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djash01, Home Buyer in 89117

Does the state of Nevada offer any programs to bring my loan current?

Asked by djash01, 89117 Thu Jun 12, 2014

I am behind on my payments by a huge amount. I would like to bring my loan current and the loan is held with Bank of America. Bank of America is not offering a loan modification. They reject the application without giving any reason.

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Hank is offering you great advise, and I suggest you give him a call.

I finance people everyday who have experienced exactly what you are going through, and they all have one thing in common,.........they wish they would have been more proactive earlier and stopped the bleeding so they could move on with their life. You can finance again in time, but you can't start "healing" until you make a change. Do yourself a favor and don't beat yourself up trying to save a sinking ship.

ALL THAT BEING SAID, If you have equity.......you have options to finance. But if you do not, I would suggest a short sale as soon as possible.

I hope you can find a solution to your problem. If you ever need advise, you can always feel free to call me.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jul 10, 2014
Hello Djash,

It appears that you have a direct answer from Bank of America, which is the entity servicing your loan.
If they are not going to work with you on a modification,..then you may want to consider putting the property up for a short sale. I am sure that this isn't the answer that you want to hear but I don't sugercoat anything. I always tell it like it is,..even if it stings.

I understand that it is difficult to comprehend selling your home when you don't want to, . but the alternative to that is to sit and wait for foreclosure.

The lesser of the two options would be the Short Sale.
It will be easier for you to get back into home ownership after a short sale then it would be after a foreclosure.

Following a two year period,,.. if you keep up on your other payments,...Auto Loans, Credit Cards...etc,... you can get into an FHA loan with onlyy 3.5% down and purchase a home again.
If you wait 3 years,... you will be qualified as a First Time Buyer and there are several grant programs available that will contribute to down payment and closing costs...

I would be happy to discuss this with you further. I believe in providing as much information as possible so that a Homeowner can be properly informed before they make a major decision.

Feel free to call or email me at anytime...

Hank Lauzon III
Signature Real Estate Group
9525 Hillwood Drive #120
Las Vegas, NV 89134

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