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Three Mortgage Foreclosure Assistance Tips

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Lenders and Servicers are required to send most communications in writing by mail. Never discard or destroy any communication you receive no matter how insignificant you may think it is.  When sending correspondence of any type, a letter, a request or payment, always use traceable mail that requires a signature upon receipt for proof of delivery.

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Second, make your full monthly payment whenever possible.  As long as a Lender/Servicer accepts your payment you should continue to deliver payments.  Always instruct the lender how to apply the payment, such as principle and interest payment, or escrows or combination.  Later, if the Lender/Servicer misapplies the funds you may have legal recourse.

Third, get any and every agreement with your Lender/Servicer in writing.  Never rely solely on a verbal agreement. You will have no way of proving the conversation or agreement took place without some written record.  You can create the record by simply sending an email and strengthen your record by sending a letter via traceable mail.  Make certain you get the NAME, TITLE, DEPARTMENT, I.D., PHONE NUMBER, EMAIL, EXTENSION, details of the agreement as well as the dates made and effective date of the agreement.  Include all of those details in your written confirmation.

-David Rudolph

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