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Aug 2nd 2010 at 1:14 AM

Many Americans face foreclosure as of today's financial crisis. They're falling behind on their mortgage payments, and worry about the loss of their home. At the same time, many of them don't know about Loan Modification. Loan Modification is the process of lowering your interest rate and terms to provide you with a lower monthly mortgage payment. Our Loan Modification experts specialize in working with your lender to lower your mortgage interest rate, so that you can afford your monthly payments, and keep your home.

Even if you are unemployed, self employed, or have bad credit, you still have a shot at Loan Modification. If you feel that you are falling behind on your mortgage payments, you should take control of the situation before it gets out of hand. Even if you have already fallen behind on your payments, don't hesitate, apply now. Because time is not on your side.

We will help to:


  • Lower your interest rate
  • Lower monthly mortgage payment
  • Reduce the chance of foreclosure substantially
  • Get you back on your feet financially

Please to comment
Sep 15th 2010 at 9:12 AM by bnmarika1214
thank you :)
Aug 2nd 2010 at 4:21 PM by weedermann
Ideas like this bother me. If a person has lost employment, UNLESS there was a good severance payment (and the person is young and embodies other favorable demographics for quick re-employment), chances are continuing to pay a mortgage (or large debts beyond immediate monthly costs) is going to be a HUGE ordeal--even if there are arrangements to lower the monthly rate. Would not lowering the rate just extends the amount of time the debt will be paid and just ensure a greater monetary return the business? Plus making modifications will instill a sense of greater social commitment so that the person will feel compelled to keep paying even when it means no personal reserve. Your article suggest ways to maintain financial responsibility, but (to me) it is ONLY for the consumer. The business isn't required to share in the onus at all.

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