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Foreclosure Help

There are many reasons mortgage payments may be late.  DON’T BE A TURTLE!  GET Foreclosure help IMMEDIATELY!

Whether the loss of employment, a sharp decrease in income, a sudden change in the family situation or medical circumstances; there are a variety of reasons anyone might find themselves in a place where they are unable to keep up with the mortgage payments on their home and in need of foreclosure help.  Waiting for someone else to make the first move is the biggest mistake a homeowner can make.    As soon as you become aware that, for whatever reason, your mortgage payment will not be on time in any given month – DON’T BE A TURTLE!  Pulling into a shell and shutting out your mortgage lender is the worst thing you can do.  Be proactive, take charge of your situation and seek foreclosure help.  Do the best you can to work with your mortgage lender and utilize the many resources available to homeowners.

What You Need To Know

Understanding The Foreclosure Process
Colorado Foreclosure Law
What Is A Short Sale?
How To Find A Foreclosure Realtor

Staying In Your Home

Are You At Risk Of Losing Your Home?
Foreclosure Options
5 Steps For Getting Out Of Debt
How To Avoid Foreclosure

Colorado Foreclosure Resources

Colorado Public Housing Agency Contacts By City
Colorado Housing Authority Contacts By County
Colorado HUD Contact Information

Foreclosure Help

Still have questions, or just need a friendly shoulder to lean on?  Cindy understands that facing the possible loss of your home is an emotional time.  Give her a call to talk through your foreclosure help options and what will work best for you and your family.    Direct line to Cindy:  303.912.1478

Important Notice regarding MARS (Mortgage Assistance Relief Services) Disclosure:
RE/MAX Alliance and Cindy Marlowe are not associated with the government, and our service is not approved by the government or your lender. Even if you accept this offer and use our service, your lender may not agree to change your loan. If you stop paying your mortgage, you could lose your home and damage your credit rating.