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Posts tagged "Foreclosure Prevention"

Can you stop a foreclosure once your lender initiates it?

During the foreclosure process, your lender can take your home and repossess it then put it up for sale in an attempt to recover the debt that you owe them. If you've been notified by your lender that they plan to foreclose on your property, then you may assume that you can't save your home. This isn't true though. You still can negotiate with them up until it's sold.

What's the best foreclosure prevention technique?

Going through foreclosure tends to be the final option when no other strategy to deal with an unpaid mortgage has worked. Many homeowners do everything that they can to avoid foreclosure because it means that they will lose their home and suffer damage to their credit score. If early and informed action is taken, it can be possible to successfully avoid foreclosure.

Refinancing your mortgage in Texas

If you are the owner of a home in the state of Texas, it is very likely that a significant portion of your income goes toward making your mortgage repayments. At times when your finances are stable, this should not be a problem. However, if you experience a change in circumstances, for example, if you lose your job, things can get very stressful very quickly.

3 strategies to prevent foreclosure

The loss of your family home is one of the worst things that can happen. Not only will you lose your place of shelter, but you may also lose a considerable amount of wealth that you've accumulated as equity in the value of your home. Therefore, if you're facing the threat of foreclosure by your bank due to not be able to pay your home mortgage, you'll want to act as swiftly as possible.

How do I prevent a foreclosure eviction before the sale?

The thought of being kicked out of your residence is the unsettling reality you must face if the bank is foreclosing on your home. However, when people whose homes are being foreclosed take swift actions in response to the foreclosure, they may have a chance of delaying, stopping or preventing the worst effects of the foreclosure.