How long does it take to get a foreclosure off your credit

Foreclosure & Credit

Your credit score can drop by as much as 200 to 300 points if you are forced to give your home up to foreclosure. This drop carries with it a ripple effect that impacts your ability to purchase a new home and obtain car loans, credit cards, even insurance. … Foreclosure can remain on your credit report for as long as seven years, but …

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What Is Foreclosure Mediation & How It Can Help Stop Foreclosure

Foreclosure mediation is a process that is used to help homeowners avoid foreclosure by coming up with an alternate solution that benefits both the borrowers and the lender. The mediation process varies from state to state, but it generally begins when a lender initiates a foreclosure in accordance with state law. One study has shown that homeowners who participate in mediation are 1.7 times more likely to avoid foreclosure than those who did not.

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Here’s a state-by-state breakdown of foreclosure mediation programs. You’ll also find info on the process specific to each state as to how to go about it.

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Foreclosure Advice: Did You Know That How Much You Save Affects Whether You Will Be Foreclosed On?

Many who are facing foreclosure and/or have lost their home to foreclosure did so because of a loss of income. Proof?

According to a report from Treasury, 68.1 percent of homeowners who received a loan modification said loss of income (curtailment of income or unemployment) was the main hardship they faced. In addition, the survey found 72 percent of those who make more than $75,000 had at least three months of savings compared to 35 percent for those making less. [Source: Survey: 27% of Americans Have No Emergency Savings]

So, one could surmise that how much you save directly impacts whether or not you will survive a foreclosure or not.

If you’ve already lost your home to foreclosure, are facing foreclosure and/or are rebuilding your credit after a foreclosure, following are some healthy financial habits to get into — especially as it relates to housing.

How to Rebuild Credit After a Foreclosure & Other Healthy Money Habits You Should Invest In

1) Save 6 to 8 months of expenses: Some experts will even advise building up an emergency fund that can carry you through a whole year. The reason is, it’s taking longer to find a job after you lose one. And, many who do find jobs find themselves underemployed (ie, earning less). So, the more you have saved, the better your chance of surviving a job loss, illness or other type of emergency.

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2) Revamp Lifestyle: There’s nothing like losing the very roof over your head — or the threat of it — to make you assess what’s really important in life, ie, can you really afford a $500 per month car payment; eat out to the tune of $400 per month; get weekly mani/pedi’s; buy the latest tech gadget?

Many of us live way beyond our means — and don’t even realize it. Proof? Watch “money shows” like Til Debt Do Us Part. I’m constantly amazed at how many of the couples featured on this show have no clue as to not only how much they’re overspending each month; but many don’t even realize exactly how much they earn.

This brings me to my next tip which is to . . .

3) Get in Touch with Your Money: As in, KNOW — to the penny — how much you earn each month. This will not only tell you how much you can afford (or not afford) to spend, but to respect your money. Much like dating, if you want to get to have a relationship with someone, you have to get to know them. And to do that, what do you do — ask basic questions; learn who they are and what they’re all about.

Same thing with money — you need to get it touch with it and learn about it in order to develop a healthy relationship with it. This means knowing BASICS like how much you earn, what you spend it on, what you want/need it to accomplish for you, what it means to you, etc.

4) Learn How to Use Money Smartly: If you’ve been taught (or witnessed) unhealthy money habits growing up, it’s up to you as an adult to change this. So, invest in classes; speak with money experts, talk with friends who have good relationships with money — in short, do whatever you need to to turn things around.

As alluded to above, you have a RELATIONSHIP with money whether you acknowledge it or not. Make sure it’s a healthy one — one that brings you prosperity and happiness; not stress and unhappiness.

5) Make Saving a Habit: How much you save will depend on many factors, eg, your earnings, but many experts will advise you to save at least 10%. The point is to get in the habit of saving SOMETHING out of everything you earn. And if you start saving early (eg, in your 20s) and invest your money wisely (eg, in a well-researched mutual fund), it practically won’t matter if you ever earn “a lot” of money in your lifetime, because compound interest will ensure that you’ll be okay in your old age.

How to Save One Million Dollars

Sound impossible?

It’s not. Proof?

. . .  as Einstein reportedly put it, compound interest is the “eighth wonder of the world.” . . . Becoming a millionaire depends on how much money you currently have saved, how much interest that money will earn, how much you can save each month — and, of course, how long you can wait before making a withdrawal.

