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Facing foreclosure, should I consider bankruptcy?

Yes. Why? Because the longer you wait to file bankruptcy, the more difficult it may be to save your home. But the bank might modify my mortgage. Sure, but what if the bank doesn’t modify your mortgage. While you wait for a potential loan modification – your mortgage arrears and the interest are piling up. […]


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Facing Foreclosure

I’m facing foreclosure, What can I do? Some of your options: 1. Do something: -Call your  lender and try to arrange a Loan Modification, Refinance, short sale, or Deed-in-Lieu of foreclosure. -Loan Modification- A Loan Modification is a permanent/temporary change in one or more of the terms of your mortgage loan. Ideally, this will result […]


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