Will You Be Debt Free After Your House Is Foreclosed? Probably Not, but you can learn how to protect yourself and walk away debt free/safely.
If you have decided to relinquish your home to foreclosure and just walk away feeling free of debt, here's why things my not go as planned:
- If your home was subject to a second mortgage, your mortgage company can get a judgment and garnish up to 25% of your wages.
- They can also go after your bank accounts.
- After they foreclose, not only will you not have a home, but you may still owe on your mortgage!
If you’ve decided to give up your home, Federal Law can help you eliminate your liability on your mortgages, get protection from harassing creditors, eliminate your other debt, and help you get your credit back on track in as little as 90 days.
However, just in case you changed your mind and want to keep your house, Federal Law is here to protect your home. It provides all the same benefits as mentioned above in addition to helping you keep your home.
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Regardless of whether you relinquish your home to foreclosure or decide to keep your home, you have nothing to lose by contacting me. I will sit down with you for free, and we can discuss all your options for whichever path you choose. Remember, you don’t have much time to ensure your financial protection, so you need to take action immediately.
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