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How to gain control and stop foreclosure

| Apr 10, 2020 | Foreclosure Prevention

If you are going through a difficult financial time right now, you may be struggling to keep up with your mortgage repayments. Incidents such as a sudden job loss or an unexpected illness could heavily impact your cash flow, and as a result, you may be worried about how you will pay your bills.

If you have already determined that you will not be able to pay your mortgage in the upcoming months, now is the time to act. If you delay action on this, you will increase your risk of losing your home through foreclosure proceedings. The following are some simple steps you can take now to prevent foreclosure.

Contact your lender

No lender wants to go through a foreclosure proceeding unless that is their only option. This is why you must take a proactive approach, and let your lender know about your financial difficulties. They will likely be able to adjust the terms of your mortgage to make things easier for you.

Make a budget

When you have a good cash flow, it’s easy to spend hundreds of dollars on shopping, eating out and recreational activities. However, when you get into financial trouble, you will need to readjust your lifestyle accordingly. If you set out a budget based on necessities such as food, gas and shelter, you’ll be surprised about how much you could save.

If foreclosure proceedings continue to become a threat, you may want to consider strategies such as engaging in a short sale or filing for bankruptcy. Make sure that you are proactive so that you can learn what will be the best solution for you.

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