Avoiding Foreclosure in Los Angeles
Avoiding foreclosure in Los Angeles can be tricky to navigate. There’s a lot of bad information and scams out there that can get you into trouble if you don’t know what to look for. The most important part to know if you intend on avoiding foreclosure in Los Angeles, is you must be aware of the time frame. It begins when you receive a Notice of Disclosure, which means you have about 3 months before the bank with put you into the final stage: The Trustee’s Sale. We can help you better understand this process so you know what options you have at each step.
But first, you must get clear about your intentions. Are you trying to save your home? Or have you come to the conclusion you can no longer afford it and you’d like help avoiding foreclosure in Los Angeles by selling your house now and getting the best offer possible?
It’s important to know that these sort of situations can happen to anyone and they are nothing to be ashamed of. We are here to help, not to judge. So what will it be….
“Keep My Home”
- Find federally funded programs
- Find state funded programs
- See if your situation qualifies
“Make Me An Offer”
- Let us know about your situation
- We’ll evaluate it quickly
- You’ll receive a fair cash offer
Want To Learn More About Avoiding Foreclosure in Los Angles?
We have a few guides that are are helpful if you are in foreclosure and want to know more about avoiding foreclosure in Los Angeles. We created free online guides to help homeowners find solutions and help getting out of the sticky situation you’re in.
You aren’t the first person to go through a foreclosure… and won’t be the last. So don’t feel ashamed. It happens.
The best thing you can do right now is educate yourself on your options. For some people selling your home is the best option, sometimes we’re able to help homeowners STOP FORECLOSURE completely, and sometimes there are other options. So, click one of the buttons above to get your free foreclosure guide. For more information on learning about foreclosure, we recommend the following resources (both of which are government programs:
You can also click on the “Keep My Home” botton above or if you need to speak with someone call 310-658-8252. You can also start by filling out the short form below: