Home Loan Lawyers Can Save Homes

Big Banks Have Lawyers – You Should Too Regardless of what has happened to cause the problem, when homeowners find they can’t pay their mortgage as planned, usually a couple things happen. While most banks will allow a borrower to fall behind for a month or so, foreclosures are still a very real part of […]

Hardest Hit Fund Program Offers Local Help

There are a slew of Federal programs out there to help people combat mortgage debt and get their homes back in the black and reduce the risk of impending foreclosure. There are the HARP and HAMP programs which both reduce rates and other assistance which can cut down the total interest owed or even lower […]

Writing a Loan Modification Hardship Letter

While meeting the requirements for a home loan modification, do not neglect to focus on the Hardship Letter without which many lenders will refuse to give a loan modification. Essentially, this is a lot like the cover letter which many people include when applying for good positions at wealthy companies or other prestigious jobs. Unlike […]

What is 2MP or Second Lien Modification?

If you’re like millions of homeowners in debt and struggling for a way to escape it, you’re probably looking for anything and everything which could give you a hand up.For people who made the grim mistake of taking out second mortgages on their homes, effectively splitting up the ownership between two different lenders, the problem […]

You Can Avoid Foreclosure

It’s an ugly beast nobody wants to deal with but even if you start off with the best intentions and lots of money on the side, foreclosure can still become a reality in your life. The HARP program and other refinancing methods can all help a homeowner, that’s you, stay in their home. For Those […]

What is the Principal Reduction Alternative?

When so many people are crippled by debt as is the case in today’s economy, any kind of break from all the bills is a widely welcomed boon. If you can pay your bills on time, your creditors can pay their bills on time and everyone up the chain is happy.If you’ve gone through all […]

Alternatives to Home Affordable Modification Program

The HAMP program started in 2009. HAMP mean Home Affordable Modification Program. The HAMP program expired at the end of 2016. While the standard HAMP program might have sufficed for some people working 40 hours a week, it won’t work for those who don’t work a job but still need help. In fact, many banks […]

How to Qualify for a Home Loan Modification

If you’re one of millions of homeowners who find they can’t pay their mortgage, there are some steps to take in the home loan modification process. You will need to convince your lending agency that you can afford the new payment schedule so there will need to be some proof of income as well as […]

How to Modify a Home Loan

What is a Home Loan Modification? For the vast majority of homeowners, the truth is a home isn’t really owned, exactly. There is a mortgage, funded by a bank, which must be paid for every month for the life of the loan. Some of these mortgages are as long as 10, 20 or even 30 […]

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