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I purchased my home 3 years ago in central Virginia for 216,000. We chose a (Combo Loan?) 1st and 2nd mortgage. Our 1st mortgage is for 75% of the loan (162,000) and at a rate of 6.125%, our 2nd mortage is for 25% of the loan (54,000) and at the rate of 8.875%. After living here for 3 years we currently owe about 209,000. I have made every payment on time, and have not paid any principal, just the house payment. I recently got a real estate assesment from my county saying the property/house is worth $166,600. We have tried to refinance but nobody will because we are so upside down in this mortgage. - Im good for the money, i just want a lower rate!!!!!! - It really makes me made that another young couple moved into a house across from us that was 1000 SF bigger than ours , 16,000 dollars less than ours, got a 8000 tax credit and a interest rate of 5%. I guess my worry is that if i stay here and keep paying on this house, if in 5 years i go to put it up for sale what if i can only get what i paid for this place, or perhaps less? Ive also put at least $10,000 in this house in the last 3 years. New kitchen floor, landscaping, interior paint, all light fixtures upgraded and the list goes on. Im not sure what to do, would it be better to toss the keys to the bank and walk or just keep paying and "hope" the house will go back up in value.
I work in the mortgage industry. If you just walk away, not only do you ruin your credit, but the bank can slap a deficiency judgment against you for the difference between the the loan balance what what they net selling the house. That is they can garnish your wages. Banks are doing this especially against people that can afford to pay. If you decide that this is what you want to do, talk to a lawyer. You do have another option, you can request the bank to allow a short sale. This is where you sell the house for less than the loan balance. This is still a hit on your credit report, but not as bad. However you have to request a release so the bank will not hit you with a deficiency judgment. Again seek legal advice. However you do have one more option. Call the bank and ask for a loan modification. You have one thing going for you, if you are current you have a performing loan. Your bank may find it better to keep you by lowering your interest rate a bit than take a potential loss of $60,000 on foreclosing on the house. Give your bank a call. Discuss with them. You may be surprised at what they will do.
I know it can be frustrating right now when looking at your homes value verses the loan balance(s). But understand there are two key considerations when making this decision (1) the financial, and (2) the moral. On the financial consideration, the good news is that there are many others who are more upside down that you are. Also, your "blended" interest rate is approx. 6.80% between the two mortgages. Yes, this is higher than today's current mortgage rates. You have made all of the mortgage payments on time so your credit is still in good shape. So here is the reality, if you walk, your credit will plummet and it will stay on your credit report for 10 years. This will impact your ability to get new credit in the future. So if you have to buy a new car, want new credit cards, want to keep your current credit cards at their current rates, or want to buy another house in the next four years, than I would NOT walk. If this is not that much of a concern, then continue reading. On the moral side, I also had to face this same decision and I ultimately decided NOT to walk because the idea keeps me up at night and conflicts with my values. I made the decision to buy my house at the price I bought it at. And yes, times may be tough right now, but we fight thru them to come out the other side better. If you are struggling to continue to make the payments, by then all means, that is a different story and you should do what is you need to do to survive.
I would not walk away from the house just because you can't find a lower interest rate. You have already invested too much time and money. I suggest you do a little more research online, and consult a financial adviser to help you pay for the remaining balance on the house. If you toss in the key, it'll be the same as if your house was foreclosed upon. Rather take this time to re-think your strategies in this time of need. Once the economy improves if you still want to sell your house you can. You won't make much profit, but you will have broken even, that is better than giving away the house to the bank for free. I hope this helps answer your question.
