Great example of a Hardship Letter for a loan modification.
Jacksonville, Florida (PRWEB) October 18, 2013
The McCann Law Group released several articles over the course of October to help distressed homeowners learn more about hardship letters. The articles outline information including how to write a hardship letter, questions to answer in a hardship letter and showed an example of a hardship letter.
The McCann Law Group sought to release more information about hardship letters after observing an increasing trend for searches about hardship letters on the McCann Law Group website. Popular searches included “example of a hardship letter,” “sample hardship letter,” “debt hardship letter,” and “hardship letter for loan modification.”
The first article released focused on providing homeowners with a basic overview explaining hardship letters. The article’s main sections included “How to Write a Hardship Letter,” “Potential Financial Hardships to Discuss,” “Five Questions to Answer in the Hardship Letter” and “Hardship Letter Help from Foreclosure Defense Attorneys.”
The next article released sought to point homeowners in the right direction by demonstrating what an example of a hardship letter might look like. Described in the article, the key parts of a sample hardship letter include:
- Identify the intent of your hardship letter
- Identify the cause and date of the financial hardship
- Explain how this caused a default on mortgage payments
- Explain what steps are being taken to resolve the mortgage delinquency
- Identify any other money available that may be contributed to the delinquent mortgage
- Attach supporting evidence to the claims in the hardship letter
The McCann Law Group hopes its release of information about hardship letters helps distressed homeowners write more compelling letters in their quest for a loan modification, short sale or any other foreclosure defense option.
The McCann Law Group, LLP is a full service consumer advocacy law firm headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, helping families with foreclosure defense, debt settlement, bankruptcy law, and more.