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If your home is foreclosed on, i.e., the bank sells your property at a foreclosure auction sale and you do not truly wish to keep it, you are still due any type of quantity the purchaser paid at auction over the amount the bank required as the full quantity of the personal debt owed by you. Lots of times the purchaser at auction pays up to $ 20,000 or even more than was owed on the property to the bank. This amount over the quantity due to settle the personal debt in property foreclosure is due to the home owner. First of all, people don’t even understand this could occur a ton of times and also they do not understand that the quantity over the personal debt owed on the residence belongs to them. Lastly, home owners are tricked out of the cash over the quantity owed that is paid by the buyer. Don’t let this occur to you.

In a Friendly Foreclosure the loan provider, or other 3rd party that buys the mortgage, sells the property at repossession and cleanses the title of other liens. Then later the real property is sold back to the debtor or someone else determined by the debtor. It is usually hard to discover someone or for the borrower to be able to afford to organize this. If they had the resources themselves or through others to arrange this they would not likely be in repossession in the first place.

A Repayment Plan is the process where the real property owner pays a portion of the overdue amount up front and agrees to pay the rest in addition to the typical repayment over several months. Anticipate the creditor to ask for half of the delinquent amount and legal costs to be paid up front then the real property owner will be called for to guarantee to pay the rest of the overdue amount in within six months along with routine payments. This sort of payment contract is likely to end up back in property foreclosure since the real property owner who could not make regular payments is now needed to make larger repayments. The debtor needs a month-to-month repayment quantity arrangement that is considerably less not a lot more in order to insure foreclosure to not be right around the corner once again.

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Numerous times contracts for home loans are complicated and confusing and in opposition to well established contract laws. The terms being utilized are not being clarified plainly enough so that there is a real agreement of the minds which there should be in order for a contract to be legitimate. You could have your mortgage examined for such contract infractions which practically constantly exists, and bring suit to void your original mortgage and require the Bank to go back to the negotiations table to negotiate better terms in your favor and stop the property foreclosure.

You could sell your home to stop repossession. Selling your house might not really be perfect for the majority of property owners, however if you should it is a way you can easily prevent repossession procedures and pay the loan provider. In a housing bubble scenario where the real property is under water, the home could be worth less than the mortgage quantity. In this case unique consent from the lender might be called for to sell the real property at a loss, for its current market price.

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When considering ways to stop a sheriff sale, one must think about the following.

When considering ways to stop a sheriff sale, one must think about the following.

A Short Sale is where a third party purchases the residential property and the creditor accepts a low ball rate as full settlement of the debt or with deficiencies too, that the homeowner needs to pay on (The deficiency amount will likely be the difference between the amount of the house sold for at foreclosure auction and exactly what the customer owed on the real property and the legal costs for the foreclosure). This is not to great an offer given that the creditor will not sell for too low ball a figure and forgive deficiencies quickly, they want money. However, most of all, the borrower loses the home, hardly a good option for a home owner.

A Repurchase After Foreclosure is where the debtor makes arrangements to purchase back a foreclosed real property after the auction. But, if the homeowner had the resources themselves or through others to organize this, they would not likely be in repossession in the first place.

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How Mortgage Modifications, Short Sales and Foreclosures Work, Part 2

How Mortgage Modifications, Short Sales and Foreclosures Work, Part 2
Michael Gray interviews attorney William Mahan about the mechanics of short sales and foreclosures of real estate for the Financial Insider Weekly. Part 2 of 3 focuses on deeds in lieu of foreclosure. (What happens if you “walk away”.)

Home Loan Tips: Avoid Mortgage Troubles, Other Pangs of Rising Interest Rates

Bills.com outlines 9 tips to prevent problems, avoid foreclosure

As any real estate agent knows, home sales heat up with rising temperatures every summer. Now, with mortgage interest rates more than a full point higher than at this time last year, fuel costs riding high, higher minimum credit card payments and consumer debt still raging, many U.S. homeowners risk foreclosure on their homes – but they don’t have to lose their slice of the American dream.

