"I just wanted to thank you for the tremendous job you did on my closing. Your determination, tenacity, knowledge and professionalism were remarkable. I will highly recommend you to anyone I encounter who is in need of a closing attorney. You are the BEST!!! Once again, thank you for all your help. You are an … Continue reading NEW 5 STAR REVIEW!!
"We truly appreciate your assistance in the legal paperwork of the sale of the property. Thank you for your knowledge, professionalism and consistency with the process." -Yolanda C.
Inside the 654 page bill recently signed into law are little noticed extensions of tax code benefits that expired in 2016 and can be used in upcoming 2017 filings - IF YOU ARE AWARE OF THEM! 1) Congress first authorized tax deductions for mortgage insurance premiums more than a decade ago, but legal authority for the … Continue reading Extensions buried in the newly passed tax law
"Beth Mann office handled the closing of my home. It was a very pleasant experience. They were professional and very responsive throughout the entire process. I will definitely recommend them to my friends and family. 5/5 stars" -Don S.
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The government’s Making Home Affordable Program, which included the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) and the Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternatives Program (HAFA), was developed in 2009 to help homeowners avoid foreclosure, stabilize the housing market, and improve the overall economy. Unfortunately, the HAMP program has stopped accepting new applications and servicers stopped offering HAFA … Continue reading Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternatives expire 2018
You may not be so happy when the 10th birthday is approaching for your home equity line of credit, or HELOC. If you still owe money on it, you might soon see a spike in your minimum monthly payments. But you can delay the payment increase by refinancing the loan. A home equity line of … Continue reading 3 ways (and 1 reason) to refinance a HELOC by Poonkulali Thangavelu