You can lose your home if you continue to fail to make your regular monthly mortgage payments. Even just one missed payment technically means you are in default. If this happens, the lender typically will allow a 15-day grace period to allow you to make up for the missed payment(s).

Once the lender chooses to note the mortgage as being in default, a Notice of Default will be filed. If the lender does not get a response from you, and still doesn’t receive the missed payment, the foreclosure process can begin as early as three months after the first missed payment.

A lawsuit is filed, and notice is given about the lender’s intent to sell the home. After about six months following the first missed payment, the lender can sell the home and notify you of your obligation to vacate the property.
If you are going through Foreclosure or Power of Sale there are programs available to help you save your home.

If you are going through Foreclosure or Power of Sale there are programs available to help you save your home.

In the remarks section of the quote page please include as much details as possible so that our Mortgage professionals as well the legal team they work with can determine which program would best suite your situation.

Though this program has helped many home owners going through Foreclosure, a positive outcome isn’t guaranteed in every single situation.

But the one thing that we guarantee is that you will receive a phone call from our experts who will have a conversation with you to get more facts about your situation and advise you on how and what they can do to help or not.

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