Month

December 2020
In our last blog post, we discussed the importance of getting organized early in the foreclosure process. The better prepared you are and the more you have educated yourself on what may come, the better your chance of walking away from the situation with a more favorable outcome. Once you have your home and loan...
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Falling behind on mortgage payments can happen to anyone, but with it comes very real consequences if you’re not able to act early and fight for what’s yours. We’ve discussed broadly in past blog posts about what you can to do to avoid foreclosure, but in the next two posts, we want to dive further...
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The prospect of foreclosure can leave any homeowner feeling overwhelmed, anxious, afraid, and unsure of where to turn next, but as we repeatedly tell our clients, you always have options – and you can and should fight to keep your home. After all, if you do nothing, you’re almost sure to lose it to foreclosure....
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Lis pendens, which is Latin for “suit pending,” is a notice declaring that a lawsuit has been filed in regards to land or property. If you receive a notice of default followed by a notice of lis pendens at the beginning of the foreclosure process, it means that a notice has been put on public...
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