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Foreclosure
A short sale is an option you can explore to potentially avoid foreclosure, but depending on your situation, it may not be the best option.
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After a foreclosure ruling, your first concern is likely whether or not you’ll be evicted and where you’ll live if you are. You may not know that even when your house has been foreclosed on, you could still have options to stop an eviction.   If you are a homeowner facing eviction after foreclosure and hoping...
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Foreclosure defense is a legal strategy to stop or delay a foreclosure. There are many different mortgage foreclosure defense strategies that can be used, depending on the details of your foreclosure case and what will work best for your specific situation.
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While you can represent yourself in a foreclosure case, it may not be the best solution. A foreclosure attorney can use their experience to navigate the foreclosure process efficiently and may even know of alternative routes to take to protect your home from foreclosure.
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Homeowners always have the right to fight against foreclosure, and defaulting on a loan modification is no exception. If you have defaulted on a loan modification, you still have the right to fight against foreclosure on your home.
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Although a deed in lieu of foreclosure avoids foreclosure, it should still be a homeowner’s last option. If you are a homeowner facing foreclosure, you may find some solace knowing that you have other options to stop foreclosure on your home.
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One way that lenders can take possession of your home is through an optional foreclosure. Should your lender choose the route of an optional foreclosure, they could take your house without going through the sheriff's sale process.
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The information you find on the internet for stopping a conventional foreclosure may not relate to an FHA foreclosure. Knowing how the FHA pre-foreclosure process works and what options you have available to you for your particular situation could help you in the long run when it comes to stopping an FHA foreclosure.
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If you are late on paying your monthly mortgage payments, most loans allow your lender to charge late fees, however, rules that allow late fees on mortgage payments don’t apply when homeowners are already under foreclosure.  New Jersey has certain laws in place that prevent banks and lenders from charging late fees for mortgage payments...
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What is the statute of limitations in New Jersey? If you are a NJ homeowner who defaulted on your monthly mortgage payment, or expect to default on your mortgage due to a financial hardship, knowing how long the statute of limitations on foreclosures is can be an important factor in how you deal with defaulting...
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