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Avoiding Foreclosure, Avoid foreclosure

It's Not To Late to Avoid Foreclosure

Once you are in a default status in your mortgage get foreclosure help to save your home or at the minimum, reduce your losses through foreclosure. You can deal with your servicer yourself, logging each conversation and tracking repeated faxes of documents for analysis…or you can get help from licensed attorneys experienced in dealing with lenders regularly, understand the process and the laws. We work with attorneys who offer foreclosure help ranging from workout negotiations to filing suits against attorneys who wrongfully foreclosed. Get started to find out where your options lay…and how to save your home.

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3 Steps to Help You Avoid Foreclosure

1. Free Evaluation

Your First Step is a FREE evaluation with a foreclosure defense attorney. Just complete the quick and easy form!

2. Retain Forclosure Defence

You retain a foreclosure attorney in your area who has your best interest and can help you keep your home.

3. Keep Your Home

Your attorney fights to defend your home and works with you to stop the foreclosure so you can keep your home.

Avoid Forclosure

Lender and Government Options to Avoid Foreclosure involve different stages of financial difficulty. If you have not missed any mortgage payments, but are worried that soon you will no longer be able to make those payments, take action now. You may be able to refinance through a home affordable refinance program (HARP).

If you are not with a lender participating in the government making home affordable program, you may be able to avoid foreclosure by working directly with your lender on a modification for an imminent (about to happen) foreclosure. You may also retain an attorney to do this.

If you know you cannot afford your home, even with a little assistance, you can avoid foreclosure by selling your home. This option can be available to you in spite of missed payments. If you owe more than your home is worth, you can still sell your home, if your lender approves, through a short sale. Some lenders/servicers even offer cash to help with moving costs in exchange for your assistance in liquidating the asset.

And if you cannot sell your home, you may be able to negotiate a deed in lieu of foreclosure. Cash for keys has become a popular program to avoid foreclosure, because it also offers cash to facilitate relocation, or moving.

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Non-Wrongfully Foreclosed Resources

These Links are additional resources for the benefit of the consumer. The links lead to government websites that deal with the current issues being addressed in the mortgage industry. Mortgage Assist Now is not affiliated with any government program or agency, financial or credit institution or company.

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