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What is a Loan Modification?
"A Loan Modification is a permanent change in one or more of the terms of a mortgagor's loan, allows the loan to be reinstated, and results in a payment the mortgagor can afford." Source:

Would you like a successful loan modification to lower your mortgage payment? We can help. We do this by negotiating with the lender to lower your house payment. If you are able to make structured payments, but a temporary hardship has made your current mortgage unaffordable, you may be eligible for a loan modification. We can negotiate on your behalf to lower your mortgage payment.

If any of the following apply to you we may be able to modify your mortgage payment and save your home.

  • Unaffordable adjustable loan
  • Lost job temporarily and now working again
  • Disability or illness
  • Divorce
  • Probate/death in family
  • Fallen behind in payments
  • Adjustable loan that is about to recast/reset to a much higher rate
  • Adjustable loan that is interest only
These are only a few of the unexpected circumstances which often lead to the following:
  • Unable to make mortgage payments
  • Unable to catch up on late payments
  • Worried foreclosure will start soon
  • Foreclosure proceedings have begun
We can help you. Call us at (909) 972-1616, or use the form below for a 100% free consultation.


If you have a little more time please use this form. By providing more information now, we can dedicate more time during the free consultation to finding a solution. Thank you very much, and we look forward to being of service to you. We guard your information very carefully and will protect your privacy.

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How many mortgage payments are you behind?
How much is your total monthly mortgage payment?
Total monthly net household income?
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Lender Name
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Has the lender begun foreclosure proceedings?
If so, when is the trustee sale?
Are you in or have you filed for bankruptcy since owning the home?
If so, what type of bankruptcy is it?


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