Can Foreclosure Proceedings Be Stopped
Foreclosure is the legal process by which the lender can recover and sell the property to receive the entire debt. If monthly mortgage payments default, the lender has the right to initiate the foreclosure process.
HUD Property Consultancy
If you are in the pre-delivery process and your lender does not cooperate with you, please contact the Designated Housing Agency. Organization experts have expertise in foreclosure in your country and can approach your lender and set up a payment plan or solution for your specific circumstances. Any of these services are free of charge.
You can stop the foreclosure by changing your home loan deal with your lender. You may opt to refinance your loan, lower your interest rate, or extend the term of your mortgage. This reduces monthly debt payments and tends to prevent foreclosure. To qualify, you need to provide proof to your lender that your net income has decreased significantly since the loan was signed. In most cases, you have to pay a loan fee, which is usually protected by your new loan repayment plan.
Another way to prevent foreclosure is to apply for a one-time non-interest loan with HUD. The Department charges borrowers a fee for the use of their facilities and makes an advance payment to modify the loan. To qualify, you need to prove that your current financial situation is stable and sign a statement with the lender that you are paying your loan back over time. Before you repay your loan, your lender has a household bond
Your lender may be able to reduce or delay your monthly payments temporarily while working with you to develop a new mortgage payment plan. You must prove that your job or critical source of income or unforeseeable monthly expense has been lost. At this time, the lender will ask you to make additional payments before the loan is updated.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
This form of bankruptcy allows you and your mortgage lender to set up a payment agreement with your creditors. When a payment plan has been introduced, all contributions must be made in compliance with the agreement to prevent foreclosure. Since your bank is a secured creditor, the exemption from the “free residence permit” would be given at some point, and the foreclosure phase may begin.
For information on foreclosure defense call us at (877) 399 2995. We offer litigation document review support, mortgage audit reports, securitization audit reports, affidavit of expert witness notarized, and more.