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- How we can STOP your foreclosure process in its tracks and save your home.
- How to protect yourself from loan modification scams and rip offs.
- How new Maryland laws can help protect you and save your home.
- How to help save you hundreds if not thousands.
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- All of the options available to help save your home.
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Get the facts you need to protect your family and stop the foreclosure process. If you are behind on your mortgage payments, then calling us right now is the smart decision that saves your home. We encourage you to call right away because time is of the essence in situations like this.
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Are you and your family struggling with growing debt, missed mortgage payments, and the constant threat of losing your home, car, or utility services? There is hope for a better future, but it’s up to you to get informed and make the first steps. Don’t give up, and don’t ignore the problem; there are actions you can take today to save your home and stop debt harassment in Maryland. We encourage you to reach out to a Reisterstown bankruptcy attorney today in a free, no-pressure consultation to discuss your situation and talk about how you can make a fresh start
The most common reason is people have an event in their lives that causes them to fall behind in their mortgage, generally a job loss or an illness where they can’t work, and so they start to get behind in their mortgage payments. They seek a modification to try to set up a plan where they can save their home and maybe reduce the payments and be able to afford their home. If you are facing foreclosure or are behind on your mortgage payments… Then call us today for a FREE consultation to stop the foreclosure and make a “Fresh Start”.
The Foreclosure Process
You may be reading this because you have received a notice from your mortgage company that you are in foreclosure. This can be a very scary time, but the good news is that you still have time to act and save your home. Maryland has passed several laws in the last few years to slow down the foreclosure process. This gives you time to seek alternatives to foreclosure.
Foreclosure in Maryland is a process that takes many months from the time you miss your first payments to the time you are forced to move out of your home. At each stage of the process, you have options to try and save your home. The most important thing to remember is that the longer that you wait, the fewer options you will have. This is because you are falling further behind on your payments and the foreclosure auction is getting closer.
The Notice of Intent to Foreclose.
The foreclosure process begins when you miss your first mortgage payment. Most mortgages are due on the 1st of each month and are considered late after the 15th. Most times, however, you won’t be marked late on your credit report until you are 30 days behind. Once you are 90 days behind, most mortgage companies will start to foreclose on your home.
In Maryland, your mortgage company must send you a letter called a “Notice of Intent to Foreclose”. The Notice of Intent to Foreclose must include important information such as why your loan is in default, the amount you owe to bring your loan current, the last payment received, contact information for the lender or secured party, for the mortgage servicer that collects your mortgage payments and for the department that can help you work out your default (the loss mitigation department).