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5212 4th Street Northwest, Albuquerque, NM 87107

New Mexico

Albuquerque

3008 N Main Street, Roswell, NM 88201

New Mexico

Roswell

402 1 2 1st Street, Alamogordo, NM 88310

New Mexico

Alamogordo

1721 S 2nd Street, Gallup, NM 87301

New Mexico

Gallup

5009 Menaul Boulevard Northeast, Albuquerque, NM 87110

New Mexico

Albuquerque

516 1st St, Alamogordo, NM 88310

New Mexico

Alamogordo

600 S Main Street, Roswell, NM 88203

New Mexico

Roswell

333 San Mateo Boulevard Southeast, Albuquerque, NM 87108

New Mexico

Albuquerque

1110 Highway 491 No. A, Gallup, NM 87301

New Mexico

Gallup

815 N Highway 666, Gallup, NM 87301

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Gallup


Frequently asked questions about loans in new mexico

  • My house is currently in foreclosure. Ive talked to the lenders Countrywide and they suggested I do a short sale. They said to try to sell it at a price comparable to what other houses in the neighborhood sell for. They said if it doesnt sell for that then keep lowering the price. If that happens am I going to have to pay the remainder on it? Would it just be better to let it stay on foreclosure?
  • A short sale is your best option at this point (short of getting the loan current). A short sale is also much less damaging to your credit than a full fledged foreclosure (or even a deed-in-lieu of foreclosure). Make sure that the short sale paperwork says that you aren't responsible for the difference. Many times a short sale means that the lender agrees that this reduced amount satisfies the mortgage completely. In a full foreclosure, you don't necessarily get the same kind of protection and can owe the difference between what was owed (plus fees) and what the home sold for. There is also an outside chance that you could get a 1099 (which is a tax form) that counts the difference between what you owed and what the house sold for as TAXABLE income to you. Find out if they do that... good luck!
  • Both a short sale and a foreclosure are going to trash your credit score. A short sale is easier for the lender, since you do the work of finding a buyer for the property and the lender merely approves or rejects the offers tendered. If you have other assets of strong value, the lender may come after you for the shortfall involved. It's the lender's call. They can do that with either a foreclosure or short sale.
  • Foreclosure does a lot of damage to your credit score. On your future mortgage application you have to report that you had lost a home in foreclosure. It will limit your chances of getting a new loan for nearly 7 yrs. So short sale is better, as I had read in an article that banks while evaluating a borrower who had a short sale or foreclosure in his past would probably give slight edge to the short sale.
  • I want to go into film making and have offers from the Montana State and New Mexico State film programs. I'm still a long way away from getting student loans and such, but when it comes down to it, which school should I go to for the better film education and placement after college? Any suggestions? PS. I did not get into USC or UCLA I'm afraid, they both rejected me, so question is which is better of these two, not which overall film school I should be looking at. Plus I don't want an answer telling me not to "waste my time" at film school. I just want to know Montana or New Mexico and why.
  • New Mexico is even worse than Montana. Both "film" schools crank out a lot of graduates who have ABSOLUTELY NO HOPE of ever establishing careers in the Film Industry. Graduates typically either NEVER find a job in the film industry or intermittently get pathetic low-pay dead-end gofer jobs for a while until they finally give up and start working for Taco Bell. This is the ugly reality of the Film School business. Most of them should be shut down.
  • I had a contract with a company were i had a local branch, Im responsable for all branch expenses. I closed a loan according to compliance guidelines and according to my contract. After we closed the loan the main company terminated my contract... Two days later my commision check was ready, so I depsosited it in my branch account and proceeded to use my commisions.. The corp office has not done anything yet, what can they do and how much trouble can I be in? the check was for 9500.00
  • If you closed the contract by everything you had put into the contract then I would think you would be okay...call Ron Bell or Keller and Keller..alot of time they can give you advise for free...I'm from Albuquerque
  • Okay, I realize what I did was stupid... now. I started a business in the beginning of the year. I started the business hoping to get a loan but I wasn't able to. Now I am saving (got a nice egg saved for it) but not enough to actually run my business. What form do I fill out for Taxes even though I never bought or sold anything and what forms will I need to fill out to close the LLC. Once i have the money I will reopen it.
  • Hello every one, My name is Mrs Rose Smith I live here in USA and i am talking as the happiest person in the whole wild world today and i told my self that any lender that rescue my family from our poor situation, i will tell the name to the whole wild world and i am so happy to say that my family is back for good because i was in need a loan of $58,000 USD to start my life all over as i am a single mum with 2 kids and the whole world seemed like it was hanging on me until i met the GOD sent loan lender that changed my life and that of my family, a GOD fearing lender,Mr Steve Davidson Of Davidson loan financial Incorporated, he was the savior GOD sent to rescue my family and at first i thought it was not going to be possible until i received my loan of $58,000 US dollars and i will advise any one who is in genuine need of a loan to contact Mr Steve Davidson via stevedavidsonloan32@yahoo.com OR stevedavidsonloan@live.com because he is the most understanding and kind heated lender i am posting this message in yahoo answers every day in order to express my ever lasting gratitude to Mr Steve Davidson
  • If you're dwelling external of the US, that is an convenient query. As lengthy as you're bodily external of the US 330+ days in a 12 month interval, your first $ninety one,500 (in 2009) is tax loose revenue. Plus you get a housing allowance as good. As lengthy as your whole revenue does now not exceed that, you haven't any taxes to pay. You will must fill a tax go back each yr regardless that despite the fact that you owe not anything.
