We are real estate and mortgage experts that are helping homeowners in distress. Our loan modifications are backed by experienced attorneys. We will help you stay in your home. We understand how difficult times are in this market. Many homeowners are struggling with their payments.
We work with experienced attorneys and companies to get the best result possible. Contact us at your earliest convenience for a free consultation. 818-566-1616 x 101
Frequently asked questions:
What can loss mitigation do for you?
The goal of loss mitigation is to work out an agreement between the homeowner and the lender that will stop foreclosure proceedings permanently. This allows the homeowner to stay in their home and protects their credit history.
How long do I have to act?
Time is of the essence when you are behind on house payments. We can work with the lender even if you are not behind on your payments. Each day that passes makes it that much harder to get a work out agreement with your lender that you can live with.
How long does it take for you to complete the case once we fill out all of the paperwork?
Anywhere from 2 weeks to several months. This depends on the stage of foreclosure you are in, your financial position and your lender.
I've already talked with my lender and they just want all their money. Can you still help me?
Yes. Most of our clients have experienced this kind of inflexibility from their lenders before calling us. We get your bank to listen to your needs because they know and trust us. Our integrity and professionalism have earned us a reputation that allows us to be heard when no one else can get through the red tape. We will use our experience and connections to your advantage.
Should I file for bankruptcy to save my house?
Maybe. The American Bar Association has reported that 96% of homeowners who declare bankruptcy end up loosing their home to foreclosure anyway. Bankruptcy is very unlikely to help you save your home. If you declare bankruptcy you will likely end up with BOTH a bankruptcy and a foreclosure on your credit report. That being said, there certainly are times when bankruptcy is appropriate and we recommend you consult a reputable attorney should you think you need it.
What if I can no longer afford my home? Can you still help me?
Yes. If you are certain that you cannot afford your home any longer and wish to sell, we can help you to secure a short sale payoff. Our real estate department will do this no cost to you.