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Blog Posts in June, 2012

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  • Whistleblowers in the Workplace
    Whistleblowers in the Workplace

    A whistleblower is an employee who complains or brings to an employer’s attention misconduct by the employer of health and safety violations, fraud against shareholders, and financial mismanagement. ...

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  • New Policy Extends Short Sale to Military Homeowners
    New Policy Extends Short Sale to Military Homeowners

    The FHFA directive recognizes PCS orders as hardships, qualifying military homeowners for short sales. Military members are often ordered to a Permanent Change of Station (PCS), forcing them to move ...

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  • Hardships & Expanded HAFA Eligibility
    Hardships & Expanded HAFA Eligibility

    When a homeowner is seeking to sell their home for less than what they owe on the property–a short sale–they usually have to submit a “hardship letter” explaining the reason they need to sell the home ...

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  • Be Careful: Is Your New Jersey Business Agreement an Enforceable Contract?
    Be Careful: Is Your New Jersey Business Agreement an Enforceable Contract?

    Most people think they understand contracts. They envision a 25-page document filled with legalese and spaces to initial and sign on every page. Terms are agreed to and everything is settled. Yet, it ...

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  • Borrowers Need Act to Take Advantage of New Federal Short Sale Guidelines
    Borrowers Need Act to Take Advantage of New Federal Short Sale Guidelines

    Since the housing crisis struck a few years ago, news about efforts to fix the problem and help homeowners makes headlines on a seemingly daily basis. It is easy to get overwhelmed by the information ...

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  • New Federal Short Sale Guidelines Now in Effect — Faster New Jersey Short Sales Coming
    New Federal Short Sale Guidelines Now in Effect — Faster New Jersey Short Sales Coming

    Although short sales have been on the rise, the notoriously long and uncertain nature of the process has led to a high failure rate. Through new guidelines designed to set clear expectations, federal ...

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