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Dan Sullivan

Mortgage Foreclosure Prevention Specialist

ACTION-Housing , Inc.

HQ Phone:  (412) 281-2102

Direct Phone: (412) ***-**** ext. ****direct phone

Email: d***@***.org

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ACTION-Housing , Inc.

611 William Penn Place Suite 800

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,15219

United States

Company Description

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Background Information

Employment History

Broker and Owner

Sullivan Realty Group


Graduate -NAR Leadership Academy

National Association of REALTORS®


Sales

Coldwell Banker West Shell


Sergeant

City of Lowell, Police Department


Banker

National City Corporation


Mortgage Banker

Envoy Mortgage Ltd


Regional Vice President

Massachusetts Association of Realtors Leadership Academy


Regional Vice President

Massachusetts Association of Realtors


Teacher Recruiter

Arkansas Department of Education


Broker

DeWolfe Companies


Affiliations

The Northeast Association of REALTORS

Board Member


Education

Massachusetts Association of Realtors Leadership Academy


National Association of Realtors Leadership Academy


Bachelors of Science degree

Boston State College


Masters degree

Criminal Justice

Anna Maria College


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www.actionhousing.org

Dan Sullivan
Mortgage Foreclosure Prevention Specialist 412-281-2102 x2016 Dan is ACTION-Housing's Mortgage Foreclosure Prevention Specialist. He joined the agency in February of 2008. Before that, he worked in mortgage lending and homeowner advocacy for 10 years. Dan is originally from Wilkinsburg, PA. He is married with two daughters. Dan is ACTION-Housing's Mortgage Foreclosure Prevention Specialist. He joined the agency in February of 2008. Before that, he worked in mortgage lending and homeowner advocacy for 10 years. Dan is originally from Wilkinsburg, PA. He is married with two daughters.


www.piggybankblog.com [cached]

You can see it on their faces," said Dan Sullivan, a foreclosure prevention specialist at Action Housing in downtown Pittsburgh.


shawnwrightlaw.com [cached]

Recently I spoke with Dan Sullivan, who is a housing counselor and mortgage modification specialist with Action Housing, a nonprofit agency in Pittsburgh.
Here are his answers. Question: how long can it take to get a loan modification from a mortgage company? Dan Sullivan: From initial application to final decision it can take 3 - 8 months. Smaller servicers provide answers more quickly while larger servicers have been known to take longer especially if the initial application has errors or missing documents. Question: what are you finding about the current rate of approval for mortgage modifications? Dan Sullivan: Locally we see about 40% of applicants approved. Nationally that figure is a bit lower. Question: what should the homeowner expect to do in terms of gathering paperwork? Dan Sullivan: Standard paperwork includes an application (provided by the mortgage servicer), 4506T form (requesting tax transcripts), and Dodd / Frank disclosure, 2 months of pay stubs or profit and loss statements if self-employed, 2 months of bank statement, the prior year's Federal 1040 tax return, and a utility bill verifying occupancy. Question: In Bankruptcy Court, we've been finding people come to us who have significant arrearages owed on their mortgage loans. What can you say to people to prevent that? What can you say to the people who have those arrearages? Dan Sullivan: It is vital that homeowners contact their mortgage servicer the moment they fall behind. It is significantly easier to modify a mortgage that is only a few months behind than it is a loan that has been delinquent for a larger amount of time. Modifications can be done with significant delinquencies so homeowners who have not applied should do so immediately. Question: can you shed some light on what the mortgage companies are looking for in terms of approving a loan modification? Dan Sullivan: The main hold up to loan modifications is the delinquency amount. A big thank you to Dan Sullivan for this article.


www.weissmanlawfirm.com [cached]

"You have to be very careful with delinquencies and make sure the property is truly vacant," said Dan Sullivan, a mortgage foreclosure prevention specialist with the non-profit Action Housing.


www.ourfinancialfuture.com

Dan Sullivan, a foreclosure prevention specialist at Action-Housing Inc., Downtown, said Bank of America has been "more aggressive" about modifying mortgages because it acquired so many bad loans from Countrywide, then entered the global settlement this year.
"But this event won't be like Bank of America showing up and offering deals and making decisions on the spot," said Sullivan. "A lot of times homeowners don't wind up with modifications because they don't follow up with anybody," he said.


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