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Why Would a Lender Accept a Short Sale? 3 of 3   Proof of Income and AssetsIt is best to be truthful and honest about your financial situation and disclose assets. Lenders will want to know if you have savings accounts, money market accounts, stocks or bonds, negotiable instruments, cash or other...
10/28/2010
Why Would a Lender Accept a Short Sale? Part 2 of 3 Although all lenders have varying requirements and may demand that a borrower submit a wide array of documentation, the following steps will give you a pretty good idea of what to expect. · Call the LenderYou may need to make a half dozen phone ...
10/26/2010
Why Would a Lender Accept a Short Sale? Part 1 of 3   A short sale in real estate is not always a pleasant transaction. There are many ways to lose a home but signing away ownership in a manner that destroys credit, embarrasses the family and strips an owner of dignity is one of the hardest. For ...
10/21/2010
If you or someone you know is facing possible foreclosure, you should know what to expect Part 3 of 3   Phase 5: Real-estate owned (REO): If the property is not sold during the public auction, the lender will become the owner and will attempt to sell the property on its own, through a broker or ...
10/19/2010
If you or someone you know is facing possible foreclosure, you should know what to expect Part 2 of 3 Many people have either gone through foreclosure; a process that allows a lender to recover the amount owed on a defaulted loan by selling or taking ownership of the property, or know someone wh...
10/14/2010
If you or someone you know is facing possible foreclosure, you should know what to expect Part 1 of 3 Many people have either gone through foreclosure; a process that allows a lender to recover the amount owed on a defaulted loan by selling or taking ownership of the property, or know someone wh...
10/12/2010
6. Help your child's school address bullying effectively. Whether your children have been bullied or not, you should know what their school is doing to address bullying. Research shows that "zero-tolerance" policies aren't effective. What works better are ongoing educational programs that help c...
10/07/2010
The latest research shows that more than half of all children are, at least on occasion, directly involved in bullying as a perpetrator, victim, or both. And many of those who are not directly involved witness others being bullied on a regular basis. No child is immune - kids of every race, gende...
10/05/2010
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· Bullying is an intentional act. The child who bullies wants to harm the victim; it is no accident. · Bullying involves repeated occurrences. Bullying is not generally considered a random act nor a single incident. Rather, a child is repeatedly picked on by another child or is the target of hara...
09/30/2010
Communicating with Kids: Tips by Age Group Part 3 of 3 Playground disputes and disappointing grades - and learning to deal with them - are important parts of growing up. Before you intervene on your child's behalf, think about what response is appropriate for his maturity level and developmental...
09/28/2010
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