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I Lost My Job.. Will I lose my home too?

I lost My Job.. Will I lose my home too?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

With the unemployment rate increasing everyday, this question is being asked more and more. I lost my job.. Will I lose my home too? This is a very touchy subject. Most folks who face job loss will fall behind on their mortgage as well as other bills. With all the talk on loan modifications, most will try to seek some help either with their lender or a 3rd party such as an Attorney. Unfortunately you will most likely be told, that without income you won't qualify

 

The lenders then proceed to send you scary letters threatening you with foreclosure. So now you are feeling like there are no options for you and extremely stressed out. Don't Fret! I am here to tell you that there is still hope. Did you know that the foreclosure process from start to finish takes at least 6 months? Most likely, you will be back to work with in 6 months. 

 

Once you do get back to work, you will most likely qualify for a loan modification and will be able to keep your home. You have a verifiable hardship, and an income. The loan mod should bring you current on your mortgage as well as bring down your interest rate to make your payment more affordable

 

Usually job loss is temporary. Just calm down and stay focused on a plan to get back on your feet 

 

Feel free to call me if you need some advice or guidance on who to trust to negotiate your loan modification for you. 

 

 

 

I pledge to be 100% honest, diligent, and treat you with integrity.

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C Thompson

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Fax: 206-203-1890

Email me: keepyourproperty911@gmail.com

 

Comment balloon 6 commentsC. Thompson • July 20 2010 11:57PM

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A loan modification is not easy but with constant follow up it can happen it took us 11 montsh to get our approval, just stay with it

Posted by Ken's Home Team LLC. | 360.609.0226 | Portland, OR & Vancouver, WA Real Estate Team, - SOLD IS OUR FAVORITE 4 LETTER WORD - (Ken's Home Team LLC.) almost 8 years ago

I am aware of many home owners were denied loan modification, afterworking on it for several months.

Posted by John Pusa, Your All Time Realtor With Exceptional Service (Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Crest) almost 8 years ago

The banks that were 'too large to fail' should have been allowed to fail.  It would have been painful for a year or so and then all of the toxic assets and bad loans would have snaked their way through the system. Instead, this 'genius' we have as president has given the banks the keys to our financial future.  That's why we now have 'modifications' which take 9-12 months and then fail miserably.  That's why we have short sales that are a complete joke, that take 6 months or more instead of 30 days and off the books, out of our bleeding economy.

 

Scott Miller, Realty Associates, Boca Raton, FL

Posted by Scott Miller, ifoundyourhome.com (Realty Associates!) almost 8 years ago

Ken- Congrats on your outcome for your loan modification. Unfortunately there are many homeowners out there getting turned down for ridiculous reasons by lenders when usually its because they can't handle their own work load.

Posted by C. Thompson, Loss Mitigation Cases (Loan Modification) almost 8 years ago

John- Exactly my thoughts...

Posted by C. Thompson, Loss Mitigation Cases (Loan Modification) almost 8 years ago

Scott- Unfortunately the homeowners are forced to get legal representation in order to take the process from 12 months to 3 or 4 months. needless to say there are many who are turned down after that long haul. 

Posted by C. Thompson, Loss Mitigation Cases (Loan Modification) almost 8 years ago

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