Foreclosure Cleaning, Construction & Commercial Supply Contracting/Job Leads for 5/31/2013

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REO/Preservation Crews / Repair Remodel Crews (Crawfordville, FL): Seeking contractors who can perform the following services: mowing lawns, trash and debris removal, boarding up of windows and doors, perform minor home repairs, etc. Need to be familiar with HUD guidelines. Get full details on this property preservation job.

Property Inspector (Lansing, MI): Seeking subcontractor to travel around to properties as a “scout”; job is similar to that of a property inspector. Primary duty: To inspect properties before preservation crew arrives. You will be looking for and documenting repairs that need to be made, possible hazardous situations; and anything else you think may need immediate attention.

If you have experience making repairs, you will have the option to complete them and to fix any other dangerous situations you encounter. Pay: You will be pad as an independent contractor (ie, you will receive a 1099).

Must have your own (foreclosure clean up) business insurance. Get full details on this property inspector’s job.

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Foreclosure Cleaning, Construction & Commercial Supply Contracting/Job Leads for 5/20/2013

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Property Preservation Subcontractors Needed (Sarasota, FL): Mortgage service company additional subcontractors to perform tasks on bank-owned, foreclosed properties.

Services you will be responsible for performing include, but are not limited to: recurring lawn maintenance, pool cleaning/maintenance, trash and debris removal, janitorial services, lock changes, board-ups, winterizations, etc. Must have your own lawn maintenance equipment and proper (foreclosure clean up) business insurance ($1M/$2M General Liability Insurance). Payments made on a per-job basis. Get full details on this property preservation/lawn maintenance job.

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Property Preservation Subcontractors Needed (Brooklyn, NY): Must be experienced; will be working on REO Pre-foreclosure properties. Duties include:  Lawn maintenance (cutting, edging, weed eating, trimming shrubs, leaf blowing, etc.); winterization; changing locks; etc. Equipment needed: Own transportation, lawn maintenance equipment, digital camera, internet access. Pay: You will be paid as an independent contractor (receive a 1099). Get full details on this property preservation job.

REO / Property Preservation Crew Leader (Detroit, MI): Seeking honest, reliable, hardworking, property preservation specialist to service homes throughout Detroit Metro Area. Duties include: Ensuring that properties are secure; trash and debris removal; sump pump replacements, basement pump outs, winterizations, property inspections, Lock changes, and Initial yard maintenance/grass cutting services, and other small repairs.

Note: This is a full-time, salaried position, with the possibility of a raise every six months. Get full details on this foreclosure clean up / property preservation job.

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How to Properly Leave a Home After You’ve Been Foreclosed On, ie, Getting “Move Money” from Your Lender, What You Can Legally Take & More

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For most a foreclosure is not something that you ever plan to deal with or think that you will. However it is something that people all over the country are having to deal with all the time. If you tried to avoid the foreclosure but did not have any success here are a few tips you should follow when leaving your home.

As a homeowner and even as a renter, you have rights. If you are going through a foreclosure, there is no need to panic or leave the house immediately when you get the foreclosure notice. You are entitled to leave the home in a dignified manner and to give yourself the chance to move on with your future.

You can’t always avoid foreclosure, but you can retain your dignity. Following are some tips to help you do just that.

Are they Offering Cash for Keys?

1. Check with the bank or lending company to see if they are offering an incentive for leaving the house in order. Many homeowners are angry when leaving their home after a foreclosure notice and may decide to destroy the house, take the appliances to sell, or leaving messes for the bank to clean.

The incentives being offered are usually several hundred (to a few thousand) dollars; think about how that money would help you during this time and leave the house in order. According to a recent article in CNBC Financial Times, these financial incentives can range from $1,000-$20,000 towards a fresh start.

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Packing Up

2. Pack ahead of time. From the time you receive the notice until you actually have to be out of the house can vary by state and bank (foreclosure timeline), but you can choose to be prepared. By organizing and cleaning out your belongings ahead of time, you can move in a calm and rational manner.

If you wait until you have a tight deadline, you may feel overwhelmed and unable to pack efficiently. This can lead to poor packing, broken items, and including items that you could very well sell or give away. In a study done by MSN real estate, most people could purge their homes of 30% of items and not notice a difference.

Who Can Rightly Tell You to Leave after a Foreclosure

3. According to the real estate site, Trulia.com, only the bank can tell you when to vacate the house. You are able to stay in the house until an actual eviction is filed. This basically means that you could have several weeks or even months before the bank will take possession of the house. If you are out before that day, you can move out in a dignified manner, just as you would had you sold the house in a real estate transaction.

There is no need to leave in a dramatic rush but you also shouldn’t wait until the day of eviction as law enforcement may pay a visit to the property. The best plan of action is to take the foreclosure notice seriously and plan as quickly as possible to leave the home. You don’t want to wait until the sheriff shows up with the eviction notice.

What You Can Legally Take from the Home after Foreclosure

4. Homeowners can take certain items from the house. There are certain things you CANNOT take.

Before you decide to take an item, ask yourself if removing the item will render the room or accessory unusable. For example, you cannot remove the sink from the kitchen because that would mean the kitchen would not be a functioning kitchen. You can, however, remove the shelving you had installed in the office that was not present when you first purchased the house.

RE appliances, a simple rule to follow is that if it’s an “affixed” item (eg, dishwasher), it can’t be taken; if it’s not affixed (eg, a refrigerator), it can be taken.

