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Orange County Loan Modification you can TRUST

Posted on May 31, 2011. Filed under: First Time Buyer help |

Loan Modification You Can Trust
I say that you can trust because of the following four reasons.
 
… Our Results
80% Success with all clients.
9 out of 10 of these — we negotiated a 2% rate.
99% success rate for the self employed.
The 20% we are unsuccessful are due to income loss/changes for W2 applicants.
 
… Our Non-profit Status
Law changes now require all Modification Entities to be a Non-profit.
We started the process to change to a Non-profit two years ago.
Now, the people of the state of California officially own the company.
 
… Our Experience
We have modification experience with all the major lenders since 2007.
We know the modification guidelines require for success.
Our process will stop the foreclosure sale of the property.
 
…Our References
Hearing from a past client is one of the best methods of building comfort to trust a company.
We hope you take time to look at our website at www.theascentnetwork.org.
There at the website you can read many statements sent to us by past clients.
 
 
Here’s The Problem Many Homeowners Face
·         1 out of 3 homeowners are in trouble making their mortgage payments.
·         99% of homeowners are unsuccessful to negotiate a modification directly with their lender.
·         Many have sleepless nights worrying about whether they will lose their home.
·         Being self-employed, the tax return income is not enough to qualify for a refinance.
 
 
And, The Solution We Offer
·         90% of our successful cases start with a 2% rate over 40 years.
·         Security to keep your home while we work on your modification.
·         We negotiate deferment of outstanding payments due on the loan.
·         During your modification process financial breathing room is created.
·         Our fee is only $1595 of which $100 is not due until we are successful.
 
 
Most of our clients see in a new payment structure.
 
Loan Amount                                 Payment
$300,000                                            $600
$400,000                                            $900
$500,000                                            $1200
$600,000                                            $1500
 
 
These payments are usually half of what are currently being paid by most. There has never been a loan available that is this good for the very best of qualifying people.

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Home Grown Tips For Landscaping Green

Posted on May 31, 2011. Filed under: First Time Buyer help, Home Improvement Ideas, Orange County Home Improvement, Orange County Real Estate | Tags: |

Alright, you’ve decided to enhance the value and the beauty of your Orange County home with some first-rate landscaping. In preparation, you’ve no doubt pondered issues like space, style, and plant choice until your head hurts. But have you stopped to consider the environmental impact of your home improvement  project? The good news is that you can boost the beauty of your home and help keep our planet green simply by considering factors like water use, runoff, and sustainability in your landscaping strategy.

How Green is Your Roof?

One good way to score high points in these areas is by growing native fruits and veggies on your property. Indigenous plants already fit perfectly into the ecosystem. Since this type of foliage naturally belongs in the region, it requires less irrigation and less pest control than your average outsider. To save even more precious H2O, group together all plants with similar irrigation needs.  Plants that drink together, save water together.

You’ll also want to retain the maximum amount of natural landscaping. Keeping an abundance of native plant life in place does wonders to minimize runoff.

On the fertilizing front, composting is an effective, eco-friendly way to liven up your soil.  Check out Home Depot. They offer an excellent selection of easy composting solutions that will jump start your future of fertilizing.

OK. That’s it from this end of the planet. Does anyone else out there have some eco-friendly landscaping suggestions? We’d love to hear about them. Just fire off your ideas below. Or tweet @weeksteam with #green.

And be sure to reach out to us if you have any questions. You can connect with our green team at 949.338.7408 or  angie@askangie.com,  @AngieWeeks or @WeeksTeam.

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