Avoiding Foreclosure: Basic Workout Options
Here are some ways to avoid foreclosure.
Last Minute Strategies to Stop Foreclosure
If you're facing foreclosure, you might be able to stop the process by filing for bankruptcy, applying for a loan modification, or filing a lawsuit.
Your Options to Avoid Foreclosure
If you’re behind in your mortgage payments, you might be able to avoid a home foreclosure with one of these options.
Ten Steps You Can Take to Prevent a Foreclosure
If you are a struggling homeowner in danger of falling behind in your mortgage payments (or if you’ve already fallen behind), you should be proactive when it comes to saving your home from foreclosure. Your mortgage lender doesn’t really want your home and will likely work with you to keep you in
Using a Reverse Mortgage to Prevent Foreclosure
For homeowners 62 and over, a reverse mortgage could help avoid foreclosure. But it's usually not the best option.
Avoiding Foreclosure: Can Someone Else Assume (Take Over) the Mortgage?
Learn what it means to “assume” a mortgage loan and how an assumption might be able help you avoid a foreclosure.
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How Can I Delay a Foreclosure?
Learn how you can slow down—or perhaps permanently stop—a foreclosure.
I lost my job, can I get help with my mortgage?
If you're unemployed, you might be able to get a mortgage forbearance, loan modification, or temporary financial assistance to tide you over.