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Fight Foreclosure!: How to Cope with a Mortgage You Can't Pay, Negotiate with Your Bank, and Save Your Home Paperback – March 14, 2008
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From the Back Cover
With a Take-Charge Strategy for At-Risk Homeowners
Millions of homeowners are at risk of losing their homes. Are you one of them? If so, you need this practical, step-by-step guide to help you take action before it's too late.
In Fight Foreclosure!, David Petrovich offers honest advice on all of your options, weighs the pros and cons of each, and shares smart, practical strategies for lowering your payments and keeping your home. He points out the too-good-to-be-true foreclosure rescue offers you should avoid, and offers real alternatives that worknow!
Petrovich is a mortgage banking insider who understands the loan servicing industry inside and out. And he understands the pressure you're under. Don't worry! You're not alone. Inside, you'll find the calm, professional advice you need to manage your financial crisis, including topics such as:
The foreclosure time-clockwhy acting early is critical
Handling collection calls
Cutting expenses and rebuilding your budget
Negotiating with your lender
Utilizing all your legal defenses
Using bankruptcy to save your home
Selling your home to avoid foreclosure while saving your credit
Finding legitimate help and avoiding rescue scams
About the Author
David M. Petrovich is Executive Director of the Society for the Preservation of Continued Homeownership, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) Corporation that provides preforeclosure counseling to financially troubled homeowners. He has investigated allegations of predatory lending, mortgage loan servicing error, fraud, and untoward realty transactions for the Mortgage Bankers Association of America, and his career in real estate spans more than twenty years.
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Top Customer Reviews
Let me repeat the three most important things distressed homeowners should do to save their home.
1. Face the problem--contact the lender
2. Contact a housing counselor
3. Avoid foreclosure prevention companies or foreclosure "recovery" scams--don't pay unnecessary fees to these companies, and never sigh away title to your property.
I only give four stars because there is no root cause explanation of subprime crisis. You will find it in Peter Schiff's book Crash Proof: How to Profit From the Coming Economic Collapse (Lynn Sonberg Books)
Al Lewis, Attorney