Avoid Foreclosure on Your Home

: Chris Lee Law Firm

  Filed under: Foreclosures

avoid foreclosureFacing foreclosure is one of the most difficult challenges many Americans will face.  There’s no easy way to go through foreclosure or bankruptcy of any kind.  However, there are some options available to you that may help you avoid foreclosure on your home.  The longer you can avoid having to hire a bankruptcy as your only option, the better.

Ways to Avoid Foreclosure:

First, consider selling your house.  This probably is not a realistic option for you, so we suggest a short sale.  Work with your mortgage holder to see if a short sale will be possible on your home. Also, remember that the bank doesn’t want your house.  For a bank, having a house on the books is an inconvenience.  That being said, call your mortgage holder and try to work something out with them.  If you can show good faith, you might be able to get an exception to the typical policy the mortgage holder operates on. Next, try to get a loan modification on your mortgage.  This requires going through the formal application processes, but it might save you or at least let you hang on a little longer. Last, consider filing for bankruptcy and hire a good bankruptcy attorney.

As you face foreclosure, try these tips and others to avoid foreclosure at all cost.  2012 will likely see even more foreclosures than before.  Prepare yourself now with a plan should foreclosure be a possibility in your future.  Knowing how you can prepare yourself now to avoid foreclosure in the future is of the highest importance.


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