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March 17, 2011

House Foreclosure

If you're facing house foreclosure chances are you are uncertain of what to do. No one wants to lose their home, but sometimes there are no options left besides throwing in the towel. Believe it or not, even if you cannot save your home you can overcome this hurdle.

Let's face it. House foreclosure is scary. Not only do you lose a valuable asset, foreclosure has a tendency to strip away confidence and often leaves people feeling like a failure. As one who frequently talks to people facing tough decisions, I almost always recommend sitting down with a calculator and figuring out if saving your home is worth the effort.

Real Estate Investing article on "House Foreclosure "

December 28, 2010

Forbearance in Bankruptcy

Forbearance in bankruptcy can be a complex matter that requires help from a qualified attorney. Forbearance is a special financing arrangement that delays loan payments and prohibits banks from commencing with foreclosure or repossession of property used to secure the loan.

Forbearance in bankruptcy can go awry because technically borrowers are defaulting on the forbearance plan once they record their bankruptcy petition. However, when the petition is submitted the courts enter an automatic stay that stops collection activities from all creditors, including mortgage lenders.

Real Estate Investing article on "Forbearance in Bankruptcy "

October 01, 2009

Mortgage Forbearance

Mortgage forbearance is a financing option available to qualified borrowers who become delinquent on their home mortgage loan. Lenders enter into forbearance agreements to help homeowners avoid foreclosure. The only "catch" is borrowers must provide evidence they possess the financial means to cure mortgage arrearages and remain current on future mortgage payments.

Once a mortgage forbearance agreement is in place, lenders cannot proceed with foreclosure action unless borrowers default on their repayment plan. In most cases, borrowers work with their lender's loss mitigation department to obtain approval for extending mortgage payments

Real Estate Investing article on "Mortgage Forbearance"