Forbearance with Wells Fargo
I am way behind on my mortgage with Wells Fargo. I have a foreclosure sale date of 1 June 2010. The only thing my mortgage company will agree to is a forbearance where I pay them $5,450.00 now and an additional $950.00 a month on top of my mortgage payment for the next 2 years which I can not afford to do. I would love to be able to save my home but fear it is to late or the mortgage company/Investor will not help me with any other options.
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