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Saving the Distressed Homeowner: A View From the Homeowner’s and the Bank’s Side

Monday, June 3, 2013, 6:00 PM -- 9:00 PM

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Location: 2nd Floor Auditorium

Course ID: C06032013

Number of Sessions: 1

Credits: 3 NJ Credits: 1 Ethics; 2 Real Estate
3 NY Credits: 1 Ethics; 1 Skills; 1 PP; Transactional and Non-transactional

Course Description:

Since this program was first presented at NYCLA in 2009, the law relating to mortgage foreclosures and legal ways for distressed homeowner to save their investments has been evolving. The rules of the game for both homeowners and banks have changed, and the chances of reaching a settlement or obtaining relief from the courts have improved.

Join a panel of experts as they discuss strategies that really work for homeowners faced with the threat of foreclosure. Learn about the bank's perspective and the best ways to work with them.  Find
out how to get a deal done, court room techniques that prove effective, as well as how to use short sales and other tactics. This is one program that no real estate practitioner can afford to miss.





Faculty:

Moderator: Kevin McMullen, Esq.

Faculty: William J. Horan and Peter J. Wagner, Horan & Wagner, PC; Adam
Gross,
Gross, Polowy Orlans



 

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