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If you are not behind on your mortgage payments, most likely we will not be able to begin the Short Sale process. We never advise a homeowner to stop making payments. If you are current on your mortgage but are unable to make your payments anymore, contact your lender. This would be a good time to proceed with a Loan Modification. If you do, however, become behind on your mortgage payments, we can assist www. disappearingmortgage . com you at that time.
Depending on how many payments your behind. If you are behind a great margin I think they would to try to make back the money lost but if you're one or two payments behind they will give you a chance to catch up and if you fail to make any payments after they contact you they will sell.
Probably. Contact your lender while the loan payments are still current, and they'll be much friendlier and more cooperative. Don't wait until you're behind. Remember, they don't want to take your car, they want their money. Probably. Contact your lender while the loan payments are still current, and they'll be much friendlier and more cooperative. Don't wait until you're behind. Remember, they don't want to take your car, they want their money.
You will make up the payments in the refinancing deal--check with your current mortgage company. Hopefully, you have some equity that will cover this and the cost of refinancing.
No but if a home owner is behind on payments and needs a loan mod or short sale approval, proof is available at RestReport.com
Yes, you are still behind in your payments. Don't let this happen. Contact the lender and work something out.
Of course YOU WILL LOOSE YOUR HOUSE IF YOUR BEHIND ON PAYMENTS.
no more than 2 payments
If you have a legitimately signed and current lease with the landlord, and you weren't behind in your rent or had some other violation which broke the lease, and, assuming you haven't omitted any critical information (especially from that of the landlord's point-of-view), then, technically speaking, no, the landlord cannot change the locks or prevent you from entering the apartment. However, most landlords would not bother to change the locks or otherwise prevent the tenant from entering without a good reason. You need to discuss it with him/her or contact a lawyer.
Yes, no matter if your lease states it or not, the landlord can legally do this if you're behind on rent.
The push behind a current is voltage.