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Saving Your Home From Foreclosure Expert Ideas For Homeowners And Investors

13 February, 2017

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Saving Your Home From Foreclosure – Expert Ideas For Homeowners And Investors

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You finally move into your dream home, but then a series of unfortunate events conspire to put you in financial trouble.

Otherwise good people can lose a job, experience relationship problems, or become ill and quickly find themselves in financial hot water. Miss just a few mortgage payments and foreclosure can be knocking at your door.

If you have a lot of money invested in your home, you DON’T want to lose it all in foreclosure. I use a way to save homeowners from for…

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real estate,finance,mortgage,home ownership

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You finally move into your dream home, but then a series of unfortunate events conspire to put you in financial trouble.

Otherwise good people can lose a job, experience relationship problems, or become ill and quickly find themselves in financial hot water. Miss just a few mortgage payments and foreclosure can be knocking at your door.

If you have a lot of money invested in your home, you DON’T want to lose it all in foreclosure. I use a way to save homeowners from foreclosure while making the situation attractive to investors who can bring in the needed money.

An investor puts in the money needed to pay down the homeowner’s mortgage and debts. In return, the investors receive 12 – 14 percent interest on their investment, getting monthly checks from an escrow account.

This improves the homeowner’s credit score while giving them the opportunity to save their home.

If you’re thinking this type of activity could help those having financial difficulty, you’re right. This is a fast, low-risk way to pay off debt, even a lot of debt.

Another smart method is to pay your home mortgage every two weeks rather than the usual once per month. You pay your home loan off years faster while saving a mountain of interest. On average, I’ve seen home owners save a fat $60,000 while owning their homes outright long before they expected.

If living in your home debt-free sounds appealing, this is probably your best way to make it happen.

But what if things don’t go well. I sometimes see very good people get into tough financial situations simply because they lost their job, became ill, or both. In those cases, you need to know what to do to keep your home and avoid foreclosure.

Usually you can structure easier payment plans with your creditors. Most lenders would rather get their money slowly than see you go under, forcing the creditor to say good-bye to their money forever.

You may also be able to get a forbearance to let you put off paying your mortgage until you can get back on your feet.

While these ideas are widely accepted and practiced in the business world, many home owners seem unfamiliar with them.



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