It’s really hard to say specifically, for any given lender. I would recommend that you go directly to your lender and discuss the issue with them.
In most situations, lenders want you to succeed, because if you have to go into bankruptcy, then the lender won’t get anything. Also, it is important because lenders are required by law to offer their debtors a lot of opportunities to avoid foreclosure. However, many of these options are time-dependent, and the opportunity expires after 60 or more days, before you legally can go into foreclosure. Therefore, you absolutely must talk to your lender ASAP.
Hector Milla Editor of the “Best Loan Modification Companies” website — http://www.BestLoanModificationCompanies.com — pointed out;
“…There are several things that you could do to avoid this. It really is very important, in fact, that you avoid foreclosure, even if you have to pay money to do so. You simply do not want that kind of thing on your credit report, as it would cost you a huge amount of money in the long run. You could, for example, short sell your home, which means selling it for less than the total amount owed if the lender allows that amount of money to count as the entire debt…”
As said before, the lender will want you to be able to pay your entire debt, so they probably will be willing to work with you. They may even allow you to renegotiate the terms of your agreement, allowing for a longer period of time over which the debt is paid or lower interest rates.
Also, you could obtain the services of a foreclosure assistant expert. This may be a better solution, as you will be getting the help of somebody who has gone through this process hundreds, if not thousands, of times and knows everything there is to know.
“…This person will not only give you legal advice in this area and analyze your agreements for loopholes or ways out of your situation, but will also help you to draw up a comprehensive financial plan that will cover all of your bases and help you to never reach this situation again. The value of these services cannot possibly be overestimated…” H. Milla added.
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