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Posted by studiocenter on April 1, 2013

When Good Loans Go Bad

In this issue:

  • Background
  • Going to the Dark Side
  • Default
  • Cure Period
  • Deemed Distribution
  • Offset
  • Examples of Good Loans Gone Bad
  • Loans Not Permitted
  • Refinancing Not Permitted
  • Loan Term Too Long
  • Payments Never Started
  • Payments Voluntarily Suspended or Discontinued
  • Coming Back to the Light
  • Conclusion

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