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Simple Real Estate Terminologies Defined

Posted by Wendy Poltorek // March 6, 2019 // Blog / Cleveland / Featured / Real Estate Investment // Agent or Realtor / Appreciation / Creditor / Depreciation / Earnest Money / Equity / Escrow / foreclosure / Guarantor / house flipping / Inspection / Interest / investor / Lease / Loan / Mortgage / real estate terminologies / Title Deed

Real Estate Terminologies Defined

Whether you’re an investor, an agent, a home buyer or seller, or simply a property owner who wanted to get into the real estate industry, there is a need to a minimum understanding of the most important terms in this business – the real estate terminologies.   Though every industry has its own jargon, real estate business is […]


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2019 Foreclosure Help & Foreclosure Protection in Ohio

Posted by Wendy Poltorek // January 23, 2019 // Avoiding Foreclosure / Blog / Cleveland / Featured / Selling Your House Fast / We Can Buy Your House // distressed property owner / foreclosure / foreclosure proceedings / foreclosure protection in Ohio / prevent foreclosure / sell your house

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Closing houses or properties of certain individuals who are not able to pay their mortgage are called Foreclosures.  It takes an average of 8 months in Ohio to foreclose on a property, roughly six months longer than the national average, according to real estate data firm RealtyTrac Inc. This article would discuss issues on foreclosure […]


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Foreclosure Laws in Ohio: What Does “Foreclosure Eligible for Mediation” Mean?

Posted by Wendy Poltorek // June 22, 2016 // Avoiding Foreclosure / Blog / Cleveland // avoiding foreclosure / avoiding foreclosures / eligible for mediation / foreclosure / foreclosure laws / foreclosure laws in ohio / foreclosure mediation / foreclosures / mediation

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In the state of Ohio, homeowners are fortunate to have specific foreclosure laws in Ohio that allow provisions for mediation. Bordered within the scope of foreclosure laws in Ohio, a program was created by Chief Justice Thomas Moyer allowing distressed homeowners to have alternate solutions for their impending foreclosure problems.  This was called the “Foreclosure Mediation […]


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Know The Truth: Can Bankruptcy Stop A Foreclosure?

Posted by Wendy Poltorek // December 24, 2015 // Avoiding Foreclosure / Blog / Cleveland // avoiding foreclosure / bankruptcy / can bankruptcy stop a foreclosure / foreclosure

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You may be experiencing some pressure when it comes to the bills you need to pay. Living expenses are on the rise, and if you’re constantly putting all of your income towards paying the bills and supporting your family, there may not be any left for other personal wants or needs. You may not be […]


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Avoiding Foreclosure: Evaluating Your Options

Posted by Wendy Poltorek // December 23, 2015 // Avoiding Foreclosure / Blog / Cleveland / We Can Buy Your House // avoid foreclosure / avoiding foreclosure / foreclosure / foreclosures in Ohio

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For those who are dealing with or are avoiding foreclosure, there are a few different things you can do to get back on track. Not every option is right for everyone, and you should be aware of the options that are plausible for your situation. Each circumstance is distinctive, and should be evaluated by an […]


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Foreclosure Laws in Florida

Posted by Wendy Poltorek // October 14, 2015 // Avoiding Foreclosure / Blog / Real Estate Investment / We Can Buy Your House // foreclosure / foreclosure laws in florida / pre-foreclosures

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Do you reside in the state of Florida? Are you struggling with your foreclosure?  Are you aware of the foreclosure laws that you must abide to in this state? Residents of Florida must be aware that foreclosure is judicial, which means that any settlement, lawsuit or complaint filed against any homeowners by the lenders will […]


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The Pros and Cons of Buying a Foreclosed Home

Posted by Wendy Poltorek // October 1, 2015 // Blog / Cleveland / Real Estate Investment / We Can Buy Your House // foreclosed home / foreclosure / investor / pre-foreclosures

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Here at CPD Homes, we have extensive experience in buying and selling foreclosed homes in Florida and Ohio. It is important to know that there are generally two types of foreclosed homes available on the market: pre-foreclosures and foreclosed homes. Pre-foreclosures are houses in danger of being foreclosed on and the homeowner may still be […]


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Foreclosure: Know Your Options

Posted by Wendy Poltorek // August 19, 2015 // Avoiding Foreclosure / Blog / Cleveland // avoid foreclosure / avoiding foreclosure / foreclosure / foreclosure in Ohio

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Each state has their own foreclosure laws and it varies.  Before we proceed, let us first try to understand what foreclosure is.  According to Wikipedia, Foreclosure is a legal process in which a lender attempts to recover the balance of a loan from a borrower who has stopped making payments to the lender by forcing the sale of the asset […]


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Avoid Foreclosure – Your Options

Posted by Wendy Poltorek // February 25, 2015 // Avoiding Foreclosure / Blog / Cleveland // avoid foreclosure / avoiding foreclosure / foreclosure

When you have put years of hard work and dedication into ensuring that you are making payments on a property, there is nothing worse than reaching the point of falling behind and having to feel that you are going to lose what you worked so hard for. Losing a home might something that you have […]


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The Foreclosure Timeline

Posted by Wendy Poltorek // January 29, 2015 // Avoiding Foreclosure / Blog / Cleveland / Featured // avoiding foreclosure / foreclosure / foreclosure in Florida / foreclosure in Ohio

The foreclosure timeline is the period of time that you have for a foreclosure notice to be executed. This timeline differs from one state to another with some having laws that delay the execution of these foreclosure notices. The timeline also depends on the type of foreclosure. Judicial foreclosure generally takes longer than non-judicial foreclosure […]


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