How much Time do I have from Feb, 2009 till Sept 10, 2011 and allthis time you could modify

How Much time do I have
Event Name Start Date End Date Category Notes Source
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First payment default Feb 01 2009 May 01 2009 Free time Lender will let you go this far
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Send RESPA accounting letter Apr 03 2009 Jun 03 2009 Negotiation period
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Send Hardship ask for modification Jun 05 2009 Jun 10 2009 Negotiation period Lender Makes offer if reasonable accept if not Rescind loan
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Send Recision letter Jun 12 2009 Jun 30 2009 Negotiation period They have by law 20 days to rescind
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File Chapter 13 Jul 03 2009 Sep 04 2009 Stay Period Initial Filing 30 days then fail to make payments Case gets dismissed about 90 days
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File Lawsuit and lis Pend against Lender Oct 12 2009 Jul 01 2010 Trial Period Discovery demur settlement Dismissal Removal to Federal court
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Notice of default Jul 09 2010 Nov 09 2010 Default Period
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File Chapter 13 Nov 04 2010 Feb 04 2011 Stay Period
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Trustee Sale period Feb 28 2011 Mar 24 2011 Default Period
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3/60 Day Notice to Vacate Apr 03 2011 Jun 04 2011 Default Period
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Fight Eviction 90 days Jun 10 2011 Sep 10 2011 Default Period
howmuchtime

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5 Responses to “How much Time do I have from Feb, 2009 till Sept 10, 2011 and allthis time you could modify”

  1. d January 10, 2009 at 8:36 pm #

    this is quite interesting and actually sounds worth while trying or doing – seems to offer quite a bit of time just to mess with their heads – but, would certainly like to know there is some assurance during the process to BEAT these B’s at their own game! Wadda think?

  2. S. Whit January 21, 2009 at 12:38 am #

    What is the timeframe from when I received a foreclosure notice to file a TILA?

  3. Delia Aguilar May 31, 2009 at 9:33 am #

    Dear Mr. Timothy McCandless:

    Thank you! Thank you!, Thank you! so much for standing up to the Pittsburg Superior Court in the Contra Costa County. The homeowners you represented last Friday, were amazed and impressed on how you stood up and fearlessly faught for their rights.

    This court has been ordering evictions like traffic tickets and treating homeowners as if we are the criminals.

    Again, Thank You Mr. McCandless
    From Contra Costa County, CA

  4. Steve June 27, 2009 at 9:07 am #

    Wanting to sue lender. It’s been three months and no reply from lender on mortgage audit. 4 months behind and no N.O.D. With no current employment and life savings invested in home, my realtor is trying to negotiate short sale that I can sue later. I feel the home is the last poker chip on the table. I have the first form from my realtor stating I agree with the short sale. After that, then what? My agent and lender sale and kick me out? I intend to secure an attorney but don’t want to get involved in some over priced monthly fee payment to the attorney. What to do?

  5. Emile Betteridge December 8, 2010 at 10:22 am #

    Your article is really the best when it comes to this subject. I agree with your views and I look forward to your new posts. Good job you got there and I’m hoping much success in your business efforts! Take care.

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