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The real estate situation in the country has been hit extremely hard in the recession. Many people purchased homes during the subprime mortgage boom, and now are paying on a mortgage that is far higher than the current market value of the property. These "underwater" mortgages have created serious financial problems for innocent hardworking people that got caught in a difficult situation - through no fault of their own. The banks could make it extremely difficult to arrange a loan modification, and are more likely to move forward with a foreclosure, even when you have made great efforts to negotiate with them to resolve the problem. If you are threatened with foreclosure, it is imperative that you take action with the help of an attorney from Price Law Group.

Fighting Back Against Foreclosure

There are a variety of options to resolve this threat, including filing for bankruptcy, negotiating a deed in lieu (in which the lender will take back the property in lieu of foreclosure), a short sale or a loan modification. When you need to defend against foreclosure, it is crucial that you act quickly and contact the firm to determine the best way to resolve the issue. Some people want to keep the property, even if it is currently over mortgaged. Some individuals or families may want to walk away from a property that no longer makes financial sense. In either case, the firm can assist you.

The attorney from the firm should evaluate your situation immediately, before the foreclosure process advances any further. There are often very effective actions that can be taken to halt the process and allow you the time to make arrangements, whether a foreclosure defense, loan modification, or other option that could bring you the relief you so badly need. The attorney will act on your behalf and is very well qualified to find the best possible resolution in cases in which foreclosure actions have been initiated or will be soon.

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