First are principled people who will walk away from
something if it goes against what they believe in, and they will do it regardless if they have money or not.
November 20: Dale Evans threatens to walk away from
the takeover consortium.
"But I would never walk away from
Wales, certainly not halfway through a campaign.
Almost half or 47% said they would walk away from
mortgages, while 53% said they would not walk away.
You do not bring in players of the calibre of Seyi Olofinjana, Jason Koumas and sit down in your garden with Craig Bellamy and sell him the club only to walk away from
On June 23, Fannie Mae announced borrowers who walk away from
their homes but who had the capacity to pay or who did not complete a workout in good faith will be ineligible for a new Fannie-backed mortgage for seven years from the date of foreclosure.
Credit union mortgage servicers face an expanded and more important role under a new Fannie Mae policy designed to crack down on borrowers who walk away from
their mortgage commitments.
These days, many homeowners are contending with more mortgage than the home is worth, joblessness, and other financial challenges and deciding to simply walk away from
a dream home turned nightmare.
"I will not walk away from
this job because things have started to get tough over the last few days.
"The single most powerful tool for winning a negotiation is the ability to get up and walk away from
the table without a deal."
I CAN NOT believe that Sefton Council allow Maghull Developments to walk away from
the project of regenerating
RECOGNIZING WHEN CLIENTS are ready to walk away from
the bargaining table--in contrast to when they are open to negotiation--can be essential to leasing success.