For better or for worse, our business has seen a lot of new clients in the recent months in California. Two offices that we have setup throughout California seem to be overwhelmed with people needing help with their foreclosures and in general, just advice on how to stop a potential foreclosure dead in its track. We’re always here to help, and in order to make it for our clients even easier to find us, we’ve decided to open up another office in California.
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Stopping Foreclosures team is always interested in helping people who have found themselves in the danger of losing their home. In that spirit, we’re announcing an open invitation workshop for people who have problems with a foreclosure. Participation on the workshop is free. Anyone can come and listen to what we have to say.
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This is actually something that should be obvious in an of itself, but a lot of people seem to still have problems grasping this concept. When facing a potential foreclosure, it’s important that you don’t run around and spend your money needlessly. Some would say that you shouldn’t even be spending money on services like ours. That is true to some extent, however, there are some benefits that can be had by using services that Stopping Foreclosures has to offer.
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An obvious piece of advice that we think from our experience bears repeating, is that you should always make sure to read any and all letters that your lender sends you. You’d be surprised about the number of times that our clients have had problems with their home ending up in foreclosure simply because they missed a couple of notices about a change in the repayment schedule, or some other change to the agreement which is totally within contract that our client and the lender agreed on.
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Often times people, especially those who are inexperienced in foreclosures, decide that it’s OK to miss a payment or two on their mortgage or whatever kind of debt they might have. In reality, things are much different. Some lenders initiate foreclosure proceedings as soon two and even just one monthly payment is missed. They don’t play around, and neither should you with something as important as your home.
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