  • For this see http://helpkorner.com I hope that resolves your problem. answers.yahoo.com also helped me.
  • The University of Nevada participates in the federal student loan program. These loans require no credit check, no cosigner, and have pretty good interest rates and repayment terms. You apply for these loans by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) which is available on line at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov.
  • Hello Everybody, My name is Mrs Anita Brown and i live in the CANADA , life is worth living right now for me and my family and all this is because of one man sent by GOD to help me and my family, i once had a life filled with sorrow because my first daughter needed a kidney transplant and all our savings were going towards her medications and this normally leaves us with no money to pay our bills or even put enough food on our table and our rent was due and no funds to pay these bills and life felt so unfair to me and every night my daughter will cry herself to sleep every night until one day, i was browsing through yahoo answers and i saw a striking advert of a man that gives out personal loans and that the offer is opened to all and i have heard so many things about internet scams but at this point of my life, i was very desperate and ready to take any risk and at the end of the day, i applied for this loan and from one step to another, i got my loan within 48 hours through bank transfer and you know, it was all like a dream and i called Mr Steve Davidson who is the GOD sent lender i found and said, i have received my loan and he smiled stating that to GOD be the glory and i was so shocked as i have never ever seen anyone with such a GOD fearing and kind heart and today, i am the happiest Woman on earth because by GOD'S grace, my daughter kidney transplant was successful and today she is healthy and i and my family are living very comfortable and happy and if you are in my former situation or is in serious and legitimate need of a loan, you can reach this GOD sent lender via davidsonsteve11@yahoo.com
  • After you miss about 3 payments, a Notice of Default will be filed, which some people call the "pre-foreclosure notice." This is the bank's official notice that they are initiating the foreclosure and it is filed with the court, so it is public information you are defaulting on your mortgage. Do not ignore communication with your lender, try to work out a loan modification if you can.
  • The foreclosure process is a standard process with the same time line nation wide. Once you don't pay the first month your considered a pre-foreclosure. You will receive calls immediately from the mortgage collector. I would say that the real process starts after the 3rd month. Many home owners that are in foreclosure have been in their house longer, some up to an year. The foreclosure processes can be timely.
  • This is a coverage query made up our minds through your lender. Generally, 3 is the ordinary quantity earlier than they begin foreclosures court cases. Your lender might tighten up the insurance policies in mild of the present meltdown within the subprime marketplace. If you're having a main issue, name the lender and speak about a few partial repayments - do not forget about the lender. If I lend you cash and also you forget about your duty I will transfer firmly to preserve my pursuits, specially if you do not converse with me. If you touch me and check out to make preparations I will attempt to hold my manage you for the reason that a foreclosures bills me plenty. Additionally I do not desire to have a top foreclosures price for the reason that it makes my lending industry appear like its run through a official incompetent.
  • I am including the New Mexico foreclosure statutes; however, I don't know of any state that has a number of days you must be delinquent. This is usually addressed in the note and probably says 30 days. In reality, because of the cost of filing court docs, they are probably not going to start until 90 days.
  • Legally...just one. But most lenders will wait until your 3-4 months behind.
  • depends on the lender.
  • I had a contract with a company were i had a local branch, Im responsable for all branch expenses. I closed a loan according to compliance guidelines and according to my contract. After we closed the loan the main company terminated my contract... Two days later my commision check was ready, so I depsosited it in my branch account and proceeded to use my commisions.. The corp office has not done anything yet, what can they do and how much trouble can I be in? the check was for 9500.00
  • just go to them and tell them the misunderstanding...
  • They're spending $500,000,000 to open a plant right in the middle of Mexico. If they hadn't just been given billions of dollars in bailouts and loans, then I wouldn't have a problem with it. Taxpayer money shouldn't be going to stimulating Mexico's economy... I wonder if Obama will count these jobs in his magical "saved or created" numbers?
  • Well, first of all the Plant to be opened in Mexico is to build "Compact" and "Subcompacts". Which it means they are intended for the Mexican Domestic Market and exports to Central and South America. The cars that GM were promoting in these markets were part of the family of the Beuatiful Opel Corsa. Since the sale of Opel is still on the table to repay American Taxpayers, GM needs to ramp up the ugly Aveo which is the most likely candidate along witht the Chevrolet Spark to be made in the Mexico Plant in question. If you don't trade your Corsa Market Share for an Aveo/Spark Market Share, you risk not just selling the Opel Plants but also the Market attached to it. So if you ask me the Mexican Consumer got a bad deal. The Opel Corsa is a great car. In addition, you may not know, but... Mexicans bought in 2009 per person from America: $1,159 USD Americans bought in 2009 per person from Mexico: $570 USD.
  • Remember.. when Obama said the stimulus would create or save 100,million billion trillion jobs, he never ever, not once said AMERICAN jobs. Fooled all your azzzes.. didn't he. LOL... I just made my 2nd million dollars selling Obama bumper sticker removal kits. No fears, I have a list of those who purchased the kits and the names of those that voted for this donkey will be released at the right time.
  • If this is true, then great. Then may be less Mexicans would cross over and the Republicans would stop nagging. What do you expect? Do you like to see all Mexicans starve to death?
  • American employees are too expensive, even Harley is looking to move to a cheaper place.
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