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When Should I File a Home-Owners Insurance Claim?

We discussed in an earlier post ‘What is a CLUE Report’, how  a  Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange, or CLUE Report, will track up to a seven year claims history for a property and property owner.  As you can imagine, a CLUE Report with multiple claims may cause issues if you are trying to buy, sell, or insure a property.  Most people are unaware of CLUE Reports and how they affect property ownership and protection.  CLUE Reports include not only accepted claims, but denied claims and inquiries.  They are meant to be a comprehensive record of all loss history on you as an individual and on a property. Continue reading When Should I File a Home-Owners Insurance Claim?

How far can a Mortgage Lender go to collect Deficiency Judgments?

Through deficiency judgment, court holds you liable for the mortgage debt that remains unpaid after foreclosure. When the selling price of a property is less than the actual loan balance, it becomes difficult to eliminate the mortgage debt completely. In such a circumstance, the lender may take legal action against the borrower to collect the amount that remains unpaid after selling the property. Apart from the unpaid debt, there are the other charges associated with the foreclosure procedure that can be included into the deficiency judgment. Continue reading How far can a Mortgage Lender go to collect Deficiency Judgments?

FHA 203(b) Loans for North Carolina borrowers with 620 Fico Scores

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Until recently, getting a loan to purchase a home in Raleigh North Carolina for borrowers with credit scores greater than 620 but less than 640 was nearly impossible. However, because of the improving real estate markets, lenders are beginning to once again to loosen their credit guidelines. Continue reading FHA 203(b) Loans for North Carolina borrowers with 620 Fico Scores