Posts Tagged ‘foreclosure relief’

After the 60 Day Foreclosure Freeze…

There is Mortgage relief at the federal level in the United States as the world attempts to grapple with the effect of the COVID-19 on businesses everywhere.  For sixty days, the US will cease action on foreclosures and evictions.  It is a relief for many out of work employees and small business owners whose business…

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Mortgage Payments: Not All Will be Forgiven

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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Hope for NY Foreclosure Victims

If you live in New York and are fighting foreclosure, there is hope.  New York is home to a lawyer with years of experience in foreclosure defense.  Attorney Michael K. Karlson knows the foreclosure process and he knows how to negotiate loan term changes that can be the difference between losing and saving your home…

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Facing Foreclosure? Get Representation.

If you are facing foreclosure, being home may be the hardest place to relax.  Hiring a foreclosure lawyer means you do not have to face the harassment of lender calls or eviction  threats alone.  Get connected to an experienced attorney in your jurisdiction. Be represented by a lawyer who knows the process and the best…

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Protecting your Home

Your home should be your shelter, especially today.  Is your home ownership at risk due to threat of foreclosure?  A mortgage note is a legally binding contract, but sometimes it needs to be renegotiated.  IF you have defaulted or face default on your mortgage because your income level has changed, or an unexpected expense put…

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My Foreclosure is not Your Opportunity!

“My Foreclosure is not just your next investment property opportunity.” If Joan (not her real name) could have put any message out there, that would have been the message.  When the legal notices started arriving in her mailbox, so did the people coming by to ask if they could tour her house.  But this is…

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Veteran Losing Home to VA Foreclosure, Though he Tried to Pay

Jason ‘Jay’ Sutton is a veteran who has suffered a lot of losses in his life, and is now facing one more loss; his home. Sutton’s first wife served in Iraq and developed leukemia, possibly from the burn pits there.  She passed away a year later.  Sutton’s later met his second wife, Kelly, who contracted…

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5 Choices If You Can’t Make Your Mortgage Payment

Going into a Foreclosure can be a demoralizing situation.  Saving your home from foreclosure can be exhausting, expensive and incredibly stressful.  If you lose the battle, you may not be able to buy a new home for several years, and even renting an apartment or home will require letters of explanation and proof of affordability. …

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