How to Keep Your Home in the New Year
If one of your New Year’s resolutions for 2016 is to keep your home despite some financial setbacks from this past year, Korte & Wortman, P.A. can help you achieve your goal. One of our experienced foreclosure attorneys will review your case and develop a strategic plan that will get you on the track to financial stability in the New Year.
When facing foreclosure, one of the most important things you can do is to be proactive. The further behind you become, the harder it will be to reinstate your loan and the more likely it will be that you will lose your house. And contrary to popular belief, mortgage lenders want to work with homeowners to resolve these types of problems. The earlier you contact them, the more options you will have available to you.
If your financial problems are short-term and you need a temporary solution, you may want to consider reinstatement, mortgage forbearance or a repayment plan. If long-term solutions or adjustments to your loan are what you need, then loan modification or partial claim are your best bets. Finally, if keeping your home is not an option, a short sale, assumption or deed-in-lieu of foreclosure might be the answer.
Despite there being many avenues you can take to avoid foreclosing on your home, it is still a very stressful situation to be in without the guidance of legal counsel. Your first meeting with one of our foreclosure experts at Korte & Wortman, P.A. is always free. From there, we will evaluate your current financial situation and will notify you of what the charges will be moving forward.
At our firm, we take foreclosure defense cases very seriously. We understand that nothing is more debilitating to a family than losing their home. It is by far most families’ biggest asset and the one that provides the most stability. We take immediate action, striving to avoid foreclosure and save your home. We will appear in court for you. Our lawyers understand what it takes to defend a foreclosure action in court. You can let the legal system work for you in the foreclosure. The bank’s lawyers know the easy victory is from those homeowners who do not defend themselves.
Korte & Wortman, P.A. is a law firm specializing in defending those injured through foreclosure. Based in West Palm Beach, our firm represents clients throughout the state of Florida and across the eastern seaboard. With expertise in all aspects of real estate law, the attorneys at Korte & Wortman also represent clients in real estate closings, property tax appeals, condominium and HOA disputes and landlord-tenant disputes. To learn more, visit www.foreclosurefactor.com, or call 561-228-6200.