save me from foreclosure

Do you want to stop foreclosure on your home, and SAVE it?
(That's right, SAVE your home, NOT sell it).

We are a family owned business that has helped save thousands of homes from going into foreclosure. To determine whether or not we can help stop the foreclosure, and help you KEEP your home, simply complete the short form below and we will contact you immediately. The sooner you get started, the sooner we can help stop the foreclosure.


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Your Options for Keeping Your Home May Include the Following:

arrow Modify Your Loan

To qualify for a loan modification you must prove there has been a legitimate hardship which caused you to fall behind on mortgage payments. The best way of saving your home from foreclosure and trying to keep it is through a loan modification. This is a particularly effective strategy for homeowners who live in areas where the housing prices have fallen dramatically over the past few years. > READ MORE

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arrow Reinstate Your Loan

The option of reinstating your loan is available to homeowners who can demonstrate to a lender that they have available funds to pay back the outstanding balance on their mortgage in a short time (up to 24 months).  This solution works best for homeowners who can make up their total past due balance through a combination of lump sum payments and/or “extra” payments (spread out over a 12-24 months) in addition to their regular mortgage payment. > READ MORE
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arrow Refinance Your Loan

Refinancing your mortgage is one way to stop a foreclosure and allow you to remain in your home. Our local affiliates have partnerships with a range of lenders who specialize in refinancing homeowners who are behind on their mortgage payments. > READ MORE
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arrow File for Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is a legal proceeding in which an individual who cannot pay his or her bills can get a fresh financial start. The right to file for bankruptcy is provided by federal law, and all bankruptcy cases are handled in federal court. Filing bankruptcy immediately stops all of your creditors from seeking to collect debts from you (including your mortgage), at least until your debts are sorted out according to the law. > READ MORE
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