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Friday, November 02, 2007



For people who cannot afford their monthly payments and cannot refinance, and who owe more than their house is worth, a short sale may be the answer. More about short sales in a moment. Deed in lieu seems preferable. In deed in lieu, you deed your house to your mortgage lender and that ends the foreclosure process.

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