Blogger Stacey Margo writes about letting go of the past.
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Attorney James McCarthy advises readers on whether baseball teams are liable for injuries.
Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Lisa Loper of the Scott Loper Team explains the value of a 3rd party negotiator when purchasing a short sale.
A 3rd party negotiator can be invaluable to the success of a short sale. Good 3rd party negotiators have established relationships with many banks. They know the in’s and out’s of how to best handle each individual short sale which is unique with respect to the seller’s situation and their bank’s requirements. The process gets even more complex when there are two loans (a first mortgage and a second mortgage) with two different banks. While the seller’s agent may be able to negotiate directly with the bank, a good 3rd party negotiator who specializes in short sales will often produce the best results for the buyer (i.e. approval at the most favorable terms and in the shortest amount of time). Considering that a real estate agent may …
Tuesday, August 9, 2011
Healthy foods don't have to cost a fortune! Try making small adjustments to your shopping and cooking habits to save a bunch.
Eating a healthy diet doesn’t have to cost a fortune. It takes time to plan and prepare meals, but you can save a lot of money and still eat well with a little extra effort. Don’t be fooled into thinking that you have to spend tons of money on “health” food at the grocery store. If you know what to look for, and you go into it with a plan, you will probably end up spending less than if you tackle your shopping trip without any direction. Here a few things to think about: • Many generic foods are exactly the same as the name-brand varieties, but may cost a lot less. Read the labels to compare ingredients between generic and name-brand products, and you will be surprised! • Fresh fruits and vegetables don’t have to be expensive; buy these …