It seems like you are putting the cart before the horse. If you like your home & neighborhood, stay put & do your best to keep paying on your mortgage. Millions of other homeowners (including myself) are in your shoes. We bought when housing prices were inflated & credit way too easy. As long as your interest rates are fixed & you can make the payments, you are in good shape. In 3yrs you have paid 7K on the mortgage, so it appears you are paying it down. Most traditional mortgages start as little principle & lots of interest. As you pay the interest down, you will pay more on the principle. Don't envy that couple that got a seemingly better deal. The bank may have wanted to get that house off of their hands or the couple has access to other resources, such as a rich relative. Worse yet, they may have an adjustable mortgage that will reset in a few yrs. If you decide to walk away, your credit score can get trashed & any new loan will be denied or have sky high interest rates. If you have the resources, add extra on your mortgage payment & designate it for the principle. Be realistic! Until the markets reset & the economy improves, we won't see any increase in housing prices. Good luck!!
I'm going to answer from a different point of view. You bought the house, and were happy to get it at the time. You used a 75/25 loan because you didn't have a down payment or didn't want to use your cash. You had other options, like buyer a less expensive house. 3 years ago we had a strong market for housing and you thought you got a good deal. A lender (or maybe 2) made a contract with you, to lend you a certain amount of money for a certain amount of time at a certain rate of interest. You agreed to pay them a certain amount of money every month in return. If you walk away, not only will you have lost your home, the money you've already invested in it and your credit rating, but you will have done something dishonorable. A lot of people are doing just that, but not only are they making it hard for them to get another loan in the future, but they're diminishing themselves in the process.
You are another of the gullible hundreds of thousands who bought a home with the idea that you would MAKE money on it. That isn't what a home purchase is all about. You buy a place in which to live. If you are LUCKY, the value goes up or at least stays constant. There is no guarantee that home values won't change downward as well as upward. If you can afford to pay the mortgage, you need to keep paying for it. The downside ? A foreclosure will trash your credit for at least five years preventing you from buying another house for at least five years. As well, if your financial situation is healthy, expect the lender to pursue a judgment against you to recover the amount it loses through the foreclosure. Take your choice.
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Laid off in Wisconsin and was forced to have a short sale on my home. Then I moved to Virginia to work at the shipyards. It's been 2 1/2 years since I sold my house. My fiance and I just had a baby and would like to plan on buying a home when our lease is up on our apartment in May. However I talked to a real estate agent and he told me I'd have to wait at least 4 years. WTF? The reason I did a short sale was so I could avoid foreclosure and not kill my credit.
The lender took a huge financial hit when you did the short sale. The difference between the sale price and loan balance had to be paid for by the lender. 4 years is not unusual, in fact most lenders won't even talk to you after a short sale or a lender. You defaulted on the last loan, so that makes you high risk. The short sale probably trashed your credit the same way a foreclosure would have, because money was written off as bad debt.
A short sale is not as bad as a foreclosure on your credit. But, it still takes a big hit. And, such a hit on your credit report causes it to lose a certain amount of points. However, over time and with no additional hits like that, the points that come off get less and less, so that your credit score slowly comes back up. Then, after 7 years, it comes off altogether. I would recommend you get together with a mortgage broker to discuss your options. They get daily rate sheets from dozens of lenders offering dozens of loan products. And, some lenders may have lower standards for a particular product than another. If it's possible for you to buy now, the mortgage broker will be able to find you a product that works for you. Your real estate agent does not have that info.
Having a short sale should not impact your ability to buy another home as long as there was no negative credit rating involved. Check with the three major credit reporting agencies and see where you stand. You can contact them online and ask that your record be mailed to you. They must provide one free report each year. If your credit looks okay, find another agent. Congratulations, by the way. My guess is you have moved to the Newport News area. There are some good opportunities to purchase a home there. Be sure to check out the market to help ensure you don't buy into a declining market. You could wind up in the same situation all over again. is a good source, as is Find an agent who seems to specialize in the area that appeals to you.
Who ever told you that a short sale would not kill your credit ??? They were WRONG. A short sale is not much more than a voluntary foreclosure, and it still shows that you failed to honor a major financial responsibility. You need to visit a mortgage lender in Va to discuss in what shape is your credit after that short sale. My guess is that your real estate agent is correct.
Lenders consider a short sale a foreclosure... you didn't complete your mortgage obligation. It's 3 years if you go FHA - perfect credit after the short sale is required.. 4 years to go conventional. If your other loan was an FHA & they had to pay the difference it may be longer since it's 3 years after they pay the claim.
