Phoenix and Scottsdale Loan Modification Attorney
A combination of high unemployment rates and the crash of the housing market has caused many Phoenix and Scottsdale homeowners to fall into financial distress. If you are struggling to make your mortgage payment on time and are worried about foreclosure, speak to a professional about your options.
Predatory loan modification companies are on the prowl and looking to profit from your misfortune. Don’t fall into one of their traps.
Contact Wright Law Offices online or call 480-845-0145 for a free consultation in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe or Chandler. We will analyze your financial circumstances and identify if a short sale is your best option.
A short sale allows you to sell your home for less than you owe on your mortgage, with your mortgage lender forgiving the lost difference. The process is lengthy (usually lasting six months or longer) and requires first finding a buyer, and then getting the bank to approve the short sale.
If you are considering a short sale, speak with our knowledgeable Arizona short sale attorney. Though a short sale can help you avoid
foreclosure and allow you to start fresh in a new home, you may still be liable for taxes related to the sale.
Working with a lawyer during the short sale process can ensure that the correct steps are taken, that paperwork is completed correctly and that proper procedures are followed. At Wright Law Offices, we can also assist in negotiations with the bank in an effort to get you the best deal possible and ensure that your debt is canceled. We can even assist in working with a real estate agent to market the property.
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mortgage modification, another potential way to stop foreclosure.
Contact a Phoenix Short Sale Attorney
Contact Wright Law Offices online or call us in Phoenix or Scottsdale, Arizona, at 480-845-0145 to schedule a free consultation. We would be happy to answer your questions and tell you about our approach to foreclosure defense.
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