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Are You At Risk of Foreclosure?

Foreclosure doesn't happen overnight but it a homeowner delays, the consequence could be disastrous! The question is have you missed your house payment? If you haven't missed your house payment yet, but afraid you might, the time to take action is now! Another question to ask yourself is this; has your financial situation changed due to:
  1. a mortgage payment increase because of a reset of your ARM mortgage
  2. losing your job
  3. a divorce
  4. an medical emergency
  5. an increase in taxes
  6. or many other viable reasons...

Other Questions to Ask Yourself to Determine if You Are at Risk of Foreclosure

  • Is your credit card debt out of control?
  • Are you faced with you using your credit cards to buy groceries?
  • Are you having difficulty paying all your monthly bills on time?
If you find it becoming increasingly more difficult to  make your house payment each month, you should:
  • Contact a HUD-approved Housing Counselor
  • Call Toll Free (800) 569-4287 to find a Housing Counselor near you
  • Read our Tips for Avoiding Foreclosure

Get Started Today!

This is really important! Be sure you stay in touch with your lender, your attorney and your Pacific NW REALTOR for assistance as early as possible if you think your home is at risk of a foreclosure. To delay or not take action could be a terrible decision.

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Susan Stecher

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Phone: (888) 319-4939

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