Banks have their backs against the wall

Okay real estate fans! I think this is it. I’m finally back writing my blog. I realize it’s been a long time in coming but I finally placed you on my schedule at 9:45 AM every morning. Okay, now it’s 9:58 AM and I spent the last 13 minutes thinking of a good excuse to tell you why I haven’t been writing the blog all this time. Unfortunately there’s no time for my excuse because I got to be finished by nine o’clock, so I’ll make this quick.
Right now the banks have got their backs against the wall. They’ve already admitted that they haven’t got the first idea as to who owns the loan. Nevertheless, they’re marching into court to sue for foreclosure without correct or proper information. If you or your attorney will merely question them on the right facts, they will be unable to document their rights to sue you.
Don’t forget this; never forget this, only the owner of the loan has the right to recover money from you. If you can’t work it out with your bank. There still may be hope for you. Here’s a big tip: look for a lawyer who will fight! There are many lawyers who will only try and work out a short sale for your property. This provides you with no advantage. If you want to stay in the house as long as possible, you need a lawyer who will fight to keep you in there as long as possible. And if you want to keep the property you need a lawyer will fight to win and not to delay. Check back here often, and I’ll be updating. I’m also going back to article writing, so you can look for me in new articles there.
There’s a lot going on in real estate right now! If you don’t take advantage of it now you will miss it! If you are in a buying mode right now, this may be the best market you’re going to see again in your lifetime. If you want a lot more information on buying and selling, you will can look me up on Facebook and become a fan or contact me via my website