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Any homeowner knows that having your home repossessed is a nightmare scenario. It’s surprisingly easy to be in a situation where you need to stop repossession. You may have fallen behind with your payments and have no way of catching up with them meaning that your mortgage lender will take you to court and you could lose your home.
The first thing you must do to stop repossession is to contact your lender and explain the situation, letting them know what finances you have coming in and going out. They may give you a short-term payment plan to give you a chance to get your finances sorted out and this will stop repossession for the time being. To completely stop repossession of your property the quick and easy way, give one of our friendly experts a call today on 0800 118 5006.
If you find you are having problems you must face facts head-on if you want to stop repossession happening. You may find that you haven’t got your regular monthly payments due to losing your income by suffering illness which is not your fault, or even becoming unemployed. In some cases an arrangement with your lender cannot be made and unless you seek another option, you cannot stop house repossession happening.
One of the ways you could stop repossession is to sell your home, but this could take time and be costly. Alternatively you could also consider taking out a remortgage on your home that will lower the rate of interest you have to pay back. For the easy way to stop repossession of your home, pick up the phone now and dial FreePhone 0800 118 5006 to speak with one of our repossession stopping experts.Stop Repossession And Keep Your Home,
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We are not authorised by the FSA to provide advice or service for sale and rent back activities.
Also we cannot offer any kind of financial or debt advice so if you feel you need further advice about your finances we would suggest you enquire with a suitable debt help counsellor or contact your local Citizens Advice Bureau or Homeowner Rescue Advice Centre as there are other solutions to managing your debts & you should take as much qualified advice as possible before making the major decision to sell your home.