Amidst the voluntary isolations, business closings, telecommuting and other substantial changes we are undergoing as a society, many have been panicking about how to pay their bills and especially, how to pay their mortgage.  In the United States, FHA, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have ordered lenders to be flexible if workers have lost income. …

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WrongfullyForeclosed.com wants to remind you avoiding foreclosure is the most cost effective way to save your home.  1.Make (or answer) the call for help.  Before giving up on saving your home, contact your mortgage servicer as soon as you know you can’t make your monthly payment.  The phone number is on your monthly mortgage statements. …

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In the housing crisis over a decade ago, the government stepped in with mortgage loan modification plans to mitigate the U.S. housing crisis.  It looked like the federal government saved the day and that the recession would soon be gone.  A Mortgage loan modification permanently changes the terms of the mortgage loan.  This could be…

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When you are Fighting a Foreclosure, it can be incredibly frustrating when complete strangers show up at your door and demand to see your home because they want to buy it.  It is so important to remain calm even at a time like this.  Every state, whether judicial or non-judicial has required foreclosure procedures that…

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Attorney Michael Karlson explains the different types of foreclosures, several of which are unique to New York City.   You can read all about the special types of foreclosure at foreclosurefights.com  #foreclosure #stopforeclosure #mortgagehelp

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Purchasing a home is one of the most exciting events in life, a benchmark moment that often comes as the result of years of hard work and determination. As you sign the closing papers on this momentous day, chances are you aren’t thinking about the possibility of giving up your home to foreclosure. But if…

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The Summer that Foreclosures and Delinquencies Stabilized Foreclosure Rates Slowly Decreasing Until Harvey Roared Nearly 10 years after the Troubled Assets Relief Program (TARP) was established, Foreclosure rates remain stagnant, when comparing month to month, but is actually down year over year by over 27 percent. When congress authorized TARP through the Emergency Economic Stabilization…

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If you know, you’re heading to foreclosure you may sell your house in what is referred to as a brief sale if you are able to negotiate with the lender to take less than that which you owe on your house loan. A foreclosure is bad enough, but a legal eviction will basically prove to…

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