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How to prevent losing your home in Arizona

| Oct 12, 2018 | Real Estate Transactions |

One of the most stressful aspects of struggling financially is the prospect of losing your home. This can be especially true if you are a family with dependent children, since losing the family home may mean losing the connection to all the memories made within it.

However, there are many alternatives to foreclosure, and the best option for you will depend on your circumstances. You will always have a better chance of avoiding foreclosure if you take action early and start looking into your options. The following are some of the most realistic ways to avoid foreclosure.

Modify your loan

If you are struggling to catch up with missed payments on your mortgage but are still able to afford the current monthly payments, you may be able to modify your loan so that you can replace the missed repayments using the equity in your home.

Get a payment plan

If you are struggling to pay the repayments on your mortgage, you may be able to convince your bank to put you on a payment plan, thereby allowing you to pay less for a certain amount of time so that you can recover financially.


Filing for bankruptcy, contrary to common opinion, does not necessarily mean that you will lose your home. Bankruptcy filings can help you pay off your debts while keeping the family home.

If you are struggling financially and you are worried about facing foreclosure in the future, it is important that you take the time to learn about your options. Taking action early on can prevent you from getting into difficulties.

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