It is possible to stop
a foreclosure sale. It is a matter of
being well-informed and working quickly.
Here is some of what you need to know about how to stop
Time is your enemy. As soon as the foreclosure process
starts, you are on the clock. That clock will move quickly and
your options for saving your home will get more expensive and
fewer the closer you get to your sale date. You need to
understand how quickly that clock is going to move for you if
you ever hope to stop your foreclosure sale. How quickly your
sale date comes up depends on the laws in your state. Every
state has a different timeframe when it comes to foreclosure.
You need to know what that timeframe is if you ever hope to
know and understand your options.
Panic is useless. When you start to panic, you will start
saying and doing things that you regret. If you
want to stop foreclosure sale on your house, you are
going to need to work with your bank. You are not going to get
anywhere with them by getting emotional. Try to put your
emotions in check whenever you deal with your bank.
Gather as much information as you can. The more you know,
the better prepared you are to fight. A good place to start is
with all of the documents that you've gotten from your bank
and your bank's lawyers about the foreclosure. If you take the
time to read them, you will be able to get more information
about when your foreclosure sale date is scheduled and what
your legal rights are both before and after the sale date. If
you don't understand something in this information, take the
time to learn about it by either researching it yourself or
asking someone who knows about foreclosure to help you.
Another good resource is your state, city and county websites.
They will have information about what your state's foreclosure
laws are and very likely, they will also have free resources
to help you.
You can stop mortgage foreclosure
and stop the foreclosure sale of your home. Get informed, work
quickly and do not allow your emotions to take over.