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SOME HOMEOWNERS MAY BE ABLE TO REFINANCE AFTER BANKRUPTCY

Homeowners in Arizona and across the nation may still pay their mortgages after bankruptcy. After filing for bankruptcy, including Chapter 7 bankruptcy, an individual may wonder if they can refinance their home loan if they remain in their house. The answer will generally depend on the specific circumstances of each individual homeowner. If a court [...]

Arizona Attorney General Sued Companies Over Broken Debt Relief Promises

Events leading to the simultaneous collapse of the real estate and mortgage markets in 2008 and 2009 left many homeowners with new financial challenges created by an economic recession, high mortgage balances and declining home values. Some homeowners who needed to stop foreclosure and obtain manageable payments were able to obtain the fresh financial start [...]

Does Bankruptcy Sway Lenders to Modify Mortgages

Arizona residents who are looking to modify their mortgage may have experienced difficulty getting a loan modification even after filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, which recognizes that people have unsecured debts and discharges them of those debts. However, people may still file Chapter 13 after they have already filed Chapter 7.   Chapter 13 bankruptcy [...]

Loan Modifications During Bankruptcy

When someone files for Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Phoenix, they might wonder if they should seek a loan modification, especially if they are offered a low interest rate. While lenders infrequently approved loan modifications between 2008 and 2011, consumers filed Chapter 13 bankruptcy in order to catch up on their house payments. However, many of [...]

By |2014-06-07T18:36:28+00:00June 7th, 2014|Chapter 13, Loan Modification|0 Comments