Foreclosure isn't a foregone conclusion
Risky real estate loans earlier this decade led to a wave of foreclosures unlike any this country has seen before. Now, a new wave of foreclosures is hitting as borrowers continue to default on another batch of risky loans and job losses mount nationwide. Don't become another foreclosure statistic! Check out the resources and programs below that are available to help you prevent going into foreclosure altogether.
Contacting an experienced foreclosure prevention specialists could help save you valuable time and money. We’ll connect you with a pre-screened professional who can guide you through the necessary steps to prevent your most precious asset — your home — from going into foreclosure.
No matter what your immediate needs are — loan modification, refinance, short sale or just advice — our professionals can assist you in making the correct decision to fit your particular situation.
Now is the time to make a move before it is too late to save your home and your credit rating.
As the nation’s economy continues to reel under the pressure of one of the most intense recessions in decades, the number of homes going into foreclosure across the nation continues to rise with no end in sight.
Concerted efforts are being made at both the national and state level of government to help out homeowners who have the threat of foreclosure looming overhead. Knowledge is key to understanding how these government programs work, and whether or not they apply to your particular circumstances.
Help is available, but you must take the first step. Find out what types of help the government is offering now.
Click below to learn where you can turn for government assistance in preventing foreclosure.
Want to explore your current options? Contact a local real estate professional who has expertise working with homeowners facing foreclosure in your area. Don’t delay! A real estate professional who is knowledgeable about the foreclosure market in your neighborhood can offer some sound and valuable advice.
It is essential that you collect all the information you need to prevent foreclosure before it happens to you. Contacting a local real estate professional right away is your best assurance to dealing with foreclosure before it becomes a problem. Click below to find a real estate professional working in your area now!
We can provide answers to the many questions you may have concerning avoiding, preventing or stopping foreclosure. What are foreclosure laws specific to my state? What are my options? Get answers to these and many more.
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A lot of criticism has been focused on conventional lenders, mortgage bankers and mortgage brokers due to the vast number of teaser rate and sub-prime adjustable rate mortgages (ARMs) originated between 2004 and 2008.
With many of those less than desirable mortgages now working their way through the foreclosure process, unsophisticated and uneducated homeowners are paying the price. So many in fact, that local community groups, non-profit organizations, local officials and national politicians have made avoiding or stopping foreclosures their call to action. Troubled homeowners should know their options to stopping foreclosure.
Many efforts have already taken to the streets, to state legislatures and even to Capitol Hill in an attempt to put a halt to unfair lending practices and help people avoid foreclosure before it starts.
Take steps now to contact your mortgage lenders and seek their help