Maximizing Your Mortgage Modification

: Chris Lee Law Firm

  Filed under: Mortgage Modification

mortgage modificationThe mortgage loan modification process can be cumbersome to navigate and requires much effort on the part of the homeowner. Many people have found dealing with certain big name banks to be difficult and frustrating. Between lost paperwork, lack of communication and confusing negotiations, some have given up the pursuit of lowering their monthly mortgage payment only to succumb to foreclosure.

When that happens, it is sad and unfortunate for the homeowner. No one should have to end up in foreclosure because they were unable to successfully navigate the loan modification process. Luckily, there are  a few ways to maximize your chances of successfully completing a mortgage loan modification.

Get Organized

Anytime you are dealing with a bank or lender it is a good strategy to have all of your documentation prepared ahead of time. In most cases, the banks will want to see your financial details before they even consider entering into a negotiation. Make sure you  have copies of your income, debts and bank statements. Preparing a  letter explaining your financial hardship may also help support your case. Have all of this information collected and organized before you step foot in the lender’s office to negotiate.

Get Representation

Although many people can negotiate with their lender directly, many people find it helpful to have representation. A financial lawyer or foreclosure attorney can make the negotiation process much easier. Not only do they have the knowledge and experience dealing with lenders, many lenders become more willing to negotiate favorable terms when you are represented in a legal aspect.

 


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