. All they need to do is keep the property in good repair, pay their property taxes and keep their homeowners insurance current and paid. 

For seniors who currently do not have a reverse mortgage, now may be the time to explore the option. It does not matter if a senior is currently late on their mortgage. They may still qualify for a reverse mortgage. To qualify all borrowers on title must be 62 years or older, occupy the property as their primary residence and not currently be in a bankruptcy. That’s it! 

MLS Reverse Mortgage has helped save several seniors who were months away from losing their homes. 

So, in these tough economic times, there is still hope for seniors looking for mortgage payment relief or cash out to enjoy life’s pleasures.

Learn more online: http://www.mlsreversemortgage.com

Josh Borba has been a mortgage professional since graduating from San Francisco State in 2002. He is currently a Senior Reverse Mortgage Advisor at MLS Reverse Mortgage. Toll Free (888) 888-4834. Visit our website. Read more of our articles online. Government Insured Reverse Mortgage Programs.

May 15, 2017

Student Loan Debt Consolidation – Student Can Easily Consolidate Their Student Loan

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A student debt consolidator provides a debt relief by suitably merging together the undergraduate’s exceptional loans. The meaning of this is that the debt consolidator will get in touch with all your lenders, “pay off” the balances on your behalf and subsequent to this instead of two or more credits, you only be indebted to one lender! By signing up with an student debt consolidation curriculum, you will be in favor to begin a new credit with the lender.

 

Fundamentally, this kind of curriculum falls under 2 categories:

 

1) Unsecured consolidation loan

2) Secured consolidation loan

 

The earlier category of debt consolidation loan does not force you to raise collateral. Though you will require putting more finance for your monthly refund, you can induce this consolidation loan in a moderately rapid time.

 

A secured consolidation loan in contrast, requires appropriate collateral and since you are not expected to hold properties of your own, you might require enrolling for assistance from your parents or custodian. With security, you can have a loan of more money but do make a note of the fact that the repayment phase for this loan group is typically longer than normal ones.

 

With the help of student debt consolidation loans you begin with one loan with a small interest charge which is reasonable and which will assist you to perk up your credit score. Accepting this loan will discontinue any collection mediators harassing calls and provide you a strain free future to construct your credit for upcoming borrowing. Thus for easy repayment of the debts one should go for secured debt consolidation loans.

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February 8, 2016

College Families Will be Overpaying Their Taxes – Again!

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Families who made their best guess as to which of the Education Tax Incentives would save them the most on their income taxes, have put their 2007 tax returns to bed. However, for many, a sigh of relief is a bit premature. Countless families, even when assisted by professional tax preparers, chose incorrectly and will or have significantly overpaid the IRS – AGAIN!

Mark Twain once said, “No man’s life, liberty, or property are safe while the legislature is in session,” and never have truer words been spoken:

On June 6, 2001, President Bush signed HR 2014 into law. This created The Tuition and Fees Deduction, based on Senator Charles E. Schumer’s (D-NY) Make College Affordable Act. However, the president signed a watered down version and consequently, it doesn’t work for the families who need it the most.

For many years, Senator Charles E. Schumer (D-NY) tirelessly championed legislation that would allow families, including independent students, to deduct a portion of their college expenses on their tax returns. Originally, the Senator’s proposed legislation, the Make College Affordable Act, would have allowed millions of American families to deduct up to $12,000 per year from their total incomes to help reduce the cost of college tuition and related expenses.

Unfortunately, to the chagrin of the Senator and to the detriment of untold numbers of taxpayers with college students, HR 2014 offers a dramatically reduced Tuition and Fees Deduction of a mere $3,000 for tax years 2002-2003, and $4,000, for tax years 2004-2006, (extended to 2007).

The drastic slashing by Congress of Senator Schumer’s bill and President Bush’s failure to send it back to them is the case in point substantiating that our government doesn’t give a hoot in hell about the financial struggle the average parent endures in their endless pursuit of the American dream for their children.