You see, becoming rich is not about how much you earn, it’s about how much you save. And, as the first link in this post underscores, those who earn more seem to figure it out much earlier than those who earn less. . . . which means there’s no better reason to do as the rich do when it comes to money, no?

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Foreclosure Cleaning, Construction & Commercial Supply Contracting/Job Leads for 4/22/2013

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Lawn Contractors Needed for Grass Cuts (Central NJ): Company seeking local lawn companies and lawn contractors to cut grass / maintain lawns on foreclosed properties. Experience with FNMA and HUD properties is required. Must have your own lawn maintenance equipment and proper (foreclosure clean up) business insurance. Payments made every 2 weeks based on work completed correctly.

Territories are in New Jersey; there are about 2,000 properties in total.  Get full details on this property preservation/lawn maintenance job.

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Property Preservation Contractors Needed (Gainesville/Tallahassee, FL): Property preservation seeks dependable vendors to handle changing locks, boarding up of windows and doors; remove trash and debris; general lawn maintenance (grass cuts, etc.); perform lite home repair; etc. Get full details on this property preservation job.

Property Preservation Contractors Needed (Phoenix, AZ (Valleywide)): Property preservation company seeks subcontractors to work on foreclosed residential properties. As a subcontractor, you are responsible for having your own tools, equipment and proper (foreclosure clean up) business insurance. We pay weekly; how much is determined by price sheets for common work and bids contractors provide.

Services we need you to perform include, but are not limited to – trash and debris removal, roof repair, winterizations, boarding up pools, windows and doors, changing locks, lawn cuts, etc. Get full details on this foreclosure clean up / property preservation job.

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Foreclosure Settlement Watered Down: Benefits Banks More than Homeowners

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There’s new evidence that a $9.3 billion home foreclosure settlement to help homeowners is less beneficial than it might seem.

After trumpeting the deal, the OCC late last week released copies of the new agreements with 13 banks. Buried in the details (Article IV of the PDF documents linked at the bottom of the press release, to be exact) are a few ways the settlement waters down the amount of help banks must extend to borrowers.

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Read the rest of this post, A Home Foreclosure Settelment Gets Watered Down, on BusinessWeek.com.

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Foreclosure Cleaning, Construction & Commercial Supply Contracting/Job Leads for 2/6/2013

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Property Preservation Contractors Needed (Baltimore, MD & Surrounding Areas): Company with expanding workload needs contractors to perform the following duties: winterize properties; board up windows; repair roofs; lawn maintenance; trash removal; etc.

Must have own transportation and all applicable tools, in addition to a digital camera and internet access. You will also be expected to get your own general liability insurance after 60 days. Get full details on this property preservation job.

Property Preservation Crews Needed (Lakeland, FL): Seeking experienced professionals in the Polk County area with the following to perform property preservation duties: commercial-grade lawn equipment (eg, mower, edgers, blowers, etc.); a reliable truck/trailer; a laptop, camera and/or smartphone; and lockboxes and knobs.

Pay/Compensation: 30 days net; twice per month (on the 15th and the 30th). You must be able to cover your own expenses while you wait for payment. Must be licensed and insured. Get full details on this property preservation job.

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Property Preservation Vendors Sought (Memphis (Western), TN): Duties include, but are not limited to: foreclosure trashouts and debris removal; landscaping (initial and ongoing); general cleaning; winterizing; etc.

Must have general liability insurance of at least $1,000,000, and initial start-up supplies and equipment. Responsible for taking before, during and after photos of completed jobs. Get full details on this property preservation job.

Property Preservation Contractors Needed (Columbus, IN): MMM Inspections in need of experienced property preservation contractors in cities and towns throughout the state of Indiana. Duties you will be expected to perform include: trash and debris removal; general home repairs; boarding up of windows, doors and other entry ways; doing lock changes, snow removal; covering swimming pools; etc.
 
You are responsible for having your own tools, eg, for lawn maintenance, general home repairs and other tools necessary to take on the duties associated with REO (bank-owned properties, eg, foreclosures). Other necessities include owning/having access to a reliable vehicle, a computer, internet access, a digital camera, printer, and a scanner. Get full details on this property preservation job.