While you were going after a short sale, your credit score was getting trashed. You may not have to wait, but you are going to have to check to see where you are. You needed to be squeaky clean after the short sale to get your credit score up sufficiently to buy. A little bit of realistic prior planning was probably in order before you had a tentative plan on how you thought this should work.
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OBJECTIVE Obtain a position where I can effectively utilize my expertise in human relations, interpersonal and problem solving skills where my experience can be utilized to improve customer satisfaction. EMPLOYMENT 04/2006 – 07/2007 Trinity LLC, JEB Development Virginia Beach, VA Administrative Assistant  Performed general office duties, Responsible for personally assisting managers, Cataloguing documents, Using office equipment 04/2006 – 07/2007 Nobody Construction Virginia Beach, VA Administrative Assistant  Performed general clerical duties, Carried out accounting, Organized a filing system, responsibilities, Personally assisted supervisor, Efficiently painted, cleaned, and carried out various labor needs at job sites 01/2007 – 07/2007 Atlanta Bread Company Virginia Beach, VA Bakery Assistant, Cashier  Exceeded expectations for excellent customer service skills, Efficiently managed money at cash register, Organized bakery items, Stocked all items needed daily, Assisted in food preparation, Assisted in large catering orders, Extensive cleaning 01/2005 – 04/2006 Cash Express of VA Virginia Beach, VA Managerial Assistant  Determined new loan qualification for applicant based on payroll, bank statements, and Infotrac Report analysis, Managed, calculated, and maintained daily till and vault counts, Handled customer inquiries, Computed daily bank deposits and ACH's, Handled accounts payable, Coordinated customer payment arrangements and appointments, Responsible for solely managing the store at some points, Performed general clerical duties, Catalogued paperwork for each customer, Used creativity to promote business through various advertisement projects, Coordinated a number of administrative activities in this busy practice, Maintained up to date paperwork for each client, Extensive phone work, Improved NSF/bankruptcy collections Department by vigorously pursuing delinquent accounts through phone calls, mailings, and Court Judgments, Utilized company database system with data entry and customer loan applications, denial, and collections, Assisted supervisor with all other pertinent duties, Conducted back ground checks daily, Performed duties such as check cashing, Western Union money transfers, bill pay, and money orders, Participated in the training and development of staff
Giving it a quick once over (I work in the staffing industry), it looks good. The objective looks good & you should keep it. You might want to write "relevant employment history" or "related" instead. Go ahead & keep the bakery job off since it isn't directly related.
Really in 2 years you have had 3 job, I am just saying that is a lot in a short period of time
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Im asking for a friend, she is married but seperated. The father does not see the child, and he doesnt pay child support. I told her that as long as they are still married seperated or not he doesnt have to pay child support until they are divorced and they go to court. Is this true? She lives in new mexico and he lives in virginia. Thanks.
Yes. SHE needs to file a Legal Separation Order. This specifies child support and visitation arrangements, as well as protects her money and personal goods UNTIL the divorce is final. She MIGHT be able to file for unpaid back support, back to the day they separated, depending on State Law. For future reference, Child Support and Visitation Arrangements are NOT connected!!! Doesn't matter if he sees his child or not -- he STILL pays child support. Doesn't matter if he pays support or not -- He STILL gets visitation rights. It is HER right to RECEIVE payment, and it is HIS right to visit his child (or refuse). She WILL need a lawyer for this. YOU, as a good friend, may have to loan her the money.
He needs to pay child support until the child is 18 years old regardless of the state of the marriage/ divorce. Child support is money to help provide for the child. Your friend needs to go to court and get him a court order to pay child support.
If your friend files for child support he will have to pay it. They won't collect child support unless she files for it. On your questions no that is not true. If he claims the child is not his she can ask for a DNA test.
