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Taking control of foreclosure proceedings

If you are behind in your mortgage repayments, you have probably started to hear from your lender, and they may have threatened you with foreclosure. Foreclosure essentially means losing your home and the repayments you have made in the past. It also leads to a poor credit rating and therefore a difficulty in getting a home in the future.

If you are worried about foreclosure, it is important that you learn how to take control of your finances now. By doing so, you will have a better chance of keeping your home.

Communication can solve a lot of issues

If you lose your source of income or become subject to wage garnishment because of other unpaid debts, you may be able to foresee being unable to pay your mortgage. You should contact your lender as soon as you realize there is a problem. They may be able to arrange a reduction in your mortgage payments or a holiday from them until you get back on track financially.

Prioritized budgeting may help you

Other than the most basic expenses, paying your mortgage should be your top priority, and it should come before the payment of any other debts. If you are struggling to pay your mortgage but you are able to repay other loans, you may want to consider reprioritizing your spending so that you can keep your home.

Early action must be taken if you are unable to afford your mortgage repayments. Defending yourself from foreclosure is possible in many situations, but not if you do not act upon the proceedings. Make sure that you are proactive in taking the time to understand the law.

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