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When the mortgage financial crisis hit in 2008, millions of Americans were forced into underwater situations, (when you owe more on your mortgage than your home is worth) due to inflated home values. This meant few could refinance their mortgages until the government came out with home affordable programs that allowed mortgage loan balance reduction and encouraged mortgage loan modifications. Few Americans were aware that mortgage loan modifications have been negotiated for years prior to the mortgage industry meltdown. Today, the making home affordable program is winding down, as are several state specific programs but many Americans are still struggling to make their monthly mortgage and housing payments.

Steps To Reducing Debt Cont. wants to match you to a debt counselor experienced in mortgage loan negotiations. We want to help you avoid bankruptcy and avoid losing your home. The process of negotiating your mortgage loan debt may be similar to when you took out the mortgage in the first place with a few exceptions. The lender still needs to know your income and expenses, but wants to know what caused the financial hardship. (Was it income loss, unexpected expense of a medical procedure, natural disaster or emergency home repair?) The lender needs to know whether you can still afford the mortgage if they work out a new payment structure with you. A negotiated Mortgage Loan Debt Modification can save you thousands of dollars over the life of the loan, but more importantly to most, it can allow you to keep your home, stay in the same school district, and stabilize your financial situation. A home is a big obligation. Fill out the form for your free consultation to discuss how to get the help you need to make yours more affordable for you and your family.

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