Halcomb Singler has experience negotiating on behalf of homeowners who have fallen behind on their mortgage payments. Many homeowners do not wish to file bankruptcy and want to be able to keep their home, but are not comfortable contacting their mortgage company or wonder if there is a better option than offered by the mortgage company.
The following are examples of solutions Halcomb Singler may attempt to negotiate on your behalf:
This is an agreement whereby the terms of your original agreement with your mortgage lender may change. It may be possible to decrease your monthly payment through a reduction in interest, reduction in principal, or by putting an arrearage at the end of your mortgage.
Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure
This is a process where you deed your property to the bank and the bank agrees to accept the house in full payment of the loan. Halcomb Singler can speak with the mortgage company and review any documents you are asked to sign to make certain that the mortgage company will not be able to attempt to collect on the loan if you deed back the house.
Mortgage Foreclosure Defense
Halcomb Singler can help Indiana homeowners who are attempting to modify their mortgage loans even if a foreclosure lawsuit has already been filed. Indiana law allows a homeowner to request a settlement conference with their mortgage company during a foreclosure case to see if an agreement can be reached that will resolve the mortgage foreclosure lawsuit. Our Carmel-based attorneys can also represent you at your mortgage foreclosure settlement conference.
For a free legal consultation regarding foreclosures/loan modifications, please complete and submit our contact form or call us directly at 317.575.8222. Evening and weekend appointments are available.
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