You are correct, where they live makes no difference, support for the child can be court ordered even if you are still married but seperated
You may internet get adulthood pass away when you consider which you're actually not being very mature. toddler help is for the youngsters and, to a small quantity, you. To ease your rigidity as you feed them and gown them and look after them and grant for them in each way. he isn't paying it and that's no longer good. Visitation is for the youngsters and, to small quantity him. to grant them a father discern, build their relationship, and have yet somebody else of their life. he's taking some thing remote from them. when you consider that 2 wrongs do no longer make a stunning, you mustn't be taking some thing else remote from them in reaction.
He has to pay her support as soon as they separate. She needs to go to court right now, good chance she could even get back child support.
You're wrong. The day they ceased to live in the same home he became legally obligated to pay child support.
Yes, he does. Is he not because she is denying him access to the child, as happens in 40% of the cases?
Does this child like to eat?
You are incorrect. She can file for support now.
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So we have a loan on our car and the buyer is giving a check to our bank today to pay off our loan but the title isn't being mailed to us to sign over to them for about 2 weeks. She says she needs to start driving the car from the time she drops off the check because that's the day she needs to begin insuring it and she can't afford to insure two cars at once (so her old car would become undrivable because it wouldn't be insured). But the title would still be in our name for two weeks. Can we remove the car from our insurance at this point? Could our insurance on the car for those two weeks remove her need to get insurance on it? I just don't want to give her the car too early and pose a liability for ourselves. We're in Virginia. Thanks!
If it helps I personally know the buyer and I'm not worried about being screwed over. Just our insurance going up or something like that if she wrecks it during those two weeks... but I'd also like to know what the normal procedure is (regardless of if you know the person or not) do they get possession of the car when they get the bill of sale or when they get the title?
You can do so as soon as they show proof the loan was paid off. You must notify the DMV after selling or donating your vehicle. You can do this online or by phone at (866) 368-5463 or (800) 435-5137. You must also alert your insurance company. Be sure, however, to also notify the DMV. If not, you can face possible legal issues with the police. Also, don't forget to remove the plates, they are yours, and the buyer will have to get new plates for the vehicle.
You can cancel your insurance coverage as soon as she takes ownership. If you submit the release of liability form to your DMV office on the day of the sales you will have relinquished all responsibility.
If she needs to start driving the car, she needs to insure it. and you need to cancel yours. or she shouldn't take possession of the car until you get the pink slip. if she is only going to be driving the new car, she doesn't need to keep insurance on her old one if it isn't going to be driven. if the car is not in your possession you don't need to keep insurance on it and your insurance wouldn't cover your car if your not driving it. there is no reason she can't drive her car for two more weeks and get the new car insured when she takes possession of it.
She doesn't need the title to insure the car only the VIN #.
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I was online and viewed my acct. It stated it was -2500 and some change over drawn. I called the bank and spoke with a representative. She said, it was from a legal garnishment and because today is a holiday to contact the legal department. First off, I don't have over draft protection so can the bank allow this to happen.. Secondly, I wasn't notified if I was sued to appear in court so can the courts go ahead and garnish it without me being notified. Isn't this going against my rights. Can the state of Virginia do this? What can I do to look into this? I will follow this matter up but how can i safe guard myself against the laws here to protect citizens.
A legal garnishment can be anything including tax liens or lawsuits, or other types like a defaulted student loan. If you have maybe moved, or if you have a creditor you didn't pay, they can get a judgement without your knowledge. The bank will pay the funds and charge you for this. If you just avoid paying the bank, then they will report it to the credit bureau. I recommend determining who got the garnishment (the company who was paid the funds) and contact them. Good luck to you resolving this matter
No, if this was a court, you should have been notified. It's sounds like a scam, I would close all accounts, and put a freeze on your credit report, so noone can get cards in your name. I had a credit card stolen while it was still in the mail, it is very difficult to fix, good luck.
