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Foreclosure Help is Closer to You Than You Think!

Foreclosure Help is just around the corner if you are willing to do something about your financial problem. If you are one of the many homeowners facing foreclosure, then you will need to contact a mortgage company and find out what your options are for repaying the mortgage. Some of the options that your lender may suggest are to refinance the loan, sell the property, rent it out, or use the equity in the property as a source of paying back the loan. All of these choices have various advantages and disadvantages, and you should carefully look at them before you make any decisions.

Before contacting your mortgage company, it is important to know what type of foreclosure help is available in your state's local area. Your lender should be able to give you foreclosure help informationLinks to an external site. based on the type of property that you own, the amount that you owe on the property, and the current market value of your home. The foreclosure help that you receive from your lender should include various forms that you can fill out and send into the lender. You may also want to call your state local sheriff's department to see if they have any foreclosure help information on hand.

Another option for foreclosure help is to use a housing counselor. Many homeowners choose to work with a housing counselor instead of taking their case to court. A housing counselor can help you find a new mortgage, avoid late fees and penalties, and possibly even prevent a sheriff sale from going through. Foreclosure counselors can also provide you with options for making your payments in a timely manner so that your lender does not proceed with the foreclosure. Your housing counselor may also be able to negotiate with your lender a plan that will allow you to pay back your mortgage in two to four years. However, you will still need to act quickly, because according to the law, if the foreclosure goes through then you are legally required to repay the amount that your lender is asking you to pay.

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