Free Guide: 5 Ways You Can Stop or Avoid Foreclosure In Today’s Market
Learn how to avoid foreclosure, stop the foreclosure process, and your 5 main foreclosure avoidance options with this free guide.
After reading this simple to follow 6 page guide you’ll know:
- How you may be able to still save your credit during your foreclosure
- The 5 ways some banks are working with borrowers to lower payments or even sometimes eliminate payments (if you qualify)
- Why a “Notice of Default” can limit your options (and what to do this week if your bank has already filed a Notice of Default against you)
- The 5 options to stop a foreclosure that’s already happened
In the end, foreclosure is never fun and doesn’t always end well.
But, when you’re armed with the right information, know all of your options, and can make a well educated plan… your odds of coming out of this foreclosure situation with as little long-term damage as possible increase a lot.
Download the Free Foreclosure Guide by entering your information to the right. We’ll email you the pdf of the guide so you can go through it at your own leisure. You’ll also receive other tips and help from our Foreclosure Avoidance team to help you make a well informed decision.
Education is the best way to arm yourself. If you haven’t been in communication with your lender, you’ll want to start today! Give them a call and explain the situation you are in and see what options they have available before they start the foreclosure process.
Florida has a foreclosure timeline the lenders and courts follow, you should know more about it too. Foreclosure usually starts with a few missing house payments. When this happens lenders usually file for a Notice of Default. If you’ve reached this step, you still have options but you do need to take action. The timeframe to answer the court as to whether you can pay, state your case as to why you shouldn’t be foreclosed on is small. You’ll need to have this answer within 10-20 days and the lender will move forward with a Summary Judgement Hearing. Here you can state your case, it is recommended you find a good real estate attorney to help you through this process.
There are options every step of the way and there are professionals who can help you. Our Stop Foreclosure Guide can help you before you even enter this process. Download it now.
Once you go to court for foreclosure, time is against you and your options start to dwindle. But it’s important to know you still have options to save yourself from ruining your credit and having foreclosure affect you for the next 7 years. Working with a home buyer is one of your best options.
You need to work with a professional home buyer who will have your best interest in mind. Helping you to find a solution that works for you.
At Structured Home Buyers, we’ve been in the business of helping home owners with problem properties for over 5 years and our team has combined 30 years of experience. We’ve seen all types of real estate situations and most importantly have learned each one is unique. This has taught us to become very creative in how we find solutions for each homeowner. We strive to put you in a better situation than you are currently in.
When we make an offer to buy your home, our offer is our word. Those numbers don’t change over time. Our no-obligation evaluation and cash offer state all of our terms in a straightforward manner. If you agree to sell the house to us, we agree to buy it for all cash and to close within 7-10 days…guaranteed.
You don’t need to work the newest investor on the block and let them tie up your home for months with empty promises of closing the house. You won’t need to worry about professional home buyers making and offer only to come back in a few days saying they have to lower what they can pay due to some “unforeseen” repair issues. As Structured Home Buyers, when we make and offer, you have our word and guarantee we’ll close within 7-10 days. Letting you move on to a better situation and making it a win-win for everyone!