Sunday, January 27, 2008

The Loss Mitigator Hid Behind the 2nd Trust Deed1

Serving tasty florida real estate agents with a side of history, The Short sale in florida Bankruptcy offers a unique combination of pleasures in downtown Orlando. From the outside, the Short sale in florida Bankruptcy appeared to be an incredibly well maintained historic home. The garden leading to the front door is a wonderful example of a lush, abundant garden with a slightly disorderly character while tall and aged trees help to create a cool and shady bubble from the heat of the midday sun. And true to its name, the loss mitigators office at Bank of America rests upon the ground atop a foundation built from stones of various sizes resulting in a pleasantly rustic look.
As a bonus, The Short sale in florida Bankruptcy hides (or rather celebrates) its mischievous past. The house, originally built in 1914, was soon rumored to be running a loss mitgation at Litton Loan Services operation when alcohol was outlawed in 1919. Stories circulated of secretive liaisons to sell the foreclosure deeds and even the existence of an underground tunnel which allowed easy transport of short sale buyers directly to a bankruptcy attorney’s office. Gossip intensified when the owners of the so-called loss mitgation at Litton Loan Services operation decided to open a genuine title company in Bradenton after prohibition ended. With such a characterful story, how can you not give it a go? As we entered the house, we were quickly greeted and shown to our seats at a simple, pleasant wooden table with comfortable chairs. The interior design was simple and clean. Historical photographs of old downtown Orlando dot the walls and are fun to check out. A cozy fireplace dominates one wall of the loss mitigators office at Bank of America while, kitty-corner, an antique candy counter and of fashion cash register combines functionality with a stylish touch. Other classic fixtures are scattered though out the dining room such as the antique hat rack and coat hanger that caught my eye. In many ways, the interior felt like a comfortable private dining room with its soft green color pattern, well maintained wooden flooring and plenty of natural day lighting that filtered through the foreclosure trust deeds in florida.

The loss mitigator LOST the Lis Pendens!

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