Strategic Default Monitor – How To Strategically Default

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Planning For A Strategic Default Series : Putting Together Your Financial Snapshot and Gathering Documents


In our last post in our Planning For A Strategic Default Series we wrote about the importance of Developing an Action Plan before initiating a strategic default. We are now going to focus on preparing an income and expense form and gathering documents. These are steps 2 and 3 respectively of Chapter 8 from our guide book Strategic Default: How To Create A Brighter Financial Future For You, Your Family Or Your BusinessChapter 8 provides an introductory step-by-step guide on how to successfully initiate and complete a strategic default. 


If you are like most strategic defaulters, in addition to owning underwater property, you possess other types of debt such as school loans, business loans, credit cards, and home equity lines of credit.  

Remember. The primary objectives of a strategic default are cash flow protection, savings preservation, and wealth protection. So putting together a financial worksheet and keeping proper records is an important step towards your objectives. All of these objectives point to one inescapable conclusion. Your ultimate objective is to be in a better financial position by the end of a strategic default.  

So let's take a look at steps 2 and 3.