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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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The Consequences of Foreclosure You May Not Know About

Is your mortgage in default, but you are trying to fight foreclosure?  It takes endurance, drive and focus.  Sometimes homeowners wonder if it is worth the fight.  Only you can decide whether keeping the home makes more sense than letting the lender take back the property to satisfy the debt, if that even really satisfies…

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Fighting Foreclosures

ForeclosureFights.com reminds you that banks and lenders are not the only threat of foreclosure.  Earlier this year, homeowners and housing experts attested to homes worth millions of dollars being stolen. As Brooklyn real estate values skyrocket, homeowners are being targeted by housing predators, losing homes through deed theft, liens for minor bills, fraudulent documents, wrongful…

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The Longest Foreclosure Case!

Wrongfullyforeclosed.com asks if your foreclosure battle with your lender feels like it has been going on forever.  The longest battle we are aware of is that of Patsy Campbell in Okeechobee county Florida.  First filed in 1985, the foreclosure case against Ms. Campbell outlasted six different banks,  2 marriages, four presidencies, and the birth of…

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When is a Foreclosure Wrongful

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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Types of Foreclosures in NYC

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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What Are the Consequences of a Foreclosure?

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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Foreclosure Down…and Up for 2018

Year-end mortgage foreclosure data released by Attom data Solutions showed U.S. Foreclosure activity dropped to a thirteen (13) year low in 2018.  In spite of this good news, there were areas that suffered higher foreclosure rates in the same period.  Among those with rising foreclosure rates, Texas, Michigan and Florida were among the highest in…

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