Foreclosure Assistance in North Carolina
What to expect in foreclosure?
As you become behind in your mortgage payments, your lender will eventually send you a notice of their intent to begin foreclosure proceedings on your home. Your lender will then file a lawsuit with a notification sent to you, and allow you to respond (with a timeframe of 15 to 30 days). If no response is given, the lender will send a notice to sell your property, an auction will occur, and you may be evicted.
Don’t let your home be taken from you. We can work with your lender to arrange a loan modification or forbearance agreement that’s equitable and reasonable for you to repay. We also offer bankruptcy services that may save your home from being taken. Contact us now to schedule an initial consultation.
Forbearance agreement and bankruptcy options
When it comes to facing a foreclosure on your home, you have a short time to act. We can work with you to draft a forbearance or loan modification agreement instead of foreclosure or advise you on your bankruptcy options, which in many cases, can protect your property from being seized or sold.
We’ll take the time to understand your needs, answer your questions, and ensure you have the information you need to make the best possible choices. We’ve helped countless families recover from foreclosures, and we’re here for you when you need us.
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