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We’ve all heard the reports. Americans are losing their homes in record numbers, and the housing crisis seems unlikely to subside anytime soon. Foreclosures affect all kinds of people and all kinds of properties. Many people faced with foreclosure feel helpless and resigned to giving up their homes without even trying to save them. The good news is that with the right advice, homeowners can take control of the situation, avoid foreclosure proceedings, and even protect their credit. Lloyd Segal, mortgage banker, attorney, and real estate investor has spent the last twenty-five years helping homeowners save their houses. In Stop Foreclosure Now, he shows readers how to:
develop a plan to delay or stop foreclosure • understand the documents involved • negotiate with their lender • use the courts to stop foreclosure and bankruptcy • arrange to refinance their property • sell their property quickly • use military status to stop foreclosure • understand foreclosure laws in all 50 states
Timely and indispensable, this guide will help anyone survive the housing crisis and preserve their most important investment.
Lloyd Segal (Santa Monica, CA) is a mortgage broker and attorney. He is also the founder of California Foreclosure Institute and a member of the California Association of Mortgage Brokers and the Mortgage Bankers Association of America.
NOT ONE OF THE BETTER BOOKS ON THE SUBJECT. MORE INFORMATION OF A LEGAL NATURE SHOULD HAVE BEEN AVAILABLE.Published 3 months ago by jeff weber
I like this book because it goes into detail to explain Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies and then answers all the questions one might have about foreclosure. Read morePublished 16 months ago by AD Silva
For what I read it was OK I am not a good reader so I did not read much I hope read more soonPublished 22 months ago by Randy Hewitson
Very helpful. I am a mortgage broker and wanted to sharpen my skills in foreclosure process to assist my clientsPublished on November 19, 2012 by BillyB