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Information on Foreclosure Alternatives

Facing the prospect of foreclosure is difficult for a number of reasons, not least of which is the effect it has on a credit score.  There are alternatives, but the borrower must act quickly.  If you are facing a possible foreclosure, something can likely be done to avoid losing your home or other property.  A Kansas foreclosure defense attorney can inform you of the various loss mitigation programs and other techniques which may be used to avoid foreclosure.  Some are designed to help you to stay in your home while easing your financial situation and others are designed to relieve you of the property. 

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Each family has a unique set of circumstances which must be considered when looking to avoid a foreclosure just as there are a number of possible solutions.  A knowledgeable foreclosure alternative lawyer can review your family's particular situation and help you to select the best answer for you.  There are a number of options available such as:

  • Forbearance - You make no payment or a reduced payment for a specific period of time and usually make up the difference later
  • Reinstatement - you agree to makeup missed payments by a specific date
  • Repayment plan - a negotiated plan to repay the amount of the arrearage over time.
  • Loan modification - your lender agrees to modify the terms of the loan so you can more easily afford the make the payments
  • Sell the home
  • Short sale - Your lender agrees to the home being sold for less than the amount of the loan
  • Bankruptcy - either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 may be used to retain the home
  • And more

Our firm has a sterling reputation within the financial community which makes it possible for us to approach lenders and negotiate a plan and terms more favorable to a borrower.  Over the years we have assisted numerous families to achieve more control over their future.  Consult Rick Hodge, Attorney at Law, to find out what can be done to improve your situation and avoid foreclosure.

Contact a Kansas Foreclosure Alternatives Attorney at the firm who is interested in helping clients avoid foreclosure and take charge of their future.

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Rick Hodge, Attorney at Law - Wichita Foreclosure Attorney
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