How To Stop Foreclosure

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Are you a homeowner facing foreclosure? Getting to this point is definitely not a place in your life you ever anticipated, but now you know it is time to fully investigate all your options. You are more than likely already aware of the potential negative consequences of a foreclosure, but did you know that it is possible in many cases to avoid foreclosure, even if you owe more on your house than it is worth?One important factor that you must understand is that your lender wants to avoid a foreclosure just as much you do. As a result, they are more than willing to negotiate with you to resolve the situation. The best part of this is that you do not have to wait until the last minute to begin the negotiating process with your lender.

Are You In Any Of These Situations?

If you are in any of the following circumstances, you should begin working on your situation with a foreclosure avoidance specialist:

  • You are not yet behind on payments, but judging from your finances you feel you may not be able to keep up with your current payment.
  • You are behind on payments, but have not yet received a notice of default (NOD) from your lender.
  • Your lender has initiated the default process(NOD has been filed) and the several month foreclosure process has officially begun.

Effective Solutions

The two most prominent ways in which homeowners in distress are working with their lenders are through either a loan modification, or a process known as a short sale.  A loan modification is when a lender will renegotiate the terms of your loan in order to provide you with a lower monthly payment. A short sale is when a lender willingly agrees to receive less than the total loan balance during a home sale (this makes selling a home completely possible).

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If you are interested in learning more about how thousands of homeowners are avoiding foreclosure with either a loan modification or a short sale, and whether or not one of these might work for your home, please complete the form below to get started. A foreclosure specialist dealing with properties in your area will be in touch with you to help you determine the best option for your particular situation.