As the housing market improves on a national level, news reports have focused on trends like interest rates and rising prices, while high levels of mortgage delinquency and foreclosure have been largely ignored. The market is definitely recovering and that's great news but the media focus on the recovery could mean that people who are still in danger of losing their homes to foreclosure are forgotten about.
While delinquency rates have improved since the worst part of the housing and financial crash, they are still at elevated levels well above historical norms. The simple fact is that, even though delinquency numbers have dropped below 10%, that still represents millions of homeowners who are in danger of losing their home to foreclosure and don’t know what to do. If you or someone you know is one of the millions of homeowners who is stuck with a home on which you owe more than the property is worth, the feeling of helplessness can be overwhelming and frustrating.
Many people don’t realize that just because they are in danger of losing their home to foreclosure doesn’t mean they have to wait around for it to happen. With help, they can take matters into their own hands. My message for Dallas-Fort Worth homeowners in this situation is that there are options that can help them secure their future.
We make it our business to know all of the ins-and-outs of the options available for people who are in danger of losing their homes and help them meet challenges head-on.
In my new report entitled, “Save Your Financial Future: 5 Ways to Beat Foreclosure and Avoid a Damaging Credit Collapse,” I outline the options that are available to at-risk homeowners. Click on the link to download and read the report and then contact us today to schedule a free, confidential consultation.