Last year, 31 percent of home loans issued were adjustable-rate mortgages [ARMs], which could spell big trouble as fixed mortgage rates hover around 6.83 percent and ARMs are poised to go much higher, said Brad Stroh, chairman of Bills.com. Holders of ARMs will be paying an additional billion annually for every 1 percent increase in mortgage rates. People who bought homes at the edge of their spending ability with an ARM could face dire consequences as their mortgage payments increase — but they can take steps to keep their financial situations in check.

According to the Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 4.7 percent of U.S. mortgages were delinquent at the end of 2005. With trillion in outstanding U.S. mortgage debt, that places 3 billion at risk of foreclosure. Homeowners who are at risk (as well as prospective homeowners) can use the tips below to avoid mortgage trouble.

How to prevent problems:

1.    Create a budget and don’t stretch yourself too far. The unexpected can and does happen to millions of Americans each year. For people who live at the far edge of their means, one life event can hijack their lives and lead to defaults on bills and/or mortgage payments. The key is to build a detailed budget of income and expenses, making sure to allow some breathing room to weather an unexpected downturn.

2.    Be very careful with ARMs or interest-only loans. These types of loans let borrowers qualify for more expensive homes – but beware as rates (and payments) climb. If you can barely afford the payment on your ARM or interest-only mortgage, you are asking for trouble in a few years when the teaser period expires and your loan re-sets to a fixed rate. Be sure you have extra cushion in your budget with these loans.

3.    Don’t jump to refinance your home to pay off credit card debt. Many people faced with large credit card debt or other unsecured debts consider refinancing their homes. But this strategy only moves the debt, securing it with your home. That puts your home is at risk of foreclosure if you are unable to pay. If you are not confident that you can keep up with your home loan payments, consider debt resolution or another debt relief option.

We can’t emphasize enough that people must educate themselves about what they’re getting into with a mortgage, Stroh added. Overall debt problems will continue to escalate unless people rein in their spending to live within their means. Unfortunately, for some people, that may mean losing their home to resolve their financial situation.

How to avoid foreclosure – if it’s already on its way:

1.    Enter into a forbearance agreement. For a temporary hardship, lenders might grant a forbearance agreement to lower – or eliminate – payments for a limited time.

2.    Consider loan modification. A loan modification seeks a permanent change to the loan, such as lowering the payment and extending the loan’s term, or incorporating any delinquencies into future payments.

3.    Obtain a deed in lieu of foreclosure. A deed in lieu essentially allows the borrower to return the title or deed of the property – giving the home back – to the mortgage holder to avoid foreclosure.

4.    Sell the home. Selling your home may not be ideal, but it is a way to avoid foreclosure proceedings on your house and pay back your lender.

5.    Refinance the loan. It may be possible to refinance your mortgage for a lower interest rate and/or lower monthly payment (this is much different than refinancing to take cash out to pay off credit cards). However, if you already have had late payments on your mortgage, the interest rate offered to you may be too high to lower your monthly payment. Educate yourself on current rates by checking online rate comparison sites and using online calculators to determine the real costs of refinancing. These tools are available on a number of Web sites, including http://www.bills.com/calculators/.

6.    Be cautious. Be wary of so-called equity skimmers. If your house is facing foreclosure, you will probably receive numerous solicitations from companies looking to help you prevent foreclosure by offering to sell your home for you or by taking ownership of your home. In most cases, these solicitations are scams trying to take advantage of people in difficult situations. The perpetrators aim to snatch the equity you have built up in your home.

In many states, foreclosure rates have already started to increase, especially impacting the segment of the population that carries adjustable-rate mortgage loans, whose payments climb upward with every interest-rate increase. However, homeowners can make choices – ideally, before they purchase a home, but even after problems arise – that will help them keep a home, or at least minimize the damage a foreclosure could have on their futures.

Based in San Mateo, Calif., Bills.com is a free one-stop online portal where consumers can educate themselves about complex personal finance issues and save money by choosing the best-value products from a network of qualified service providers. Since 2002, Bills.com’s partner company, Freedom Financial Network, has provided consumer debt resolution services, serving more than 7,500 customers nationwide and managing more than 0 million in consumer debt. The company’s co-founders, Andrew Housser and Brad Stroh, were recently named Northern California finalists in Ernst & Young’s 2006 Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.

