September 19, 2008


Quick Hint to Stop Foreclosure

Just a very quick steps to stop home foreclosure.  Some of these ways involve keeping your house and some don't. It's essential that you are honest about your situation when choosing which method to proceed with.

  • Borrow Money From A Friend or Family Member 
The Best Option If You Can Pay Your Mortgage Going Forward.

  • Negotiate a Forbearance Agreement 
In certain situations your bank will let you pay off your past due amount over time.

Sometimes your lender will modify your loan or put the balance you owe at the end of your loan.

  • Sell Your Home Through A Real Estate Agent 
If you can't keep up with your payments get out now.

  • Do a Lease Buy Back 
Sell Your Home To Investor with The Option To Buy It Back.

  • Live in Your Home While Giving Up Partial Ownership 
Sell a portion of your home or equity in return for the right to keep posession of your house.

If you owe more than your house is worth this might be your only option.

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September 11, 2008


Loan Modification

A loan modification is a permanent change in the terms of a mortgage note. Recently loan modifications have become more popular, because of rising foreclosures. It is less expensive for a bank to modify a loan than it is to foreclose.Generally when a loan is modified, the interest rate is lowered so that the payments are more affordable. In the case of foreclosure, the loan term can be extended, and the late payments can be added to the end of the loan.

The more problems that you have paying your mortgage, the more likely your lender will allow you to modify your mortgage.Recent studies have shown that a Loan Modification costs a lender 40% less than a foreclosure. Banks are in business to make money.

If they have to take your home, they lose the profit that they would have made on interest, and may lose several thousand dollars on the sale of your property.If you are in an adjustable loan or your payments are unaffordable, it is in your best interest to see if you qualify for a modification.

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September 9, 2008


Refinancing Home Mortgage?

Refinancing home mortgage is a procedure of taking a new home mortgage, with new terms intended for closing the old home mortgage.While you close your old home mortgage, you have to pay some closing costs. If at the end of the process, all the payment of the new mortgage, with all additional costs, including the closing cost, are less than the total payments of the old mortgage, it is worthwhile for you to do that. Saving your home frome foreclosure is the most important thing.

Do not let to the plenty of complicated economic terms to confuse you. Make some research on the Web. Go to three or four officials lenders and get a good professional counsel. After you will get all the information and details, make a comparative table that helps you to make a decision. Remember, its cost nothing to check if you can make refinancing home mortgage and it could save you a lot of money. 

Thats why were here, National Modification Corp will work to clear away the attorney fees, the late fees, reposition all the late payments back into your loan, lower your rate, and lower your payment. Most importantly, NMC's will negotiate a payment that you will be able to afford.No matter what stage of foreclosure that you may find yourself in today or even if you are just a few months late, this may be the time for you to get that second chance.

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September 5, 2008


Steps in Refinancing your Home

Having home mortgage and thinking about refinancing? Should you do it? And if you decide to go ahead with refinancing, what is the best way to do so? You want to make sure that you get the best deal from refinancing your home, otherwise you're defeating the purpose. Here are some quick steps that you need to take to make the most out of refinancing.

  • Assess whether or not you really want to refinance your home. You should think about your reasons for refinancing so that you know if you're getting the deal that's right for you.
  • Do a research. Look into the market and see what the general rates are for refinancing your home.
  • Get your credit in order. You'll get better rates on refinancing if you have good credit.
  • Make a list of questions to ask a mortgage professional. At the top of the paper, list your reason for getting a loan so that you can always keep it at the forefront of the conversation
  • Find a mortgage professional that you're comfortable working with. You can find one online or you can go to your bank and work with someone there. Make sure that you are comfortable with the lender.
  • Sit down with the mortgage lender and go over different loans that are available to you. You should make sure to ask if you qualify for any special loans.
  • Be patient. If the loan doesn't seem to fit, hold out for a better one. The market is regularly changing and you shouldn't refinance at the wrong time just because you're desperate for some cash.

Refinancing your home can be a great way to adjust your home spending to meet your changing needs. You just need to put in a little work to find the right loan, the right lender for your situation.

Contact us so that we can discuss further regarding your mortgage problem.

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September 1, 2008


Loan Modification - Benefits and Advantages

First of all what is Loan Modification?
A Loan Modification is a permanent change in one or more of the terms of a mortgagor's loan, allows the loan to be reinstated, and results in a payment the mortgagor can afford.

What benefits you can get?
  • No negative impact to borrower’s credit score
  • Avoid foreclosure, keep the home and still be able to sell it at market value
  • Modification doesn’t impact community’s home values (since the deed is not transferred)
  • Debt “forgiven” instead of settling through legal proceedings
  • Create a new loan scenario that works with your financial situation
  • Faster with less paperwork and red tape

Whats the advantages of Loan Modification?

  • Lower interest rates
  • Stop foreclosure
  • Reduce principal balance
  • Catch up on delinquent payments
  • Turn your adjustable loan into a fixed loan

But still there are more benefits and advantages using loan modification program, thats why National Modification Corp is here to help your mortgage problems.


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August 25, 2008


What is Loan Forbearance?

Forbearance means you are allowed to delay or reduce payments for a short period of time with the understanding that another option will be used at the end of that time to bring your account to a current status. Your lender, if in agreement, will then temporally cease legal actions.

Lenders may agree to combine your Forbearance with a Reinstatement or a Repayment Plan if you know you can provide the needed funds to bring your account current by a specified date. This plan works for people who have just experienced a sudden living expense increase or income loss. We will negotiate with your lender to explain this hardship and hopefully get you the time you need to readjust your spending and recover financially.

What is a deed in lieu of foreclosure?

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August 22, 2008


Home Loans Modification

As a national leader in foreclosure negotiation, the company provides lay out of services and solution for loss mitigation problems. If for whatever reason you are currently behind on your mortgage payments or foresee that you will soon be unable to continue making your payments.In this way you'll have your options, whatever happens we are here to help you.

National Modification Corp work with bothered homeowners nationwide to
avoid such foreclosure and justify its associated negative credit impact.

What Makes Us The Best For You?

  • We Stand Behind the Work We Do
  • Custom Analysis for Each Client
  • Unparalleled Customer Service
  • Monitor the Progress of Your Modification

Foreclosure situations tend to be extremely time sensitive so please contact us today.

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