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Don’t Ignore
the Problem –

Do you have trouble keeping current with your mortgage payments?  Perhaps you’ve gotten a notice from your mortgage lender about late or missing payments.  If so, don’t ignore the problem!  Ignoring your lender won’t make them go away, but it could result in you losing your home.  If your lender sends you warning notices open them and read them.  They will have important information on your options and rights as a homeowner, as well as notices of possible pending legal action. 

Click here to listen to "Avoiding Mortgage Foreclosure"Work with Your Lender –
It’s important to act quickly to work with your lender to fix the situation and keep you in your house. If you’re unable to make a mortgage payment you should contact your mortgage lender as soon as possible.  Reputable lenders want to work with you to keep you in your house.  They can work with you to sort through the options that will keep you in your home and help you through your financial difficulties.  

Be Informed –
It’s important to know your rights and responsibilities as a mortgagee.  Read your loan documents to see what can happen if you don’t make your mortgage payments.  Find out your state’s foreclosure laws.  And know your foreclosure options.  You read more online at the Federal Housing Administration’s (FHA) web page on avoiding foreclosure:
           
            FHA Information on Avoiding Foreclosure

Get Help –
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development provides housing counseling at low or no cost.  Housing counselors can help you understand your rights and responsibilities as a homeowner.  They can also help you negotiate with your lender, and organize your finances.  You can find out more about HUD approved housing counselors at this link:

            Finding a HUD Approved Housing Counselor

Avoid Scams –
Watch out for predatory lending scams that seem to offer help out of your mortgage problems, but actually are out to rip you off! For more information on various scams, follow this link…


Mortgage Scams