Effective legislation to make college expenses tax deductible was long overdue and began with the Tax Payer Relief Act of 1997, which Senator Schumer supported and voted for. The Act created two education tax credits; the HOPE Scholarship Credit (maximum $1,500 a year for 2 years), and the Lifetime Learning Credit (maximum $1,000 increasing to $2,000 in 2003).

Note: A tax deduction lowers taxable income, and the savings depends on the filer’s tax bracket. A tax credit directly lowers taxes by the amount of the credit, dollar for dollar, regardless of the filer’s tax bracket.

Although it was a step in the right direction, The Act fell far too short in providing major tax relief for college families, especially in view of soaring tuition costs and other related expenses that families endure year after year. Nonetheless, the real tragedy is when the Tuition and Fees Deduction is taken by taxpayers who qualify for The HOPE Scholarship Credit or The Lifetime Learning Credit, and consequently, overpay their taxes each year their student is in college!

Affluent single and head of household taxpayers whose adjusted gross incomes (AGI) exceed $51,000, and joint filers whose AGI exceeds $102,000, will not qualify for the HOPE Scholarship or Lifetime Learning Credit, and are therefore, the only ones who actually benefit from taking the Tuition and Fees Deduction. Thus, camouflaged as tax relief for all of America’s college families, what Congress actually did was Robin-Hoodwink lower and middle income families by taking from them and giving to the rich!

Taxpayers only have the option of taking either the tuition deduction or one of the education credits. Those families who took the deduction when they qualified for either of the education credits, cost themselves hundreds of dollars and possible much more.

Think what you may about the Clinton Administration, but remember, it was on his watch that the HOPE Scholarship and Lifetime Learning Credit were signed into law. It doesn’t benefit college families enough, but it’s a good start. It’s certainly better than nothing, and it is still the best tax benefit for the majority of college families – provided of course, they know enough to choose it…

March 14, 2015

Cost Segregation – 90% of real estate investors are overpaying their federal income taxes

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By ignoring generous IRS guidelines when establishing depreciation schedules, over 90% of real estate investors are unintentionally overpaying federal income taxes. In addition they are paying federal income taxes earlier than necessary, typically years or decades earlier than necessary. Although these IRS guidelines are relatively new, they provide substantial benefits. Since this is a relatively new issue, many accountants have not integrated the new IRS depreciation guidelines into their practice. Savings for real estate investors are meaningful- exceeding $50,000 to $1,000,000 in the first year. Cost segregation converts income taxed at 35% (ordinary income) to income taxed at 15% (capital gains). Cost segregation also defers payment of income taxes, often for 5 to 10 years.

Effects of higher depreciation

Most real estate investors do not understand the benefits of increasing real estate depreciation. They often ask, “doesn’t increasing my depreciation just mean that I will be shifting taxes from now until when I sell the property?”

This is a popular misconception and the answer is a resounding “no”. There are two benefits of increasing depreciation:

The conversion of ordinary income into capital gains income has to do with the technical nature of the allocation of the gain on the sale. Many, if not most, accountants initially believe it is simply a timing issue. However, when the mechanics of recognizing gain on sale are discussed, accountants quickly realize increasing depreciation leads to paying taxes at the capital gains rate as opposed to the ordinary income rate.

Correcting a depreciation schedule makes a difference if you recently sold a property since the additional depreciation will be taxed at the capital gains rate instead of the ordinary income rate. For example, assume an investor sold a property in late 2005, does a cost segregation study, and increases depreciation by $100,000. The net result is the ordinary income taxes will be reduced by $35,000 ($100,000 x 35%) and the capital gains taxes will be increased by $15,000 ($100,000 x 15%). This nets the owner $20,000 in federal tax savings by simply correcting an error in the depreciation schedule after the property has already been sold.

When told it is possible to increase depreciation and reduce federal taxes, most real estate investors ask, “doesn’t my accountant take care of this for me?”

Our experience, after reviewing thousands of depreciation schedules for real estate, is that less than 5% of depreciation schedules have been properly established. Most real estate investors have a good relationship with their accountant and believe, as a matter of faith, that their accountant is doing everything possible to minimize their taxes. Unfortunately, many accountants have not focused time or attention on this issue for several reasons. Some accountants are aware of cost segregation as an option to increase depreciation and reduce federal taxes but believe it is very expensive (at least $10,000 per property) and is financially feasible only for large properties (typically over $10 million). Many of the providers started out either as big four firms or big four spin-offs who charged between $10,000 and $50,000 per property. Many of these providers were not interested in properties with a cost basis under $10 million and only did cost segregation for newly built properties. Other accountants have not focused on the topic.

Cost segregation clearly makes sense for properties with an improvement basis of at least $500,000. In many cases it makes sense for smaller properties. While accountants are becoming more and more active in reviewing options for depreciating real estate, in many cases the owner needs to take the lead role in proposing cost segregation as a mechanism to reduce and defer federal taxes.

Property owner involvement

Many property investors proudly take the stance that, “my federal tax return is too complicated; my accountant handles it.”

It is almost a rite of passage that a “serious” real estate investor is one whose tax return must be prepared by a third party because it has become too complicated for the investor to complete. Only about 2-5% of depreciation schedule in federal tax returns have short life property properly separated to minimize the owner’s federal taxes. While many parts of the federal tax return may be too complicated for an investor to understand and prepare, this area is simple: if you pay federal taxes and can use additional depreciation, you benefit from obtaining cost segregation studies. Most investors are not aware of cost segregation and do not understand the benefits it provides. Those who are familiar with cost segregation think it only makes sense for large properties (over $10 million). Regrettably, there is limited and inaccurate information regarding a material issue that could sharply reduce federal taxes for many real estate investors.

Proportion of short life property

The proportion of short life property typically ranges from 20% to 50% of the cost basis of the improvements. Items which typically effect whether it is at the low end of the range or the high end of the range include the age, condition, intensity of landscaping, amount of surface parking, and land value.

Catch-up

What is known in cost segregation jargon as “catch-up” is reporting depreciation that has been underreported in prior years since the property was purchased or built in the current year. A real estate investor can “catch-up” underreported depreciation by having his accountant file a form 3115 with the current tax return. The IRS has reported that filing a form 3115 is not a red flag for an audit. Some investors seem concerned this is too good to be true; however, when their accountant reviews the IRS rules and guidelines they quickly find out that you can indeed catch-up underreported depreciation by filing the form 3115.
Getting started

Ask yourself the following questions when deciding whether you can benefit from a cost segregation study:

Some owners are passive while others are active. If you are a passive real estate investor you may not be able to use additional depreciation. On the other hand, if you are an active investor or a real estate professional, which includes people in a wide variety of activities from real estate broker to mortgage broker to leasing agent, you are entitled to deduct additional depreciation.

If you have determined you can use additional depreciation and are paying federal taxes, call a cost segregation expert and request a preliminary analysis. There should be no fee for this initial consultation. The preliminary analysis will estimate the amount of 5, 7, and 15-year property, which can likely be identified and will also identify the catch-up depreciation. This analysis will not involve a site inspection and will not be precisely correct. However, it should be accurate enough to help you decide whether a cost segregation study is financially feasible.

Once you obtain the preliminary analysis, you should consult your accountant, since he/she will be completing and signing your tax return. In many cases, it makes sense for the accountant, the property owner, and the cost segregation advisor to meet and discuss the options and issues.

Assuming you decide a cost segregation study does make sense, you should further review whether the extra depreciation should be used in a prior year, which would involve filing amended tax returns, or whether to use it in the current year. To minimize federal income taxes, make obtaining a cost segregation study a routine part of future real estate investments.

Correctly calculating real estate depreciation is important because it substantially reduces federal taxes for real estate investors. The process of fine-tuning the depreciation schedule is called cost segregation. The adoption rate for cost segregation is under 5% because of limited knowledge by many owners and accountants. In addition, there are misconceptions regarding the cost of obtaining cost segregation studies and the smallest properties for which cost segregation studies are financially feasible. As awareness of the practice and affordable service providers increase among real estate investors and accountants, the adoption rate will increase dramatically.

November 13, 2014

Loan Modification is Helping America Keep Their Homes

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Real Estate Loan Negotiating Services, LLC announces their loan modification program to all consumers, not just those facing foreclosure.  Today’s economy has put consumers at a disadvantage with their current mortgage lenders.  RELNS will assist you in negotiating with your mortgage holder and modifying your current mortgage.  By negotiating the terms of your loan note, you are not required to go through the process of a new closing.  What that means to you as a consumer is no closing costs!  There is no refinancing involved.  A loan modification will simply change any or all of the following terms of your loan:  your interest rate, balance of loan, delinquent fees owed and term of loan.  A plethora of consumers have found themselves in need of a loan modification, and not just those facing foreclosure.  In the past you were required to be delinquent on your mortgage, but more and more often we are seeing the ability to negotiate the terms of your note without the requirement of delinquency.  Not only does this process work to help people avoid foreclosure, but it can also assist someone who is simply paying too much by making your monthly payments more affordable.  We can help you stay in your home at a payment you can afford.   We specialize in only one job: saving homes and families by keeping you in your home. We are experts in the loan modification industry. We do nothing else. No games, no funny business. We do not refinance loans. We do not buy houses. We can help people affected by bankruptcy or foreclosure by modifying their loans. Our single objective is to help you keep your family in your home. You need professional legal help. Although it is possible to modify your loan by yourself however, it is far more complicated than most people are aware.  By hiring a professional firm to assist you there is a better opportunity to assure you are receiving the best terms available.  We are not emotionally involved and our experience in the loss mitigation and loan modification industry gives us the advantage in this complex process.  We will negotiate better terms and accomplish it far faster. You have an advocate on your side, and we are committed to getting you the best terms available to you. At RELNS, we treat our clients with courtesy, compassion and integrity. We always guarantee realistic and honest financial advice that achieves results, you’ll know what to expect every step of the way and can rest assured in knowing that your loan modification specialist is among the most highly trained in the industry. Our years of experience and notable expertise ensure that your financial future is in good hands.

September 7, 2014

Obama Loan Modification – Keeps Americans In Their Homes

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Obama mortgage modification program is the most significant initiative of the government. It was designed with the aim, to help Americans save their homes. MHA (Mortgage Home Affordable) provides the opportunity to the home owners to get their loan modified. The borrowers counted on selling off their home due to the prevailing economic situation in the country. Although the property prices would continuously increase but the buyers would vie the property. In such a situation MHA helped the borrowers by offering mortgage loan refinance option. Most of the home owners, under financial difficult situation, want to keep their home. To do so, they would need help. Theloan modification companies can help to get the loan modified according to one’s requirements. To begin with, one should inquire about the reductions that can be done in the principal amount. However, one can save almost equally, with the reduction in the interest rate.Obama’s governmentloan modification program, is greatly helping the Americans to save their homes. It supports the home owners to modify their loans and avoid foreclosure. Under the head of this new program, the borrowers would not spend more than 38% of their income to fix the new affordable monthly payments, during loan modification. Due to this a number of knock off have been saved.With the current financial situation, people land up with less disposable income, the staff has to be scaled down. Hence the borrowers have to depend on some financial assistance that can be availed from some lending institute. As a result of several government policies that have been recently introduced, the process of automatic foreclosure is no more in action. Besideshome loan modification, there are several grants and funds that are made available by the government to the borrowers. The government has offered new grant of $75 billion.

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