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When To Call A Loan Modification Attorney

By Ginger Taylor

Financial matters are top priority in just about every household. Financial stability is of increasing concern in today’s economy. One of the most grievous worries is the cost of keeping a home.

So many folks are losing their homes to foreclosure each and every day.

Decrease of income is one of the primary reasons countless homeowners are faced with foreclosure.

Having a reliable stream of income is important in preventing or stopping foreclosure. For the recently unemployed this could even mean getting a job that does not compare to your previous income, skills, or expertise.

In many situations people are lost about whether or not they should even try stop foreclosure. The decline in home values has many homeowner’s owing more than what their property is now worth.

Making the decision not to stop foreclosure may very well feel like the right decision, but there are some major long term ramifications related to that decision. Leaving your house without trying to stop foreclosure will result in many losses such as the incapability to acquire another loan for a new home, the loss in equity that was built in your existing home and topping the list is losing the house.

One aspect many homeowners do not think to consider is the credibility of the mortgage company. Over the past few years quite a few mortgage companies have been exposed for unethical practices. Contacting a loan modification lawyer is a great step in direction of stopping foreclosure and determining if your mortgage company performed according to the law.

The loan modification law firm will be able to order forensic audits to examine the practices of the company, your current loan contract, and the possibilities of mortgage fraud.

You need not be scared to fight shady mortgage companies in order to stop foreclosure and defend your family’s home.

Call janian and associates for a free consultation with a loan modification attorney.

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Taylor, Ginger "When To Call A Loan Modification Attorney." When To Call A Loan Modification Attorney. 24 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 17 Sep 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/finance/mortgages/when-to-call-a-loan-modification-attorney/>.

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