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Sun Jan 11, 2015
Dan Tabit answered:
Sylvia,
My friend Alan is on target. How "bad" is bad and what are you doing about it? If you are currently delinquent with several debts, no one is going to line up to be the next lender not getting paid. If you had an issue in your past, but have taken steps to resolve it, then maybe.
Credit can be repaired. This is not erasing the facts of your past, but replacing the bad past with a better present. Pay everyone on time, use credit but keep your balances low. Don't close any old accounts, just don't use them if you don't need them.
There are lenders who can assist with credit repair, ask around locally to find out if there is someone who can assist or direct you.
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Wed Jan 11, 2012
Marc White answered:
You listed no property address or link to the property listings. We would love to help, but need more information.
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Sat Aug 8, 2009
Diane Wheatley answered:
No. The bank or lender is under no obligation to halt foreclosure proceedings. Your agent must contact the lender to find out what their intentions are with the home, if any. Do they know there is an accepted offer to purchase contract yet? If your agent can't get to the bottom of this for you immediately then contact the listing agent yourself or the lender directly if possible. Someone dropped the ball and could very well cause you to lose your chance to purchase this home. I can only hope that someone cares enough to give you the answers you need now.

Diane Wheatley, Broker
diane@moveupproperties.com
(909) 815-4499
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