It's a notice to the Homeowner stating that he or she has not made the required payment to the lender by the pre-determine deadline. THIS IS THE 1ST LEGAL DOCUMENT REQUIRE TO BE ISSUED WHEN YOU FALL BEHIND ON YOUR PAYMENTS! THIS IS THE BEST TIME TO CALL FOR YOUR FREE CONSULTATION WITH OUR FORECLOSURE PREVENTION ATTORNEYS
Homeowners Tip #1 Once the Notice Of Default is recorded the Lender must wait 90 Days to move forward in the foreclosure
The NTS is the Second Step in the Lender Foreclosing on your property. This is a filing by notice announcing a Public Auction. This will then trigger the Sales Data of the property to be release to the public. *If your receiving calls this is why! It's time to speak with a foreclosure prevention attorney.
If you have received a Nod or Nts and or believe one is forthcoming contact an agent right away for your free consultation so we can discuss with you foreclosure prevention , your options and the programs that maybe available to you.
Thanks to our clients, we have been able to successfully fight against Banks, fraudulent Real Estate individuals and others who have defrauded or who have taken advantage of others throughout the country.
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Predatory mortgage lending, according to the office of inspector general of the FDIC, is “imposing unfair and abusive loan terms on borrowers.”
Our Attorneys fight on behalf of home owners against lenders.
Our Lawyers initiate the most feasible action on an individual bases and provide the best possible solution to help save your home!
We have Attorneys that specialize in residential loan modifications through various US Government programs
Including: HAMP, HARP, NACA, Save Your Home California, Flex loan modification program and FHA loan Hardship modification. We have Planned out strategies for foreclosure prevention.
This proven strategy can be applied to 99% of distressed homeowners requesting loan modification from Servicers
The legal foreclosure process generally can't start during the first 120 days after you're behind on your mortgage.
first step is to speak with a credit consultant to get a projection of what can be done in the modification time-frame .
If you’ve fallen behind on your mortgage payments and a foreclosure sale is looming in the very near future, you might still be able to save your home. You can potentially file bankruptcy, apply for a loan modification or apply for a home equity loan, or file suit against the foreclosing party (the "bank") to possibly stop the foreclosure entirely, or at least delay the process.
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