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Wife and I are in Virginia and signed contract to purchase home, signed off on inspection addendum, and then were denied both mortgage insurance and eventually a mortgage as there were problems with value of home (bank stated property was overvalued despite appraisal coming in at agreed purchase price). We told sellers we no longer wanted to purchase the home as there are problems with value (house had 3 dfft appraisals all coming in with very different numbers). Seller attorney sent letter stating we are in default of contract and must attempt to obtain another loan. Contract states "purchaser must make diligent effort to obtain loan from a lender" (not lenderS). If we attempted to obtain loan and were denied, does the seller have recourse against us? Earnest discussion with seller's agent, who stated we cannot cancel contract just because we do not want to purchase home which bank states is valued incorrectly. We reminded them that we were denied loan from bank. They are stating that because my wife knows the loan officer professionally (she is a real estate agent also), we must attempt another loan with difft lender. Seller’s lawyer is further stating that because she spoke directly to the bank’s appraiser AFTER he had submitted value to the underwriters, she is in collusion with the appraiser.
We have obtained an attorney, but he does not have answers for us yet. We are panicked b/c we sold our current home as we were really in love with the other property and will close soon. We now have no home to live in and may have to move with our infant daughter to an apartment! Seller's attorney has warned us not to put a contract on any other home. The underwriter denied financing based on the value of the property, which they felt was priced too high. We have this in writing from the bank, as well as proof of denial from the mortgage insurance co. prior to denial from the underwriter, also related to the property being overvalued. This is what we stated to the seller, "bank and insurance have problem with value" Seller offered financing, requiring more cash down, We were not comfortable with this offer and declined, as we do not have enough cash. Seller attny is arguing that we did not perform diligence by seeking another another loan source, though we went though bank and sellr
If the bank declined the loan due to appraisal, I do not understand how the seller has recourse. They argue that using my wife's in house mortgage people is improper and not due diligence. Can they force us to seek another loan? The broker of the firm (wife and seller agent in same office!) has advised seller agent to sign release. They have ignored request from him. Thanks so much!
Your wife should have known better, being an agent. There is no way in the world she should have said a single word to that appraiser. Your wife screwed up, the appraiser would never have approached a buyer and initiated contact. This is where your contract getting you out of the deal is hosed, illegal interference with the loan process. You need to attempt another loan, this time following all of the rules, especially with the buyer being an agent, she is going to be risking her license by interfering. She knows better then this.
You need to contact an attorney. I am NOT an attorney and nothing I say should be construed to be legal advice. Your contract should have a contingency for financing which enables you to get out if financing does not pan out. Also, most contracts will have an appraisal contingency. In addition to a simple contingency, most good Realtors(R) will define the loan type, term, and rate. This is more to protect the buyer than it is to prevent the buyer from going after a loan for which they do not qualify. In Cincinnati, our contracts have a spot where an agent can check "at prevailing rates and terms". This is so nebulous that it could be construed to mean pretty much anything. For example, if you were turned down for PMI, then you could be a high risk loan. What are the prevailing rates and terms for a high risk loan? Could be off the charts high. Sellers' agent may be practicing law without a license, if legal advice is being offered. Dangerous territory there. Again, I am NOT an attorney and you should NOT construe anything I say to be legal advice.
Yes and no, depends on what was written into the contract. Generally speaking, most sales contracts call for the type of loan (fixed, ARM, FHA or VA) and a range of interest other words, if you state in your contract that you'll take an interest rate of "up to 7%" and a bank will only approve you at 8%, you have grounds that you cannot meet loan conditions and you get your earnest money back. The reason those conditions are put into the contract, is it prevents the buyer from applying for unreasonable loans that they would never qualify for in order to get out of a purchase contract. If you have no such condtion, well, that ain't good because it puts the seller more in the driver's seat than you. So, not only MUST you provide a WRITTEN letter of LOAN DENIAL from your bank to the sellers (which is a required element to prove you cannot obtain financing) you must attempt at least one other lender and possibly even FHA. Now, on the appraisal. The BANK orders the appraisal on YOUR behalf and can CHOOSE to accept that value or not...the underwriter has the final stamp of approval...this prevents loan fraud and the sellers finding out who the appraiser is and influencing the appraisal. If the bank is not going to accept the appraisal, then they need to provide you with something in writing stating WHY they cannot accept and provide evidence for that decision. The seller's attorney is NOT a licensed appraiser and therefore IS NOT qualified to make a judgement on whether or not the appraisal is over-valued or the end, it doesn't matter what the seller's opinion is on the appraisal...the denial of financing alone will get you out of the contract. Email me if you have further questions.
