Stop a Sheriff Sale or Stop Trustee Sale and Foreclosure Eviction - 7 How To Behind the Scenes Look Success Tips Released
The latest Help-To-Stop-Foreclosure.Net e-book can help homeowners with vital pockets of information that still work and new tactics or traps to avoid like the lenders “You Quality,” “Now you see it, now you don’t,” trick.
The old ways are not working too well any longer, and so the question is would homeowners like to know some practical alternative means that can help to stop a trustee sale or stop a sheriff sale or foreclosure eviction? If so the Help-To-Stop-Foreclosure.Net Special Report “Stop Foreclosure Sale or Eviction – 7 Secrets in Plain Sight Tips” is now made available as a download at no cost to homeowners.
The normal way’s people pursue assistance such as loan modifications, forbearance agreements, the REST Report, a short sale, deed in lieu of foreclosure and government programs like HAMP, and the like don’t always work or even don’t usually work at this point.
However, behind the scenes and well promoted fanfare that goes along with these methods, there are various simple yet little-known traps to avoid or important pools of information to be aware of that can help homeowners with stopping a foreclosure sale or eviction.
Also “Yes,” there can be a dark side to the use of these programs and laws too.
Remember when a government program related trial mortgage modification offer came to William and Esperanza Casco, the owners of a grocery store making all their payments on time. Then the couple wound up in foreclosure because of following the bank’s advice to make reduced payments.
Well, recently Cathy, a New York homeowner (wishing to remain anonymous at this time) says that she has had this type of foreclosure inducement happen also.
Cathy was struggling with high mortgage payments, but making all her payments on time. Then after talking with lender employees Cathy was offered to reduce the payments, with the lender’s staff saying that Cathy could make the lower payments because she qualified for the government’s HAMP program.
Cathy said during the eleven month process of satisfying the lender’s paperwork requirements that she went through the lender repeatedly told Cathy she qualified for the HAMP program and could pay $1400.00 less than the normal $3400.00 monthly amount she paid out.
Then, Cathy goes on to tell that after eleven months of paying $1400.00 dollars less than the usual sum the bank officers, all of a sudden, said it was found that she does not qualify for the HAMP program after all.
Then the lender called for eleven months of $1400.00 back payments all due and payable immediately, plus late fees and penalties. All of this added up to about $25000.00 dollars in charges.
This of course plunged Cathy into the risk of foreclosure, a situation which this homeowner is fighting even now.
This is all because the lender told Cathy to make the reduced payments, then turned around and demanded back payments of the decreased amounts.
For someone struggling with payments and wants to prevent foreclosure, they shouldn’t fall for this one, the old “now you qualify, and now you don’t quality,” “now you see it, now you don’t,” trick.
For more important information, bankers hope homeowners never find out, but owners should know because it can help them stop a sheriff sale or stop a trustee sale or foreclosure eviction, go to Help-To-Stop-Foreclosure.Net and download the e-book “Stop Foreclosure Sale or Eviction – 7 Secrets in Plain Sight Tips – Special Report 2” today.
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