Are You at Risk of Foreclosure?
We have years of experience in working with families who are facing foreclosure. Regardless of who your lender is, we may be able to help you as well. At Allied State Foreclosure, we care about you and your family, not your lender!
When you consult with us, we will concern ourselves only with those things that are in your best interest. Our consultations will cover a broad array of financial issues so we can fully evaluate your circumstance and advise you on the best possible course of action for you.
You may be at risk of foreclosure if you:
- Have been denied a mortgage modification
- Missed a mortgage payment
- Are a victim of predatory lending
- Are upside down on your mortgage
- Have lost your job or have reduced income
Attempting to Work With Your Lender
Unfortunately many people make an effort to work with their lender after they have been served with a foreclosure notice. Many homeowners find it difficult to work with their mortgage company under any circumstance. Although it may be acceptable to attempt to negotiate with your lender prior to legal action being taken against you, once the legal action of foreclosure has taken place, speaking with you lender is not just pointless, it’s dangerous to your legal standing as a homeowner.
Under any circumstances, your mortgage company will always seek arrangements that are in their best interest. However, once they have initiated a foreclosure action against you, it is unwise to communicate directly with them with a legal advocate. Your mortgage company will not tell you your rights under the law or provide you with information that would be in your interest.
Foreclosure Is A Legal Action Against You
What many homeowners fail to understand is that a Foreclosure is in fact, a law suit filed against you by the lender. However, you do have rights as a consumer and as a homeowner. After you speak with one of our Foreclosure Defense counselors, we will be able to advise you on your rights and assist you in obtaining the help you need that may prevent foreclosure.
You Must Act Quickly
The foreclosure process can take place quickly. Waiting to take immediate action on your own behalf is never in your best interest. Contact Allied State Foreclosure right away and get the facts and information you need to make an informed decision. Your consultation is free and completely confidential. Contact Allied State Foreclosure online using a confidential form and a representative will call you at a time you specify.
Call our offices today at (888) 228-2992 and speak with an experienced Foreclosure Defense professional to find out how we may be able to help you.