Mortgage Foreclosure Help For People Living In Arizona

Posted on March 29th, 2010 by Fred

http://Snurl.com/ForeclosureGuide More and More People Are Facing The Prospect Of Foreclosure
DON’T LET FORECLOSURE HAPPEN TO YOU! Take the Steps to Preventing Foreclosure. Visit this site and check out this guide! Mortgage Foreclosure Help For People Living In Arizona

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A Loan Modification Will Stop Foreclosure in Utah

Posted on March 29th, 2010 by Fred

With the current economic situation, many people are facing foreclosure. You can stop foreclosure in Utah. A loan modification is one way to stop foreclosure in utah, find out if it is right for you.

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How to Stop Foreclosure in Utah

Posted on March 29th, 2010 by Fred

Stopping Foreclosure is a basic process if you know and understand your options. The purpose of this web site is to help you understand your options so that you too can stop foreclosure.

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Stop Foreclosure Greenwood Indiana

Posted on March 29th, 2010 by Fred

Stop Foreclosure Greenwood Indiana – Dennis Roembke of Blue Light Investments has a special message for Greenwood residents that are experiencing a financial hardship. Please visit www.stopmyforeclosureindianapolis.com for more information.

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Stop Foreclosure Hamilton County

Posted on March 29th, 2010 by Fred

Stop Foreclosure Hamilton County Indiana – Dennis Roembke of Blue Light Investments has a special message for Hamilton County residents that are experiencing a financial hardship. Please visit

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how do i stop foreclosure,can’t refi,can’t sell?

Posted on March 27th, 2010 by Fred

over 120 days late,scared confused,just went back to work last tuesday,after out for 6 months[surgery]

First I would call your mortgage lender and explain your situation and work out a repayment schedule. They rather have you pay your loan than having to foreclose. Since you are back at work I assume you will have enough income to pay them at least something.

If you have some equity in your house I’m sure you can sell for a lower price than it’s worth. There are always real estate investors looking for deals. You give up equity and they get a house they can sell for more, you avoid foreclosure. But again first talk your lender.

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Mortgage company being difficult, what can I do to stop foreclosure??

Posted on March 27th, 2010 by Fred

I am administrator of my mother’s estate. I do not want to use my lawyer but may have to, which will cost more money. I want to pay off these people but every time I contact them for payoff amount so I can write them a check I always get sent to this number and that number, on hold for hours on end when I total it up.

They want the payments to be made, however I have not received information I have requested from them up to date. There are two mortgages and one of them claims they never received a fax (which I have a fax report) I sent them last month after I got my letters from the court. The estate is insolvent so I don’t want to make payments on something that will be foreclosed on. The problem is having two companies to deal with. You would think since I want to pay them they would be willing to be more helpful but it looks like they would rather move into foreclosure.

What the in the hell can I do?

There’s not really much you can do besides try to get ahold of them for the payoff amount. Even the lawyer may not have much more success than you at getting through to anyone. They’ll be shuffled around to the same phone numbers.

With most banks, it’s usually pretty easy to get a payoff figure if the house is not behind in payments. There’s an automated system on the phone or online, in many cases, which can give you a total payoff good through at least the next few days.

But if the house is already behind in payments, it will be difficult to get a payoff from the lenders. They may have sent the loan to local attorneys, at which point you’ll have to contact the attorneys to get the total payoff. Lawyers enjoy adding their huge fees to the total owed, and lenders will give them every opportunity to do so.

Banks, unfortunately, are notoriously incompetent at everything. They’re like huge bureaucracies.

Good luck.
ForeclosureFish

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Why don’t banks drop the value of the house to stop the Foreclosure problem?

Posted on March 27th, 2010 by Fred

Many homeowners are underwater (owing more than the house is worth). Most of these homeowners would stay in the house and continue paying their mortgage IF the bank would lower the value of the house. BUT the bank would sooner foreclose on the homeowner, drop the house value and sell it again at the lower value but never to the original homeowner. Can someone make sense out of this stupidity.
I don’t see why responders don’t see that the ONLY solution to the housing crisis is to stop the foreclosures as quickly as possible.

You seem to have forgotten the simple fact that the bank gave the homeowners cash money to buy the house. The house has been purchased, the mortgage is not buying the house, it is repaying a cash loan. This is not stupid, as you are the one over looking the fact that the bank already gave the homeowners money. Loans are repaid based on the amount borrowed, not the present value of the item purchased.

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I need to stop my house from going into foreclosure due to unpaid property taxes. What do i do?

Posted on March 27th, 2010 by Fred

I ve had the house for a year now. I dont have enough paid off to apply for an equity loan. I am going through a divorce which has been the main reason why i havent been able to pay the escrow on the property each month in addition to the loans.

Call the taxing authority–often you can work out a payment schedule.

Search for all possible sources of income so you can pay your mortgage/taxes. For example: get a 2nd job, do you have any life insurance policies or pension/IRA funds you can borrow from? You might want to consider cashing out life insurance policies (don’t cash our retirement funds unless you absolutely have to because of potential taxes/penalties). Any old savings bonds laying around? Check your state’s unclaimed property database to see if there’s any money owed to you. If you filed your federal tax return separately from your spouse last year can you get your spouse to agree to amend jointly (usually results in a refund). Take in a roommate to cut expenses. Take a personal loan. Charge your taxes to a credit card so you can pay less per month. If you create more debt to pay the current debt and have no long term plan, sell the house.

Hope something’s helpful.

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Is there a good site for free information on foreclosure? Like a foreclosure help site? I am in foreclosure!?

Posted on March 27th, 2010 by Fred

I am looking for good information or a site with foreclosure help. I want to save my home and I have no idea if I can. Can someone help me stop foreclosure?

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