We previously talked about Forbearance as an option for anyone negatively impacted because of COVID-19. Forbearance is one of the most common options for those who cannot make their mortgage payments on time. Typically, once a loan is out of the agreed timeframe of forbearance, the borrower is expected to pay a “balloon payment,” or …
Stewart Hunter, Benchmark Founding Partner, shares his personal advice for you if you are considering mortgage forbearance. From the risks of forbearance to alternative solutions, Benchmark Mortgage is dedicated to helping you gets serious about how today’s decision can affect your future.
Our nation’s military families make a lot of sacrifices for our country. The Department of Defense designated the month of April in 1986 as ‘The Month of the Military Child’ to commend the sacrifices and devoted support of service members’ children. There are over one million active-duty dependent children living worldwide. These military children are …
In a mortgage forbearance agreement, the lender agrees not to foreclose on a mortgage, and the borrower agrees to a plan that will result in a temporary adjustment to provide relief, and to pay the balance to be current with the original payment plan.
Your knowledge, leadership, and ability to adapt quickly are all being tested. Master these tips to surge to the top of your client's minds when they go to recommend an expert. Here is Part 1 of our Client First video series: Understanding Market Issues.
Special measures have been taken to help account for challenges facing the real estate market due to COVID-19. Here are the temporary flexibilities in place to facility the continuation of transactions for buyers.
How to be the professional that clients need during times of uncertainty. This is the introductory video to a series aimed at helping empower you to be a force for good in your market. When uncertainty abounds, be the voice of calm confidence.