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Port Ewen : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Jul 13, 2015
clane answered:
This company will definitely be able to help you out. They did wonders for me.
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Tue Oct 14, 2014
R Wowaka answered:
the local papers print tide times. The Hudson has 2 lows & 2 highs in a 24 hour period. The tide changes approximately every 6 hours. There are also many websites that would give you the tides. Kingston tends to be the nearest location that is reported on. ... more
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Wed Jul 18, 2012
Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty answered:
First of they overlook the Hudson River, a gorgeous view! They have wonderful tennis courts, a pool, and the condos themselves have a wide-open floor plan and are finished with high-end materials. They're a wonderful place to live! If you'd like more information call our Kingston, NY office at 845-331-5357. ... more
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Sun Apr 10, 2011
Rudy McDowell answered:
Hi Marionkelly. Would like to help if I could but I don't know what you mean by "to port" your mortgage. Also, I don't know the US dollar equivalent of £58.000. Sorry. ... more
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Wed Jul 14, 2010
Dp2 answered:
I perform judgment acquisition and recovery. You do have a few options.

You could try to settle with that credit card company. Yet, if they already know that you're trying to refinance, then they might try to play some hardball sensing an opportunity for a pay-day relatively soon. Another option is to work with someone like me (a neutral third-party) who'd buy the judgment at a discount, and settle with you also at a discount (which you'll pay off before you close on the refinance). (We make the spread in between.) Another option is for you to work with a debt consolidator to help you to consolidate those 2 judgments into a single loan (for which you'll need to agree to go onto a payment plan), and they'll help you to remove those liens.

You could also ask them to agree to subjugate their lien behind any institutional financing (hence the refinance), or risk getting nothing at all if your lender forecloses on your property.

Keep in mind that each option has it's own set of caveats.
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