The idea of a foreclosure is not one that you want to deal with but in reality, it can happen to even the most vigilant homeowners. When it does, you do not have to leave the house in frenzy or wait for the sheriff to come and start throwing out your belongings. Take the time to plan and be proactive for your future.

Don’t take home foreclosure lightly. It will have damaging effects on your credit and future. There are many ways to sell your house. You don’t need to give up on a quick property sale.

Received a Foreclosure Notice?

Following are some links to some informational articles that can help you decide what your next step should be if you’ve received/are anticipating receiving a foreclosure notice of default.

Stop Foreclosure: More than 90 Days Late on Your Mortgage? Here’s a Foreclosure Prevention Program for You

Timeline For Foreclosure In All 50 States 

Some Surprising Benefits of Foreclosure: It Doesn’t Have to be the Financial Nightmare You Think It Is

Mortgage Foreclosure Timeline: How the Foreclosure Process Works & How Long You Actually Have to Move if You Eventually Lose Your Home

Short Sale vs. Foreclosure: What’s the Difference between Them and Which One Hurts My Credit (FICO) Score More?

5 Banks Settle Foreclosure Lawsuits — How It Can Save Homeowners Facing Foreclosure Thousands of Dollars

“Cash for Keys” Can Help if You Have a House in Foreclosure & Can’t Afford to Move

Get Foreclosure Help: How to Find Agencies that Will Help You Stop Foreclosure – For Free

Stopping Foreclosure: What the “Produce the Note” Defense Is & How It Can Help You Save Your Home from Foreclosure (Or at Least Stall)

Could Recent Mortgage Law Challenges Mean More Homeowners Won’t Face Foreclosure and/or That They Were Illegally Foreclosed On and Can Keep Their Homes?

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Some Surprising Benefits of Foreclosure: It Doesn’t Have to be the Financial Nightmare You Think It Is

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When we think of foreclosures, we typically think of a financial nightmare. Families begin falling behind on their mortgage payments and risk losing their homes. However, there are some surprising benefits of foreclosures for both the struggling family and the uninvolved bystander. While foreclosures are undesirable, sometimes the financial predicament becomes unavoidable and tough decisions have to be made.

Fortunately, a foreclosure can ease the pain of heavy mortgage payments in the months until the situation is resolved. Also, until the foreclosure process is completed (eg, the home is sold or the bank takes it back), homeowners can continue living in their home — for free — without worrying about liquidators roaming through it.

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Despite these silver linings, going through a foreclosure is still a devastating blow. But it needn’t be, especially as it can provide a fresh financial start. Consider the following benefits as opportunities for growth.

Foreclosure Advice: How Bankruptcy Can Help

The first benefit to foreclosure is that it isn’t a dead end. In other words, homeowners struggling with their mortgage have various options available to them to avoid losing their home. These options include meeting with a bankruptcy attorney to avoid foreclosure. A bankruptcy attorney will help you consider:

• Whether to pursue bankruptcy or a foreclosure. Generally, if you fall behind on your payments but have the ability to pay them, bankruptcy is a good option. However, if money – not time – is the biggest problem, bankruptcy won’t save your foreclosure woes.

• The choice between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Chapter 7 allows you to stall payments, but can potentially result in the liquidation of your assets. Chapter 13, on the other hand, is more likely to help you keep your home.

The Benefits of Foreclosures for Bystanders (the Community at Large)

While some people suffer from foreclosures, others benefit from the cheaper houses. Foreclosed homes become a cheap investment opportunity. In fact, it’s possibly to purchase a property for less than 10% of what it was sold for. Since the bank is trying to get the home off its books, however, they won’t do any of the repairs for you. Purchasing the foreclosed home at such a cheap price means that you purchase the problems that come with it.

Foreclosure Benefits for the Homeowner

Ironically, facing foreclosure may be the opportunity to reset your financial life. For instance, many families that realize they can no longer meet their mortgage payments simply stop attempting to pay and instead start saving the money. In these extreme circumstances, they’re so far behind and so deep in debt that their payments won’t help. Thus, they begin saving the money for their fresh start.

Homeowners also have the opportunity to negotiate the terms of their loan. A good bankruptcy attorney can provide you with tips to help you succeed in negotiating with your lenders. Even if the negotiations don’t work out, you also benefit from the experience by learning from your financial mistakes and decisions.

While a foreclosure may not be a pleasant experience, it’s still a free lesson in money management, and you will be more likely to avoid similar pitfalls in the future.

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Homeowners Who Were Wrongfully Foreclosed On are Starting to Receive Checks from Lenders; the Amounts Will Shock You

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Millions of American homeowners who have struggled with foreclosures are now receiving compensation checks from mortgage servicers, which is part of the Obama Administratiton’s (ie, the federal government’s) efforts to put an end to the foreclosure crisis, so that the real estate market can — hopefully — start to recover nationwide in earnest. 

But some of the homeowners who are receiving their “foreclosure checks” told NBC News that the payments are an insult that neither punishes the banks enough for “deficient” practices, nor help them recover from the financial — never mind the emotional — losses they’ve endured.

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Remember, some homeowners have been going through foreclosure for years, and the average amount of these checks is astounding! Read the rest of this article on foreclosures and lender/servicer compensation checks on the NBC news site.

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I filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy, and all my debts listed were discharged; can the bank still foreclose?

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Underwater On Your Home? Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? Should You Reaffirm Your Mortgage?

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