Don't Let Unemployment Lead To Foreclosure
Losing your job is a stressful, traumatic event. Even though things may seem pretty bad for you right now, it is not hopeless. Faced with the unrelenting pressure of monthly bills, it might seem impossible to avoid foreclosure at this point, but there is help available to you through the Homeowners HOPE Hotline. Our housing counselors can give you all of the options available to you based on your specifics, free of charge to you.
Anyone's situation can go from bad to worse if you find yourself suddenly with no income and little or no savings to fall back on. Getting behind on your mortgage loan payments can lead to foreclosure sooner than you think if you don't take action to avoid foreclosure on your home. Even if your situation has you feeling desperate, there may be options available which can relieve some of the stress of your situation, and save your home. Temporary unemployment affects millions of Americans and doesn't necessarily have to lead to foreclosure if you stay ahead of the situation. Our counselors can help you develop a budget that works for your specific circumstances, can intervene with your loan servicer if you would like to know what loan modification options are available to you, and work out a plan to help you ultimately avoid foreclosure. It will take some effort to take you from being behind on your mortgage loan payments to being current on your home loan, and we can help you to get there. However, you must be proactive, take the first step and make the call. Get back on track with the help of counselors at 888-995-HOPE™. Find out how to avoid foreclosure...call now.