About Legal Alliance Network
Our aim at Legal Alliance Network is to give guidance and assistance to families suffering financial hardship that can lead to foreclosure or eviction.
Since you are visiting our website, there is a real possibility that you are presently experiencing a very difficult time with your finances. There are plenty of homeowners that find it difficult to fulfill their monthly financial commitments, such as the mortgage payment.
Our team of specialists has the ability to give detailed guidance and advice on the best course of action. This will include a wide range of financial solutions that have the potential to assist your needs. However, with the number of federally funded programs on offer, it is difficult to determine which is the most appropriate for your particular circumstances. Also, they have specific eligibility requirements that must be met.
Due to the fact more and more homeowners are fighting the foreclosure process by either stopping them altogether or at least stalling means there is a higher chance today that you will be able to keep your home.
Why not get in touch with our helpful, experienced and knowledgeable counselors who will be able to look over your details and give practical guidance to minimize the risk of losing your home. If you are able to comply with the specific criteria set out by the different programs, you will have the option to apply for a finance package that can modify and make future mortgage payments a lot more budget-friendly. By taking the right steps and talking to our company there is the real possibility of preventing foreclosure and saving your home.
WEAK MORTGAGE INCOME HURTS U.S. REGIONAL LENDERS
Weak refinancing, thanks to higher interest rates, took a bite out off regional banks’ earnings in the second quarter and loan growth remained sluggish, mirroring trends seen at larger banks.
9TH CIRCUIT REVIEWS PART OF FORECLOSURE LAWSUIT AGAINST U.S. BANK
A federal appeals court has revived part of a Hawaii property owner’s lawsuit alleging that U.S. Bank tried to discourage competitive bidding when it sold her house at foreclosure so it could buy it for itself at a bargain price.
The Making Home Affordable Program (MHA) is a critical part of the Obama Administration’s broad strategy to help homeowners avoid foreclosure, stabilize the country’s housing market and improve the nation’s economy. You may now be eligible for:
- Principal Reduction Programs
- Lower Interest Rate
- Lower Mortgage Payment
- Second Mortgage Consolidation