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May
18

Imagine this: You've just been offered the job of your dreams, and you're ready to take the leap and move on the next exciting stage of your life. The only problem? The new job is in another state, and you're a homeowner with an underwater mortgage. ... Read More

Posted on Upside Down Mortgage Blog on May 18th, 2012


May
9

When it comes to paying back money, many people take a pretty inflexible view: If you've received a loan, you're morally obligated to pay it back. Period. That attitude makes a lot of sense when you're talking about a personal loan you receive from a... Read More

Posted on Upside Down Mortgage Blog on May 9th, 2012


May
4

If you have an underwater mortgage and are considering a short sale or foreclosure, you'll need to think about the affect that either action could have on your credit. Both will cause your credit score to fall (though the impact of a short sale on cr... Read More

Posted on Upside Down Mortgage Blog on May 4th, 2012


Apr
27

If you're underwater on your mortgage, you may feel overwhelmed. Should you try to get a loan modification? Attempt to avoid foreclosure by selling your home in a short sale? Or just go ahead and let the bank foreclose? The right answer for you depen... Read More

Posted on Upside Down Mortgage Blog on April 27th, 2012


Apr
25

Individual homeowners aren't the only people who may be in need of underwater mortgage help. Landlords, whether they one just one rental property or many, have also had to deal with the problem of having a mortgage that exceeds the value of the prope... Read More

Posted on Upside Down Mortgage Blog on April 25th, 2012


Mar
30

We all know that you don’t say the “F” word in polite company.  Yet there’s another “F” word that is apparently taboo as well.  And we want you to go ahead and say it. Foreclosure.  Then let’s ... Read More

Posted on Upside Down Mortgage Blog on March 30th, 2012


Mar
23


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Posted on Upside Down Mortgage Blog on March 23rd, 2012


Jan
23

Did you know that the average American moves every 7 years?  That movement – buying, selling – helps drive a healthy real estate market. And a healthy real estate market helps drive the U.S. economy. One could argue that economic rec... Read More

Posted on Upside Down Mortgage Blog on January 23rd, 2012