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Foreclosure Defense and Loan Modification Blog

How To Tell If You Can Save Your Home From Foreclosure

Posted by Maxwell Swinney

Saturday, December 10, 2016

When you take out a mortgage to buy a home, your plan is to never miss a payment and live in the house until you pay off the mortgage or sell the property to buy another home. So what happens when the plan goes awry and you miss payments? You're at risk of losing your home to foreclosure, obviously.

However, foreclosure doesn't happen like flipping a light switch. In judicial foreclosure states the foreclosure process is long and filled with legal procedures that most homeowners aren't familiar with and don't understand.

It can be hard to tell when you're fighting for a lost cause, and when you should keep fighting, and how. Here's a look at some of the things that happen, and how to tell if you could still keep your home when they happen.

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Topics: stop foreclosure, i have a foreclosure sale date, how to stop foreclosure, loan modification, foreclosure, writ of possession, summons and complaint

Using Your Statutory Rights to Adjourn a Sheriff's Sale in New Jersey

Posted by Maxwell Swinney

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Homeowners in New Jersey have a right to adjourn a sheriff's sale of their home for 14 days for any or no reason by paying a small fee.

And this can be done twice.

This foreclosure avoidance tool is called a statutory right to adjourn sheriff's sale. (Adjournment means a temporary postponement of a court action.)

It's not a permanent way out of foreclosure, and it doesn't cancel the sale, but it's a great tool for homeowners to use to temporarily stop the sale of their home when no other option is available.

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Topics: new jersey foreclosure process, i have a foreclosure sale date, prolong foreclosure, foreclosure defense attorney new jersey

What Are Your Options After A Foreclosure Sale Date Has Been Set?

Posted by Jake Sterling

Monday, May 6, 2013

When you default paying your mortgage, the lender can initiate the foreclosure process on your home. The foreclosure process is usually stressful and scary. What do you do when you have a foreclosure sale date in a few months?

When you receive a foreclosure sale date notice from the court, you should act fast and contact a competent foreclosure attorney to determine your options to stopping the sale. Even with the foreclosure sale date in place, the lawyer can still get the date postponed and find ways to save your home.

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