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Foreclosure Defense and Loan Modification Blog

What Should You Do With Your House After Divorce?

Posted by Maxwell Swinney

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Most people don't plan for it, but about half of all marriages end in divorce. And when a couple decides to go their separate ways, their property has to be divided up or sold. Some property is easier to divide than others. A couple's Beanie Baby collection is relatively easy to deal with in divorce. It has some positive value, can be sold, and easily carved into two pieces. Your underwater home, on the other hand, is the opposite. It can't be cut in two or immediately sold and is harder to deal with because of that.

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Topics: loan modification, loan modification help, foreclosure deficiency, deficiency judgment, foreclosure grief

Can Cash For Keys Work For Me?

Posted by Maxwell Swinney

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

 

If you're in foreclosure and have decided that you cannot or do not want to keep your home, you may be wondering if you could get a “cash for keys” agreement. Cash for keys, sometimes called a "move out incentive", may sound like something you've heard about in hip hop music, but in this case it has nothing to do with kilos of illegal drugs. It's an agreement between you and your lender to hand over the keys to, and move out of your property in exchange for money. Getting paid cash money is always a seductive option, but you should take a close look at what you give up in exchange for that money before signing an agreement.

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Topics: short sale, foreclosure deficiency, life after foreclosure, foreclosure, deed in lieu of foreclosure, deficiency judgment

What Is a Deficiency Judgment Waiver, and How Do I Get One?

Posted by Maxwell Swinney

Monday, November 2, 2015

If you're having doubts about your ability to pay your mortgage or come to any resolution with your lender that allows you to keep your home, you may be wondering what your options are for exiting your home, and what responsibilities are associated with each choice. Whether ownership of your home is transferred through a short sale, deed in lieu of foreclosure agreement, or foreclosure sale, one of the most important things to be aware of is that you may be responsible for a deficiency. But, with a little bit of help and some planning, you may be able to get a deficiency judgment waiver that allows you to walk away from your home without owing any money.

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Topics: life after foreclosure, foreclosure, deficiency judgment

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