“With this latest resource, we’re looking to help people avoid a foreclosure, prevent losing their home through being foreclosed and to keep living their share of the American Dream.”
Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) September 3, 2010
YourHouseIntoCash.com now offers individuals a new resource with information and advice on how to avoid foreclosure with the latest addition of a new “Avoid Foreclosure” section to its website. The section, which provides an array of frequently asked questions on how to avoid foreclosure, gives users the opportunity to learn about the necessary steps they must take to be successful and prevent foreclosure.
“In today’s still shaky economy, thousands of homeowners continue to struggle with mortgage payments and the threats of foreclosure,” said Gordon Sands of YourHouseIntoCash.com, a leading group of real estate investors. “With this latest resource, we’re looking to help homeowners prevent foreclosure and also learn how to save money with a refinanced mortgage loan to help avoid losing their home through being foreclosed by refinancing to a lower interest rate and monthly payments.”
Foreclosure is the legal process in which the mortgagee/lender (for example the bank that lends money) obtains a court-ordered termination of the mortgagor's/borrower's (the person/company who borrows the money) right to redemption of equity in the property.
Most foreclosures happen during recessions, but many also happen during the best of economic times. If you are facing these problems please realize it is not your fault and that foreclosures can happen to anyone, even the richest of the rich.
There are many reasons people fall into pre-foreclosure and eventually face foreclosure, but the most common reasons are medical/ health related. If you cannot pay your mortgage payment on time each month or are facing foreclosure you NEED to take action today!
The website also explains your options once you are in foreclosure and what steps to take, as well as a page on the reasons why filing for bankruptcy to prevent being foreclosed may not be the best option.
“There are a lot of people out there who are facing the real possibility of losing their homes and their dreams to foreclose, but have no idea where to begin or what to do,” Sands said. “This page offers the perfect opportunity for them to learn more and get started as soon as possible, before time has slipped away.”
YourHouseIntoCash.com is made up of real estate investors who buy houses across the United States, presenting fair offers within 24 hours. The site is run by Win Win Win Properties, Inc.
To learn more about how to avoid foreclosure, visit the company’s latest resource section at http://www.yourhouseintocash.com/stop-foreclosure/index.html.
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