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The mortgage debt relief act is scheduled to expire at the end of 2013. If you are upside down on your condo (owe more than it is worth), now is the time to consider a short sale. *(see note below)
When you sell your condo at a loss, and the remaining loan is forgiven by your lender, the IRS will not tax this “cancellation” of debt. A short sale prior to the end of 2012 could ultimately save you thousands of dollars.
*IMPORTANT NOTE: Extended through 2013 as part of the “fiscal cliff” package...
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AAR Introduces Four New Forms to Assist With Dodd-Frank Act Compliance - (Jan, 2014)
>Seller provides financing for one property in any 12 month period.
>Seller provides financing for three or fewer properties in any 12 mo period.
>Seller financing not secured by dwelling
>Loan assumption addendum
Should I get a home warranty? The standard home warranty is a one-year service contract that protects a resale home buyer or current homeowner against the cost of unexpected repairs or replacement of major systems and appliances that break down due to normal usage. Coverage is also available to home sellers during the listing and escrow period.