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Derekincolorado answered:
Tork LLC. Credit Solutions helps people removed negative information, including judgments. We correspond with the credit agencies and try to remove it, based on the statute of limitations. The Quickest way to remove collections from your credit history is to appeal directly to the collections agency or appeal through credit repair agents that find a loop hole in credit law to get it off your credit report.Hope this helps,

Dustyn Wyman
TORK LLC.
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Julie Andaloro asked:
condo 2 bed, 1.5 bath rooms,
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Debby Foster answered:
Well, it seems to be a common practice with BAC. I filed bankruptcy in 2011 on my CountryWide mortgage, and in 2012, they sued me! BAC has had 4 different law firms handling this mess over the last 5 years. In the process, they even took the lien off the home I mortgaged and placed it on my "Free & Clear" homestead! Since 2014 tax deeds have been sold on the Mortgaged property, they placed forced insurance on my Free & clear home! Now in another twist of events, over a conference call, have offered me Cash for Keys? All I can say, is Pray, Pray, Pray, keep great records, hire a "Land Attorney" and Pray some more! They have harassed me over the last 5 years with horrible "Property Inspectors"! I even have police reports to prove most of them! They have broke several laws and as such are now legally responsible for all of my attorney fees! This is not over yet, so I have no real advice, except to get an attorney! Good Luck and I'll be praying for everyone that is being harmed by BAC! ... more
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Julie Andaloro asked:
I want to find condo, townhouse
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Scott Godzyk answered:
You may need to get a lawyer. Buying a fsbo can be hard enough, but if no one is looking out for you, a lawyer can write your offer and review your contracts. But you will be on your own to figure out what it is worth to know what to offer, for the inspection, if anything is found bad and to complete your mortgage process. It is often cheaper for a buyer broker who can do it all and get paid by the seller. ... more
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Wmsevene answered:
Can I sell a house for 190.000 if appraisal was 145.000
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Jan Shoebridge answered:
looking to see where I can get listings on houses for sale land contrct
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Scott Godzyk answered:
As an agent, you can go in and edit your listings. Make sure you have an agent account, click on your name upper right, go to listings and edit. To reach Trulia scroll to bottom right and click on help center ... more
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Scott Godzyk answered:
There are no good leads that you have to pay for. Best bet is to generate your own. I used to use Trulia blogs and when they got bought out they closed it, now I use Active Rain blogs to generate my own leads, i put a free link below to sign up. After referrals the most leads i get come from my blog. ... more
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