No you obviously do not qualify to by this home. Read your contract, especially the financing addendum. Most states require verbage that states if the buyer is denied a loan, the contract is null and void and any monies be returned to buyer. I get red flags when an agent or lawyer tells you to try another mortgage company. Keep in mind the seller's agent is working for the the SELLER not you the buyer. THIS IS A GOOD REASON FOR ALL BUYERS TO HAVE THEIR OWN REALTOR REPRESENTING THEM AND NOT USE A SELLERS AGENT. You need to hire an attorney of your own to straighten this out before you can proceed.
It all depends on how one interprets "diligent effort." If you fail to make a "diligent effort" to obtain a loan, then you are indeed in breach of contract. The question becomes, what is a "diligent effort?" Does that mean you must apply with only one lender, or at least two, or more than that. (The fact that the contract states "lender" as opposed to "lenders" is unimportant. What's important is "diligent effort.") So, what does "diligent effort" mean? It means whatever the judge (the one presiding when the seller sues you for breach of contract) says it means. If the judge believes that, given the facts you just mentioned, you did not make a "diligent effort," then you lose. You kind of did not help your situation by using "there are problems with value" as a reason for canceling your contract. Kind of implies that you want to back out because you didn't get a rock bottom price, as opposed to failing to qualify for a loan.
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So, I have a car loan with an extremely high interest rate. The car loan was done in Kentucky, but I live in West Virginia. So which ever states tax laws this applies to. I am not sure. Anyways, I have 24.5% annual interest rate for this car loan and am wondering. Is this interest rate against the law for either one of these states? I would really like to know because I am trying to find some sound of mind on this and get something figured out for my future.
You have a 24.5% interest rate because you have a poor credit history. No, it's not illegal, but only a very desperate person would agree to an auto loan under those terms.
With an interest rate that high the secret is paying it off EARLY. You need to get a amortization chart for the loan. You wil see that the first payment of , say, $400, only about $10 goes toward the principal and all the rest goes toward interest. BUT! It is just the opposite on the last payment! Here is the good news! If you can pay and extra $50 each month for the first 2-3 years you can cut a massive amount of interest cost from you loan, and then you refinance. Now for the bad news. If you actually make every single payment when it is due, but only pay the required amount, you will end up paying MORE for the loan than you do for the car.
To answer the questions that you all are asking for this one here. I went to an actual dealer, and got this loan through Santander consumer usa. the issue isn't that I cannot make the payments, its just that when I make the payments. the principle never changes and so the pay off amount doesn't change either. So I went looking online at usury laws. So that's why I figured that I would go and look into this and also get opinions of people more knowledgeable than myself in this area lo. thank you all for the answers though. I guess ill keep my payments coming till I can refinance on a much better rate. Thanks for the trouble!
The rate depends on where you got the loan, not where you live. The maximum legal rate in that state depends on its usury laws. It also depends on the type of loan and on the type of company that issued the loan. It also depends on the amount of the loan. You'll have to get this information for Kentucky. My guess is that you got your car from a scumbag "buy-here-pay-here" used car dealer who finances his own loans and is probably legally charging the maximum amount allowed by law in his state. These kind of dealers take advantage of people with poor credit, although they argue that the high interest rate is justified because many of their customers are also scumbags who don't pay their bills.
Usury laws typically apply to smaller loans of a personal nature. Your loan is for a car, (chattel mortgage) and likely doesn't have specific limits. I think the real issue here is your realization of what actually occurred.
That's about right for someone with lousy credit.
