Great Pioneer Home Buyers, LLC

A builder will typically have a preferred lender and will even offer incentives to ensure a buyer works with that lender. This reassures them that the buyer is a good credit risk. However, the smartest thing you can do is to shop around and find the best loan that works for you and your situation. Your agent can help you with your search by exercising their Rolodex of connections, partnering you with only the most reputable of lenders and letting you compare rates. At the end of the day, you will need to find the best loan for you and not for the builder—an agent is a great resource to rely on.

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Year Established: 2000

Great Pioneer Home Buyers, LLC
Address: 46-09 Little Neck Pkwy, Flushing, NY 11362, United State
Phone: (646) 897-8912

Hours:
Mon: 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Tue: 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Wed: 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Thu: 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Fri: 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Sat: 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Sun: Closed

Max Equity Loan, Inc

Tap into your equity
Say you have constructed up equity for your investment portfolio. A properly-timed refinance can permit you to faucet into those funds tax-unfastened, and spend them on something you need — university lessons, a dream vacation, or a new investment property — without losing those nicely-appearing houses. It’s coins-out with out the sale. How clever is that?
Or perhaps you want to maximize the fee of your investment portfolio so that you can finance among the finest improvements in a market that’s moving upscale. Refinance to faucet into to be had fairness and makeover your current houses, then allow the rent increases and expanded equity price create unbeatable ROI. Hard Money Loan

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Year Established: 2000

Max Equity Loan, Inc
Address: 55 Northern Blvd, Great Neck, NY 11021, United States
Phone: 347-208-1989
Hours:
Mon:9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Tue:9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Wed:9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Thu:9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Fri:9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Sat:Closed
Sun:Closed

Kane & Richter Foreclosure Lawyers, LLC

Litigating the Foreclosure Lawsuit
The homeowner can fight the foreclosure lawsuit. The first step in doing this is filing an answer to the summons and complaint. The answer usually needs to be filed within 20 or 30 days after the homeowner is served with the summons. As part of the foreclosure defense the homeowner can make discovery demands upon the financial institution. The homeowner can seek to obtain documents and other information with regard to the underwriting of the mortgage application, the bank’s practices involving mortgages and other information related to the case. In addition, the attorney for the homeowner can engage in motion practice seeking to have the foreclosure lawsuit dismissed. If the financial institution has obtained a scheduled sale date for the homeowner’s home, an emergency Order to Show Cause can be brought in the New York State Court to obtain a stay of the foreclosure sale. In the order to show cause the homeowner must show mistakes in the foreclosure Defense process by the attorneys for the financial institution or improper action taken by the bank.

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Year Established: 2000
Address: 93-17 86th Rd, Jamaica, NY 11421
Phone: (917) 775-9437

Hours:
Wednesday 8AM–9PM
Thursday 8AM–9PM
Friday 8AM–9PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday 8AM–9PM
Monday 8AM–9PM
Tuesday 8AM–9PM

Tax Law

The Joy of Tax Law & Litigation

Pay down the federal debt and get a tax deduction
Here’s a tip for all you tax payers out there: Donating money to help reduce the federal debt counts as one of the more unusual charitable tax deductions.

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So you won your NCAA pool? Spare yourself (and us) by not talking about it on facebook

Bragging on facebook just isn’t classy, and it might land you in a world of trouble with the Internal Revenue Service.

Yup, turns out the IRS likes to troll too, according to new reports.

Kristen Mathews, a partner at Proskauer Rose, LLP who specializes in data security and privacy, says the IRS may monitor social media sights for tax cheats in the 2012 tax filing season. The reports indicate that people whose tax returns raise “red flags” may be subject to a social media check by the IRS. It is unclear to what extent these searches will go or how many people will be targets.

Now before you get all appalled and anti tax-man, the IRS isn’t the first organization – government or private – to check social media outlets for improprieties. The FBI and Department of Homeland Security have come under intense scrutiny for their use of social media to fight crime or terrorism, and nearly 70% of employers now have social media policies for their employees. Continue Reading…

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Bankruptcy: Effects of filing joint insolvency petition
In case of filing chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcies separately, it will take a debtor anywhere from several months to 2-3 years to complete the process. However, if the debtor is married, then it is better for him/her to file a joint bankruptcy petition along with his/her spouse; doing so will save both of them a lot of money and time.

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Struggling with medical costs? Don’t miss these overlooked tax deductions
Medical costs seem to increase every year. Uncle Sam can be there to foot some of the doctor bills, but you need to make sure you know and follow the rules. You can find those and overlooked tips for deducting medical expenses here.