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Loan Modification Frequently Asked Questions

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. To find out more about Loan Modifications, go to the U.S. Department Housing and Urban Development (HUD) website. 

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  • Can a bank start a foreclosure while they are in the process of doing a modification for homeowner?
  • If a writ of eviction is issued after a foreclosure, must the new owner store the evicted person's goods, or are they put out on the street?
  • In July I went to SALA to see about filing bankruptcy. I am behind on everything due to unemployment and medical bills for my son. The lawyer I saw said not to at this point because I make too little to garnish,and sent me home with some pamphlets. Now my HOA has sued and won and is putting a lein on my house.I will never be able to make the payment they are asking for. My house is free and clear. Can the HOA still take my home and leave my kids and I homeless? Or are they bound by the homestead law? Thank you.
  • My home was forclosed on 2yrs ago after my real estate agent tried for 2 long years to short sale it.  Mortgager #1 denied all offers for the first 1.5yrs, while 2nd mortgager was agreeable.  Final offer was finally accepted by Mortgager #1 but 2nd mortgager completely blocked the sale by rejecting offer.  Now 2nd mortgager still sends me mortgage bills and calls me daily to try to collect this debt!  They also report my payment as LATE EVERY MONTH! Is there any way to get them to leave me be?  Do they have the legal right to harass me even though they are the reason I went through this foreclosure?
  • We currently have a mortgage on our home as well as a home equity line of credit. If the first mortgage company forecloses on our property, can the bank that we have a home equity line of credit sue us or file a judgement on us for the amount of the home equity line of credit we used?
  • I have a first and second mortgage on my home. The value has plummetted by 35% since I bought it 2 years ago. How can I submit for a loan modification program if I have 2 loans? My only other option is foreclosure. What happens if I have to default on the 2nd, but try to stay current on the 1st? I need help!
  • Is a single unit in a large condominium complex treated the same as a single family residence under the AZ anti-deficiency statutes?
  • I am curious about the 90 day requirement to file a lawsuit for a deficiency on a foreclosed home. In my case, I had a purchase money loan and a second mortgage from the same lender. After the foreclosure, the lender has continued to keep the second mortgage in an "open" status. Is the lender barred from suing on the second mortgage past 90 days of foreclosure or do they have up to the 6 year AZ statute of limitations to sue?
  • We had a home that was foreclosed on in 2008. We had a first mortgage and a second HELC, both by the same bank. They foreclosed via trustee sale, not judicial foreclosure. Can they come after us for the total amount of the HELC?
  • Need mediator immediately= have been fruitlessly looking with no success . HOA looking to foreclose on me..........illegal fines never served to me= I am sure you know the scenario as it is very common now a days. Senior on disability and they go after us as they know we have no one to help us due to finances. If you know of ANYONE please let me know......602-705-3326 So far they have stolen 2 peoples homes that were disabled= one had sold her income property to pay them off then they continued to harass her & she had a stroke. Another women ended up on o2 due to black mold from roof leak th

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