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I applied for Deed in Lieu, but the Lender delay it and went just for the Foreclosure. I have no idea where to go with my family in our Prince William county where the service are so bad. I called different numbers of HUD in DC and VA but they dont care or help at all !! I called money management but the stuff was not friendly . I have no idea where to go or what to do ..Forgive me to say that some times I dont beleive I am living in the greatest country in the world ! The services in here are so bad comparing with Europe or other places
I just wanna add some thing for those who send pathatic racist messages confirmed my claims of such a bad services in US. I have been suddenly discharge from my good job for a very stupid purpose which was later assured as a big mistake from the company. I did not givin up and send my resume for hundered jobs, despite of my qualifications and great experiences I still since more than six months got no job. I listed my house in the market more than 3 months and got no offer and spent all my savings. My familly included my child have no health insurance at all in a country where its hospitals ask for fees from the patients and chase you with its bills!!! The misjudgement came from the others not me , the one who ruined my carrier and family was stupide new manager who later was sucked from work because of his bad managemnet from the company. Finally, in Europe treatment is free same as education and the services so freindly and civilized and treat each other as human.
This is sad and i am sorry---but this is happening to many many people across the U.S. many people are losing their homes to foreclosure due to ARMs and the monthly payment continually going up. First i want to recommend that you do not deal with any online people who respond to you ---they will say ("email me--i can help you")...NO they can' will only go deeper and deeper with these people...scams! second, have you contacted your mortgage company and asked them to allow you to skip a dew payments and they will then tack those onto the end of the loan...which extends the life of your loan. You could attempt to refi with a 30 year fixed, no prepayment penalty loan with your local banks...but i suspect that your loan out weighs the current value of your it does in many U.S. households right now. You can retain a licensed realtor and attempt to sell, even while in the foreclosure process. lastly - like many americans, you can just allow it to go into default and foreclosure, move into a rental and the federal government will allow you to purchase again 24months after the foreclosure date. you do not qualify for state aid or you have an asset currently. good luck, and remember to stay away from the internet sharks.
It's not the country, it's the people in the country. If you couldn't make the payments you should have tried renting out a room or finding another way to make your payments. You can't expect people to fix it for you when you made the mistake. Now, I understand things happen but, you made a deal with your mortgage company and that's that. PWC sucks in general and everyone knows it. You can't count one county or companies services as a reflection on this country. If you think Europe is so much better, move there. You can only count it on the county itself. Quit blaming others for your misfortunes. It sucks, it's scary and no, I am not dancing on the fact you and your family will be misplaced. Find a shelter, apply for Section 8 and get yourself into an apartment. There are plenty of places for you to go, even if it's down to Stafford or Spotsylvania county. PWC is expensive, I live in Loudoun county, make a whopping $15/hr and am left with all of $250 at the end of the month after rent and my bills and that's in an apartment. Good luck.
^^^^ LMAO at the spoof on Marty S. ^^^^ Unfortunately, people are finding themselves in a similar set of circumstances. They either short sell, refinance, declare bankruptcy or let the house go into foreclosure. There are more creative options available, renting the house out for one. Forgive me for sounding crass, but you signed on for this mortgage. It's not any social service agencies fault, the government's responbility or the counties problem. You are living in the greatest country in the world (IMHO), and if you think that getting yourself in this predicament is indicative of a problem with the country, there are planes, boats and buses running every day. Get on one.
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It's not that the agencies do not care; they are overwhelmed with requests like yous, mainly due to loans made over the past several years by unethical mortgage lenders. There are companies and investors that help people in your situation as long as you have equity in the property. That is how investors make their money; they will offer to buy your home for what you have in it, but some (like the one I am recommending) will help try to help you not lost everything. No matter who you deal with, do your homework on the company.
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Sell the house and use the money to move your ungrateful, grammatically incorrect a** to Iraq! Don't blame anyone other than YOURSELF for the fact that you can't pay your mortgage or were to dumb to sell it before it went into foreclosure! YOU are the reason lenders are charging more for mortgages and now you'll end up living on my welfare tax dollars!
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