A Loan Modification May Help Stop Foreclosure
December 16th 2010 Florida- As mortgage defaults continue to rise, more homeowners are exploring loan modifications in an effort to stop, or even prevent the foreclosure process.
As the holiday season approaches, many homeowners are more concerned with keeping up with their monthly mortgage payments, rather than gift shopping. The housing boom earlier this decade is now causing a huge wave of defaults and foreclosures. One of the most effective ways to stop the foreclosure process is by changing the terms of the original loan with a modification.
www.usmortgagerelief.org has helped 1000s of struggling homeowners by creating a centralized location where all loan modification programs can be made easily accessible. With the release of many new government programs like HAMP, HARP, NACA and Hope For Homeowners, identifying the best program can be confusing. www.usmortgagerelief.org has simplified the process by providing free phone consultations and qualifications.
Qualifying for a modification is not only free, but also surprisingly easy. Since credit and home equity are not considered significant factors, more homeowners can benefit by these programs than ever before.
Upon completion of the program, a majority of borrowers have reported a halt to the foreclosure process and a significant reduction in their monthly mortgage payments.
For more information on loan modifications visit www.usmortgagerelief.org or call 888-563-6060
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- US Mortgage Relief
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