Call the lender...who is it? and explain why it's late, and ask if they can "forgive" a month or two, or put the payments at the end of the balance. If it looks like your reduced income is going to be prolonged, you need to see if you can get the lender to modify the loan. You must do this in writing, and you must have all your financial info, at hand. They will probably ask you to fill out an application w updated financials. It also helps to have updated info on current closed sales/values of your Building...how is your mortgage balance in comparison to recent closed sales?
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Call your lender and explain to them your situation. They may be able to modify your loan and help you out. Or if you have owned it for a while and have equity you may be able to sell it. Just don't panic, 2 weeks is not horrible. It takes atleat 30 days to even get reported toward your credit rating.