How does the bailout plan help the average working family who pays the mortgage ontime?
Answer: Consumer credit, credit cards, auto loans, mortgages, home equity lines of credit, etc. are funded by banks who make the loan then securitize and sell the debt in the Capital markets. If the capital markets freeze or in other words if the rest of the world and investors quit purchasing our debts as securities there will be no money to lend. This means when you go to the store and hand them your VISA Card with a credit limit of say $10,000 which has a current balance of $1,600 you should be able to purchase that new HDTV for $4,100 to watch football on but if capital markets freeze up there will be no money to fund the transaction. Even if you have been making all of your payments on time no money to lend means even if you pay your balance off monthly you will have no access to credit. This means we are back to a cash system and no one will be buying or selling homes, no one will be selling cars except for cash and you will in many cases be unable to even get your money from the bank because believe it or not your money is not sitting in the vault at your local bank. They probably lent it to a builder to build one of those homes which are not selling because they can't get financed. That is the short version. Answer: But the above only works if it works... If the bailout money gets sucked up by the corporate entities that created the problem the answer is "Oh well, can we get some more money to try it again?"
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Answer . \nthere is no data on the average person, so i will tell you what to look for at your appointment. They should present several plans to refinance your mortgage. …If they are a good broker they will have a no-fees plan that comes with a slightly higher intrest rate. The important thing is that you understand that they make money off of you saving money. If they are greedy your savings wont outweigh what they are making. They make money two ways, "on the front" and "on the back". They get "points" from the bank when they give you a higher intrest rate than the lowest possible rate. If they cannot convice you to go with the slightly higher rate, they will attempt to make up the difference in fees.
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is there some help to get a loan on are house value of 190,000.00 owe 120,000.00 and lost my job and this is where I grew up bought it from my father when he passed. I dont wa…nt to loose my house. Thank you Robert
The initial bailout plan was for nearly $700 billion. The latest stimulus package is another $250 billion The aim of the bailout plans, stimulus packages etc are to purchas…e bad assets, reduce uncertainty regarding the worth of the remaining assets, and restore confidence in the credit markets. Below are some reasons for such packages: 1. To Stabilize the economy 2. Improve Liquidity 3. Improve Investor Confidence 4. Reduce the impact of the financial crisis on the US Economy and GDP.
Yes. the bailout plan can be considered a kind of trade off. This plan can be described as a risky investment, as opposed to an expense. The MBS (Mortgage Backed Securities…) within the scope of the purchase program have rights to the cash flows from the underlying mortgages. As such, the initial outflow of government funds to purchase the MBS would be offset by ongoing cash inflows represented by the monthly mortgage payments. Further, the government eventually may be able to sell the assets, though whether at a gain or loss will be known only in future. so the trade off is between the risk that the government and the Fed is taking and the rewards that the economy might get out of it.
They voted on the bailout plan just like any bill passed by the government. When the Bill was initially introduced, it had been rejected by the US Senate on Sep 29th 2008. …It was then amended and approved by the US Senate on Oct 3rd 2008. President Bush signed the bill into law within hours of its enactment, creating a $700 billion Troubled Assets Relief Program to purchase failing bank assets.. Without majority in the house the bailout would not have come into existence
The latest "bailout" is the automotive bailout of the Big Three automakers, Ford, GM, and Chrysler. Legislation was introduced on Dec. 8th.
The Team would identify the companies that need help and purchase illiquid securities from them (Mortgage backed securities, Collateralized debt obligations etc) Buy purcha…sing these, the FED would be inducing liquidity into the market using which those companies can carry on their business. This would induce a chain reaction and help stabilize the economy.
Making less then 100K a year, mortgage can be paid off by age 32...
minus the 50 and you got $700 million because the legislature didn't want to go pass it.
You can apply for Income Support for Mortgage Intrest (ISMI) by filling out the form MI 20 which you will get from the Benefits Agency. Your mortgage lender will have to compl…ete part of the form. The government runs something called a Mortgage Interest Direct Scheme which allows lenders to receive the mortgage interest payments from the government directly. This can only be claimed after 13 weeks of unemployment. Not all mortgage lenders participate in it, however. If yours doesn't, you will receive the money with your benefit payments instead.
Ive been off sick with an accident to your back at work your money has gone to half pay would you and your husband be able to get help with our mortgage?
Except for the accident (my spinal problems are disease related), I've been in this situation, and there aren't any easy options, particularly in the current economic climate.… In my case, I had pretty much stopped working about 2 months prior to my 2nd spinal operation in 1999. It was another year before my disability retirement was approved, and as such, we only had my wife's income to sustain us, along with what little family and friends could help us with. Creditors have no sympathy or heart - all they care about is getting their minimum each month. You can try credit counseling, but in the end if you look at the numbers, it takes years and the reduction usually isn't enough to help you anyway. For us, it got to the point where we were left with only one option, and that was bankruptcy. A lot of people don't want to do it, and we were no exception. But it allowed us to keep our house, cars, assets, and erase our other debts so we could at least have a chance at living. And as far as the credit stigma, they were sending me credit card applications within 6 months. I haven't accepted one in 12 years. Keep in mind that if you can always get an equity loan on your house as well, and if you do it in conjunction with a mortgage refinance (especially given today's rates), you could get the cushion you need to keep going without filing. But in the end, you need to really consider your overall financial position, and if it means losing your house or your pride, pride should always come first. You need to always consider all options, no matter how distasteful they might seem.
How can a mortgage company get away with changing their mind on a loan re-mod after paying loyally each month ontime for over 3 years and demand repayment in full then foreclose 2 weeks later?
If you were indeed paying all the monthly installements on time then they can not get away with it as you will have kept the agreement you made - if this is the case go an…d see an attourny (lawyer). However is you have not kept up the payments propery (you seem to want to re-mod the load for some reason) then perhaps you have broken the agreement - again go and see an attourny (lawyer) for advice regarding your rights.
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The average pay for refinance mortgage leads varies between regions. The best way to receive a definitive answer is to speak with a financial consultation or a banking advisor….
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Additional income is the best answer to paying off a mortgage faster. Also, renegotiating with their lender for a better interest rate or shorter pay off period is a way to g…o.