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Posted On: San Mateo, Calif. July 3, 2006

Miami Condominium Prices Rise for Third Consecutive Month

Sales of existing single-family homes in the Miami Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) rose 41 percent in October, from 546 to 769, compared to October 2010, according to the 25,000-member MIAMI Association of REALTORS and the local Multiple Listing Service (MLS) systems.

Sales of existing single-family homes in the Miami Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) rose 41 percent in October, from 546 to 769, compared to October 2010, according to the 25,000-member MIAMI Association of REALTORS and the local Multiple Listing Service (MLS) systems. Sales of existing condominiums increased 63 percent, from 739 to 1,202, compared to October 2010.

Statewide sales increased 13 percent to 13,755 for single-family homes and 12 percent to 6,132 for condominiums compared to October 2010. Nationally, sales of existing single-family homes, townhomes, condominiums, and co-ops rose 1.4 percent from the previous month and were 13.5 percent above October 2010, according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR).

“We are encouraged by the record-breaking performance of the Miami real estate market this year,” said Jack H. Levine, 2011 Chairman of the Board of the MIAMI Association of REALTORS. “Rising demand and limited supply is yielding higher average and median sales prices, and we expect to see double-digit price appreciation in 2012.”

International Buyers Fuel Cash Transactions

The percentage of cash transactions rose to 64 percent, up one percent compared to the previous month. Cash sales accounted for 43 percent of single-family and 77 percent of condominium closings. Nearly 90 percent of international buyers in Florida purchase properties all cash. Nationally, all-cash sales accounted for 29 percent of transactions, reflecting the stronger presence of international buyers in the Miami real estate market.

Condominium Prices Rise Again

The effect of short sales and foreclosures on the median and average sales prices for both single-family homes and condominiums has lessened particularly in some areas of the county. In October, 57 percent of all closed residential sales in Miami-Dade County were distressed, including REOs (bank-owned properties) and short sales, compared to 61 percent in October 2010 and 60 percent the previous month.

In October, the median sales price for condominiums rose for the third consecutive month. The median sales price of condominiums in October increased eight percent to 7,900. The median sales price of single-family homes decreased 12 percent to 4,600 from a year earlier.

“Miami is an enviable position, leading the nation in the real estate market recovery,” said 2011 MIAMI Association of REALTORS Residential President Ralph E. De Martino. “International buyers continue to play a major role in fueling the local market strengthening. Demand for local properties from domestic and foreign buyers will result in the local market outperforming the nation long into the future.”

Statewide median sales prices decreased four percent to 1,200 for single-family homes and increased nine percent to ,800 for condominiums. The national median existing-home price for all housing types was 1,600 in October, down 5.8 percent from October 2010.

The average sales prices for single-family homes in Miami-Dade County increased 6.5 percent, from 6,726 in October 2010 to 2,947 in October 2011. The average sales price for condominiums increased 14.3 percent, from 7,811 in October 2010 to 6,151 last month.

Inventory Continues Sharp Decline

The inventory of residential listings in Miami-Dade County has dropped 38 percent, from 24,501 to 15,127 active listings, in the last year. Compared to the previous month, the total inventory of homes dropped one percent from 15,264. Since August 2008, existing housing inventory has decreased more than 65 percent, down from 43,100.

Total housing inventory nationally fell 2.2 percent to million at the end of October compared to the previous month.

Note: Statistics in this news release may vary depending on reporting dates.

About the MIAMI Association of REALTORS

The MIAMI Association of REALTORS was chartered by the National Association of Realtors in 1920 and is celebrating more than 90 years of service to Realtors, the buying and selling public, and the communities in South Florida. Comprised of four organizations, the Residential Association, the Realtors Commercial Alliance, the Broward County Board of Governors, and the International Council, it represents more than 25,000 real estate professionals in all aspects of real estate sales, marketing, and brokerage. It is the largest local association in the National Association of Realtors, and has partnerships with more than 60 international organizations worldwide. MIAMI’s official website is http://www.miamire.com.

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Posted On: Miami, Florida November 21, 2011