foreclosure app How to Save Your Home from Foreclosure

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Check out this cool app and learn guitar – howc.stExpand the description and view the text of the steps for this how-to video. Check out Howcast for other do-it-yourself videos from carlo_scialla and more videos in the Home Finance category. You can contribute too! Create your own DIY guide at www.howcast.com or produce your own Howcast spots with the Howcast Filmmakers Program at www.howcast.com Make sure you’re doing everything possible to prevent losing your home to the bank. To complete this How-To you will need: Sacrifices A meeting with your lender A Department of Housing and Urban Development counselor The HOPE NOW program Step 1: Talk to your lender Arrange a meeting with your lender as soon as you realize you’re having problems making your monthly mortgage payments. Discuss repayment plans that will allow you to stay in your home. Step 2: Avoid scam artists Beware of anyone who says they can help you avoid foreclosure for an upfront fee. They are most likely scam artists. Step 3: Ponder your options Consider what sacrifices you could make that would enable you to make your payments. Could you take in a boarder? Sell a car? Take on another job? Step 4: Ask for mortgage modification Ask if you can modify your mortgage to make your payments more affordable. Options include adding your missed payments to the existing loan balance, lowering your interest rate, or extending the number of years you have to repay the loan. Tip: If your mortgage is insured by the Federal
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20 Comments → “foreclosure app How to Save Your Home from Foreclosure”


  1. jtking2504

    5 years ago

    @Oysterbluestoday, believe it or not, many people DO buy homes they can afford. That’s really not the problem. The issue is when people get laid off from their jobs, fall behind and end up in more debt than they started with. When interest is put on interest itself, it creates never ending debts. In fact, it is just your kind of thinking that gets people into trouble. Blindly believing that all you have to do is buy a house you can afford and all will be fine. You are no less naive than they

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  2. Oysterbluestoday

    5 years ago

    Buying a house you can afford includes the interest rate. Didn’t they teach you about those in school? I sure as hell learned about them.

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  3. Oysterbluestoday

    5 years ago

    @sedona74 

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  4. sedona74

    5 years ago

    @Oysterbluestoday BS it WAS what we could afford untill you walk in somebodys shoes that are going thru this keep ur pie hole n fingers shut!!!!! r/l tradgies happen that u cant freakin predict

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  5. HelpMeJon

    5 years ago

    w w w . Help Me Jon . c o m

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  6. TheDanimal317

    5 years ago

    Get a Lawyer he/she is the only one you can semi trust, its costly but the safest way.

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  7. rotaroota

    5 years ago

    wow! u must have a really amazing sex life! with your stories of shitting in closets and living alone in a giant house, how can us other gentelmen compete?

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  8. TheDraconiankiller

    5 years ago

    Oysterbluestoday: You and every brainwashed fucktards think is all about the consumers accepting a loan they can’t afford? That’s what the media been pushing from day one of the meltdown. Know one has the right to own a a home with a reasonable interest rate without the hassle of hiring attorneys to read the micro text on contracts. Not to mention banks offering high rates to low income people by giving them teaser rates in the first two years.

    Fucktards!

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  9. jogeryjogo

    5 years ago

    i heard the bank was planning to foreclose my house, now i live alone and its a pretty big house so in an attempt to stop it, i started using the bathroom in certain rooms, like id shit and piss in my closet until it became full, then i would shit and piss in the guest room until it was impractical to keep shitting in their and i just kept doing this sealing off rooms after i had used them up and god damn the smell was horendous but the bank said they were sueing me for the cost of cleaning lol

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  10. contra6000

    5 years ago

    ;kiqjaevbhd

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  11. bangurl86

    5 years ago

    The biggest lie is banks don’t want your home they’re in the business to make money…. That’s why they are sitting on the prime homes that went into foreclosure and are auctioning off the sub-prime homes…. they are in to owning homes and in some cases even cars but home are a bottomless pit for money don’t be fooled as long as there’s property tax you’ll never really own it!

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  12. truthsabre7

    5 years ago

    All this does not work. I have tried. You know what works? Tell them you’ll take them to court. Then pray.

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  13. Greg9942

    5 years ago

    If you are serious in making an attempt to work it out with your lender, they will try to help you. The bank does not want your house. They are in business to lend money, not sell houses. They especially don’t want a house that they will have to fix up before they can sell it.
    The housing market is weak. If your house would easily sell for more that you owe on it, you would sell it before you lost it to the bank.

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  14. killerk3vin96

    5 years ago

    EXACTLY! that’s why i live in a box!

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  15. Oysterbluestoday

    5 years ago

    Don’t buy a house you can’t afford.

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  16. SonyProductsEurope

    5 years ago

    hmmmm….

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  17. hippys6991

    5 years ago

    pay bills, rent/mortgage, and do do anything that would make the neighbors mad.

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  18. samgoddam

    5 years ago

    when he says payment it sounds like penis XD

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  19. ExcellenceExacution

    5 years ago

    to bad we already got forecloseed

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  20. 66bluesboysam

    5 years ago

    yes 2nd view

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