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Loan Modifications or Loan Restructuring
A large number of clients will find themselves needing a Loan Modification Plan to stop foreclosure. There are two types of loan modifications; one is if you can afford your monthly payment, the other is if you cannot afford it.
If you can currently make your regular monthly mortgage payment, but you can’t catch up with the past-due amount, we can negotiate with your lender to fold any past-due amounts, including interest and escrow, into the unpaid principal balance, spreading the amount behind over the life of the loan (capitalization loan modification). This new amount will be re-amortized over a new period of time.
If you are unable to make your mortgage at your current payment, we can negotiate with your lender to potentially stop foreclosure and get the payment brought down to a more reasonable amount. This may be accomplished by any combination of the following loan modification plans: interest rate reduction (rate reduction loan modification); spreading amount behind over the life of the loan (capitalization loan modification); loan extended for a longer period of time (capitalization loan modification); principal reduction modification (principal reduction loan modification).
In February 2009, Obama introduced the Making Home Affordable Program (MHA) to help homeowners get relief and avoid foreclosure. Under the MHA Program is the HAMP Program.
The Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) is to help homeowners avoid foreclosure by modifying their loan to a level that is affordable and sustainable over the long term. Borrower eligibility is based on a few factors, such as being delinquent or facing imminent default, property is the borrower's residence, mortgage was originated before January 1, 2009, and principal balance must not be larger than $729,750. If eligible, payment may be adjusted to 31% of the borrower's total pretax monthly income. AFS can help get your loan HAMP approved.
All loan modification plans are intended to modify the loan payment to avoid foreclosure and achieve the best payment plan possible. A loan modification will change your existing mortgage note and give you a fresh new start in managing your home loan. Your account should be brought current immediately.
We have examples of loan modification documents from actual client cases found on our Workouts Page. These are only a sampling of the loan modifications we have received. These documents are on the mortgage company letterhead for authentication. You can see the actual reinstatement amount versus how much they had to come up with as a down payment. These are only examples and not a comprehensive listing of all the workouts we have achieved.
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IMPORANT NOTICE – PLEASE READ There is no guarantee you will receive a loan modification. Even if you accept this offer and use our service, your lender may not agree to change your loan. Loan Modification approval is dependent on criteria including but not limited to hardship, income, debt ratios. American Foreclosure Specialists is not a Bank, nor a government agency or government affiliate. Our services are not approved by the government or your lender. American Foreclosure Specialists assists in the document preparation, working with and communication with your Mortgage Bank in the attempt to acquire an approved Loan Modification. If you stop paying your mortgage, you could lose your home and damage your credit rating. Loan Modification Plans are dependent upon mortgage company criteria and financial information gathered as part of the efforts of AFS. The information and notices contained on this website are intended as informational and should not be regarded, as financial or legal advice. AFS attempts to ensure that the material contained on the website is accurate and complete at the date first published, however you should recognize that information contained on this website may become out of date over time. Readers who have particular questions regarding real estate law, finance, or who believe they require legal counsel, should seek the advice of a financial advisor or an attorney. Submitting a contact request, gives AFS consent to contact you by telephone and/or email, even if you have previously listed yourself on any state or federal Do-Not-Call List.