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How to Stop Foreclosure"

Make no mistake.... to Stop Foreclosure you must act quickly and decisively. Your home will be sold unless you take the correct steps to satisfy the Mortgage Company and get your loan caught up.

"We can Stop Foreclosure... let us help "

Foreclosure is something that can happen when you get behind on your Mortgage Loan. Your lender won't automatically put you into a program to bring your loan up-to-date. You must put the plan into motion and provide the lender with the documentation they require to analyze your financial situation to stop the Foreclosure action. Although lenders do not want to foreclose if it can be avoided, they do want to make sure you can follow-through on any promises you make to bring your account current.

Mediation is the key to Stopping the Foreclosure. As we stated before, the Mortgage Company does not want to Foreclose and is usually willing to agree to terms to Stop Foreclosure. These terms are negotiable and it is to your advantage to develop a plan of action before contacting them. This plan needs to be thoroughly analyzed before presenting it to them as it becomes very difficult to adjust it. We have extensive experience in this area and we can develop a winning strategy or plan for you to Stop the Foreclosure that is proven successful

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