By Ralph R. Roberts, Lois Maljak, and Paul Doroh, with Joe Kraynak
Save your home, keep your equity, re-establish your credit!
Facing foreclosure? You need to do three things: stop worrying about why this has happened to you; resolve to fight the foreclosure and save your home; and read Foreclosure Self-Defense For Dummies. It delivers the knowledge, strategies, and tactics you’ll need to take command of your situation and achieve the best possible outcome.
This practical, no-nonsense guide helps you size up your options and increase your chances of saving your home. You’ll find out how to delay foreclosure, form a plan of attack, negotiate solutions with your lender, and restore your financial health. You’ll also find field-tested strategies for dodging the foreclosure trap, getting out from under a house you really can’t afford, and finding help where you might least expect it. Discover how to
- Regain your emotional composure
- Confront your foreclosure head-on
- Protect your rights
- Assess your situation and weigh your options
- Touch base with key people who can help you
- Stop the financial bleeding
- Team up with your lender to find solutions
- Work out a refinancing deal with another lender
- Avoid quick-fix schemes and scams
- Cash out before it’s too late
- Recover from foreclosure
- Re-establish your credit
Most homeowners facing foreclosure mistakenly assume they have only two options — pay up or move out. As Foreclosure Self-Defense For Dummies reveals, most homeowners have over a dozen viable options from which to choose. We encourage you to explore all of your options, so you can decide on what’s best for you… instead of having someone else lead you astray.
If you or someone you know is facing foreclosure, this no-nonsense guide helps size up all the options and increases the chances of saving the home. You’ll see how to delay foreclosure, form a plan of attack, negotiate solutions with your lender, and restore your financial health. Discover field-tested strategies for dodging the foreclosure trap or getting out from under a house you really can’t afford.