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Foreclosure Cleaning, Construction & Commercial Supply Contracting/Job Leads for 1/15/2013

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Ongoing Lawn Maintenance Professional Needed (Jacksonville, FL): Seeking lawn care professional to cut at least 7 properties per day, along with trimming shrubs, etc. Pay: Minimum $19 per cut (could go higher — depends on lot size), plus $8 for up to five shrubs. Possibility of more work on some properties. Get full details on the lawn maintenance job.

Property Preservation Contractors Sought (New Orleans, LA): Common foreclosure property needs, eg, changing locks, boarding up windows and doors, removing trash and other debris, cutting grass, general home repairs.  Must have own tools/equipment; also digital camera and internet access needed. Get full details on the property preservation job.

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Property Preservation Crew Needed (Northwest Indiana): Seeks company/professional with experience in all aspects of property preservation. Also, must have own equipment and liability insurance, and workman’s comp insurance. Most urgent need: Crews that can complete ongoing yard maintenance, as well as foreclosure / eviction cleanouts and repairs. Get full details on this property preservation job.

Seeking Experienced Foreclosure Cleanout Crews (Greater Chicago & North East Illinois): We work on foreclosed homes and are seeking top-notch foreclosure cleanout specialists with the following skills: boarding windows and doors; maintaining lawns; performing general home repairs, eg, repairing/installing drywall, tarping roofs, draining pools, etc; winterizing; appliance removal/installation; doing occupancy inspections; etc.

MUST have knowledge of HUD guidelines and have liability insurance. Equipment needed: computer/laptop with internet access; digital camera; own vehicle; all tools/equipment. This is a 1099 (ie, non-employee) paid position. Get full details on how to apply for this property preservation job.

Property Preservation Specialist (Knoxville, TN): Company that works on foreclosed homes seeks contractors to perform the following duties: ongoing lawn maintenance; securing property; winterization; cleaning (maid service); trashouts; doing home repairs, eg, drywall, mold, minor construction, demo work). Get full details on how to apply for this foreclosure cleanout job.

REO Rehab and Property Preservation Specialist (Portland, Oregon): Regional remodeling and property preservation contractor seeking vendors to do remodeling and maintenance work on vacant properties. Ongoing work in your area if you perform to our satisfaction. Must have general liability insurance and workman’s comp insurance (if you have employees).  Get full details on how to apply for this property preservation and REO rehab job.

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Foreclosure Cleaning, Construction & Commercial Supply Contracting/Job Leads for 11/4/2012

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Foreclosure Cleanup Subcontracting Crews Needed (Austin, TX): We have over 20 years of experience and seek qualified sub-vendors to work on pre- and post-foreclosure properties. Duties include initial and ongoing lawn maintenance; trash and debris removal; boarding up windows/doors; rekeying/changing locks; general cleaning; rehabbing/repairing properties; evictions; etc. Compensation: $100,000 to $150,000 worth of subcontracted work. Pay: Every 14 days (w/ no monies being held back for initial 30 days). Get full details on how to apply for this property preservation job.

Property Preservation Company Seeking REO Vendors (Chicago, IL): Seeking subcontractors to perform the following duties: winterizations, trash and debris removal; boarding up windows/doors; mold remediation, rekeying/changing locks, etc. Must have valid driver’s license, a good driving history, no criminal background, be willing to submit to and pass drug test and physically fit (eg, able to lift 100 lbs). Get full details on how to apply for this property preservation job.

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Property Preservation Company Seeking REO Vendors (New Haven, CT): Immediate work available. Seeking qualified contractors to service REO properties in the Bridgeport/New Haven area. Duties include lawn maintenance, rekeying/changing locks; removing trash/debris, winterizing properties, perform lite/general repairs, etc. Get full details on how to apply for this property preservation job

National Property Preservation Company Seeks Subcontractors (Panama City, FL): Subcontractors must be able to provide the following services: lawn maintenance; eviction duties; trash and debris removal; cleaning to get property ready for resale/rental; tarping of roofs; boarding up of windows and doors; pool covering; etc. Must have excellent time management skills, as most jobs require a 24-48 hour turnaround time. Also need familiarity with HUD guidelines. Equipment needed: computer/laptop with internet access; digital camera. This is a 1099 (ie, non-employee) paid position. Get full details on how to apply for this property preservation job.

Regional Property Preservation Company Seeking Experienced Subcontractors (Philadelphia, PA): Seeking qualified vendors who can service vacant and tenant-occupied, bank-owned and foreclosed properties. Our firm is expanding and we seek experienced independent contractors who can perform the following duties, which include, but are not limited to: lawn maintenance; winterization; general handyman services; trashous; etc. Must have own general liability insurance. Get full details on how to apply for this property preservation job.

