How to Use a Short Sale to Stop Home Foreclosure and Protect Your Finances (Books)

Posted on February 28th, 2010 by Fred

How to Use a Short Sale to Stop Home Foreclosure and Protect Your Finances (Books)

Real Estate – General Business & Economics – Don t lose your ho me to foreclosure! Do a short sale! Robert Irwin, one of America s most trusted real estate experts, provides the tools you need to avoid foreclosure and … – How to Use a Short Sale to Stop Home Foreclosure and Protect Your Finances (Books)

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How Do I Stop Foreclosure On My Home?

Posted on February 27th, 2010 by Fred

I want to keep my home but the lender will not take my money. They send it back to me?

Make the banks financial officer an offer he can’t refuse.

If past due mortgage amount is paid, does foreclosure stop?

Posted on February 27th, 2010 by Fred

My boyfriend’s house is currently in foreclosure. He is six months behind on payments. The sale date is two months away. If he can come up with the past due amount and pay it to the lender, will the foreclosure go away?

That is up to the lender, but usually the would welcome having a loan brought up to date. He will probably have to pay late fees, legal fees and additional interest.
He should call them pronto to work this out.

How can I stop foreclosure on my house?

Posted on February 27th, 2010 by Fred

If I can’t how long will it take for the bank to evict my sorry a**???

Here is a pretty good website about avoiding foreclosure. It has info about foreclosure lending scams, foreclosure timeline, some step-by-step things you can do to stop foreclosure, and some advice on how to delay the eviction process after a foreclosure sale:


Does anyone know of a company that could help stop a foreclosure on our home, with out any money to do so?

Posted on February 27th, 2010 by Fred

I was forced to work part-time because of a tick bite and I was striken with Lyme dieaease. I didn’t think a small insect could do some much harm. Any way, my husband works 24/7, but that is not enough and now we might loose our home. We tried to talk with our mortage co., and we even tried for a hardship loan which was suggested by our own company. They told us NOT to pay our payments for a couple of months and that way it would look even better for the hard ship loan. Then they turned us down and now we are 4 months behind. Little did we know that, I guess some mortage co. will do that so you get behind and loose your house to them. That’s awful!! Anyway, if any one knows of someone that could help either stop the foreclosure (with no money down) or of another way to save our home I would really appreciate it. Thanks!

There are 3 things that qualify you for a mortgage. Income, credit (score and history), and equity. If you provide me with a little more information I might be able to work something out for you.

Does anyone know of a company that offers foreclosure help to stop foreclosure on your home?

Posted on February 27th, 2010 by Fred

The answer to almost every question is: "Depends"

Look at and see if they can help you.

Focus on What You Can Control to Stop Mortgage Foreclosure

Posted on February 22nd, 2010 by Fred

There are many things that you cannot control in your foreclosure process but the key to being able to stop mortgage foreclosure is to focus on what you can control instead of what you cannot. Part of the key here is understanding what is in your control and what is not.

What You Cannot Control
You cannot change who your mortgage company is. You are dealing with who you are dealing with and no amount of anger is going to change that. You will have to deal with your mortgage company in order to stop mortgage foreclosure and you will have to find a way to work with who you have.

You cannot change what the foreclosure timelines are for your state. Much of the timing of your foreclosure is dictated by the laws that govern foreclosure in your state. Being able to stop mortgage foreclosure means finding a way to work within those timelines. Some states have short timelines, others have long ones. Come to terms with what the timelines are for your state and find a way to work within them.

You cannot change the fact that you are currently in foreclosure. Many people try to deny that foreclosure is happening. Accept that it is happening. You can stop mortgage foreclosure on your home but you need to recognize that you are in foreclosure.

What You Can Control
You can control how you work with your mortgage company. You can decide to ignore them or you can actively work with them. The only way I was able to stop mortgage foreclosure on my own home was by actively tracking down someone at my mortgage company who was willing to help me. You have to be persistent in calling them and in communicating with them. But avoid getting angry at the person at the other end of the line. It is not their fault that you are in foreclosure and they simply have a job to do. Recognize that and you will be able to get much further with them.

You can control how you react to being in foreclosure. You have a choice. You can get depressed or angry or you can decide to be calm and confident. The choice is yours. Is it easy to control your emotions in this way while you are in the middle of foreclosure? Of course not and I know that I was not always calm and in control of my emotions. But I can tell you this, I got much further with my mortgage companies when I was calm and rational. If you are going to stop mortgage foreclosure, you will need to be able to calmly and rationally look at your situation and solutions to it.

You can control whether or not you give up. The moment that you decide that there is nothing you can do to stop mortgage foreclosure, you have lost. Be always actively looking for solutions. Spend time every day working on ways to stop mortgage foreclosure and educating yourself about foreclosure. The more you look for a solution and believe that one is available to you, the quicker a solution will present itself. The solution to your problem is not going to come smack you on the face, you have to go out and actively look for it.

Jill Borash

Solicit Help in Order to Stop Foreclosure

Posted on February 22nd, 2010 by Fred

Owning a home is very important to anyone. Being able to go to a place you own gives you a great feeling. The problem with this is that it is not accessible to most people, and because of this they search for help in lots of different places to achieve their goals.

The most common institutions that lend money for people looking to buy a home are banks. These are not the only ones that do this, because there are various other institutions that provide people with mortgage loans. When you solicit a mortgage loan to buy a home, you have the chance to become a home owner, but you have to repay all the money you borrowed, plus the interest.

Monthly payments may seem easy to handle at first, but the period of time for which the mortgage has been contracted is usually at least 20 years. In that time there are a lot of things that can happen, unpleasant situations when you aren’t able to make your monthly payments. At this time you might be facing foreclosure, you can be left without a home and with a bad credit.

When foreclosure is at your doorstep, you have to do everything in your power to stop it. You need to find all the help you can get to stop foreclosure proceedings, because once the wheels are in motion, you might not be able to stop them until it’s too late.

Foreclosure help can be offered from many outside sources, and you need to check each one of them in order to make the best choice. Foreclosure help usually consists of advice on how to stop foreclosure from ruining your probably already financially damaged life.

The best place to start searching for foreclosure help is the internet. Here there are lots of websites that can provide very good advice that can get you out of a situation like this. You are not the only one that faces such a problem, and you might find a lot of help in what other people did in order to avoid total damage from situations similar to the one you are in.

Probably the most important advice you will find over the internet on How to stop foreclosure is to ask your mortgage lender on solutions to a temporary problem. This is probably one of the best things you can start with and probably the most efficient.

Banks and other financial institutions that offer mortgage loans are not in the real estate business. Selling homes is not the cheapest things they can do because everything costs money, so it is in their best interest to help you in order to stop foreclosure proceedings.

Their expenses can go through the roof with legal proceedings for eviction, no more interest is gained on their loans, they also have to maintain the property in order to be sold, not to mention the selling process, which in some cases can take years to complete.

This is why they are the first place you should go to in order to obtain foreclosure help. The internet can provide lots of useful tips on how you can approach the situation so you can make the most of it. One website that can provide such advice is

Jhoana Cooper

Stop Foreclosure in Nashville Tennessee

Posted on February 22nd, 2010 by Fred

Stop Foreclosure in Nashville Tennessee,, How to stop foreclosure, Sell your Home Quickly for Cash, and find Solutions to your Foreclosure Situation!

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Stop Foreclosure-Traditional Loan Modifications #6

Posted on February 22nd, 2010 by Fred

How to stop foreclosure through loan modification using Traditional Guidelines. This video contains Proven Step 15 of a 15 step Lesson. This follows the instructions found on

Duration : 9 min 25 sec

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