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By : Leticia Carvalho    99 or more times read
Time is of great importance if a property owner wants to stop foreclosures. He has to take actions quickly before it gets too late for him. As a property owner, he should have full understanding as to what the procedures in foreclosure are and some options that he may have to avoid it.

A foreclosure will reflect on the credit report and definitely will have negative impact on the homeowners’ part. Lenders will make some efforts to stop home foreclosure as it will save them a lot of time and of course, money.

Refinancing, as what most people think, is a very good choice to prevent foreclosure. That is not true, though. It is unlikely to happen because of the default payments of the homeowner on the present mortgage reflected on the credit report.

Another option is the loss mitigation which is a program created to have an open communication between a lender and a homeowner. The goal is to give assistance to the homeowner in order to stop a foreclosure.

The property owner can offer some deals that would be favorable to him. If the lender agreed to it because the said arrangements can be the solution to default payments and can make the property owner in good shape once again, then the lender will be able to avoid the pricey costs they may possibly spend in performing the process of filing for foreclosure.

In addition, the property owner can maintain his home and can prevent negative credit impacts of foreclosure.

Loss mitigation can be a solution to stop a foreclosure, but always keep in mind that an easy way to resolve a foreclosure does not really exist as it goes through a process. It will take a lot of time and effort before solutions would be made.

An honest communication with the lender is very essential so that better deals can be offered to the homeowner. Working together can stop foreclosures.
Leticia Carvalho has been educated in the finer points of the foreclosure market over 5 years.

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