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Foreclosure Cleaning, Construction & Commercial Supply Contracting/Job Leads for 9/17/2012

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Property Preservation Contractors Needed (Maryland (All Areas)): Property preservation company seeks subcontractors to handle the following: lockbox installation; trash and debris removal; landscaping; general lawn maintenance; pool maintenance and boarding up; boarding up of windows and doors; general cleaning; etc.  Get full details on this property preservation job.

Property Preservation Contractors Needed (Baton Rouge, LA): Property preservation seeks dependable vendors to handle changing locks, boarding up of windows and doors; remove trash and debris; general lawn maintenance (grass cuts, etc.); perform lite home repair; etc. Get full details on this property preservation job.

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Property Preservation Contractors Needed (Ohio (Southwest)): Property preservation company that manages properties for several banks throughout the country seeking reliable contractors in southwestern Ohio to perform the following: rekey locks; lawn maintenance (eg, grass cuts, trimming hedges and shrubs, etc.); boarding up windows/doors; capping; etc. Must have digital camera as you will be required to take pictures – which will be uploaded via the internet — to demonstrate completion of work orders.  Also, must have or be willing to acquire Must have proper (foreclosure clean up) business insurance and be familiar with HUD guidelines (see section entitled, “Are You Familiar with HUD Guidelines?”). Get full details on this property preservation job.

Experienced Property Preservation Vendors Needed (Maine (from Aroostook to York)): Property preservation company that services vacant and tenant-occupied, foreclosed and bank-owned properties seeks reliable, experienced subcontractors to handle the following:  mowing grass, changing locks; foreclosure trashouts/cleanouts; winterization; general, lite maintenance/handyman type work. Must have the following: proper (foreclosure clean up) liability and errors and omissions insurance; valid driver’s license; reliable transportation; trade tools which include a gas-powered generator, compressor & lawn maintenance equipment; digital camera; and internet access. Get full details on this property preservation job.

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Foreclosure Cleaning, Construction & Commercial Supply Contracting/Job Leads for 8/14/2012

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FYI: See this post for some helpful info — Advice on Bidding for Foreclosure Cleaning and Other Lite Commercial/ Landscaping / Construction Type Jobs.

Property Preservation and REO Service Providers Needed (Orange County, CA): Expanding property preservation company seeks vendors in California, Nevada, and Hawaii who can provide all or some of the following property maintenance / REO services: winterization and de-winterization; foreclosure / eviction trash-outs; rekeying locks; property inspections; boarding up of windows, doors, pools; lawn maintenance, etc. Get full details on this property preservation job.

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Property Preservation Contractors Needed:  (McAlester, OK & Surrounding Areas): Mortgage field service provider seeks experienced REO / Prop Preservation Contractors within a 100-mile radius of McAlester. Duties include, but are not limited to: changing locks, winterization, trash and debris removal, lawn maintenance / grass cuts, etc. Must have own vehicle, as well as internet access, camera, printer and scanner. Get full details on this REO / property preservation job

Property Preservation Contractor Sought (Detroit, MI): Exp  property preservation vendors sought throughout metropolitan Detroit area. Experience is key, and the following services are needed: property securitization; removal of trash and debris; general cleaning; pool/window boarding (following HUD guidelines); lawn maintenance and landscaping; general home repairs; etc. Get full details on this property preservation job

Property Preservation Crews Needed: (San Antonio, TX): Seeking contractors to perform the following duties: lawn maintenance; hauling of trash and debris; winterization; board up of windows; rekeying locks; general interior cleaning; etc. Must have experience working within HUD / FHA guidelines. Test will be given to determine experience & knowledge level. Get full details on this property preservation job

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P.S.: Foreclosure Clean Up Job Leads: FYI, don’t forget to bookmark the site and come back for direct leads on foreclosure cleaning jobs, foreclosure cleaning contracts and foreclosure cleanup request for bids on jobs. Always look under the “Recent Posts” heading to find the latest job listings.

P.P.S.: Like this post? Follow Foreclosure Business News on Twitter.

Copyright ©2012 Yuwanda Black for Foreclosure Business News. Article may not be reprinted or reproduced in any manner without the express, written consent of the author.

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