when I purchase my home back in 2006 it sold for $348.000 now these same homes or seling for under $200.000. If I have to move it will be out of state bacause I dont have any where else to go. I need to slow down the process or stop it all together. What would a lawyer do if there client had the same problem Ive got?
My loan is with Litton Loan Sevicing Co out of Huston TX they dont originate loans. I think this is why they have been so hard headed and just wasting time.
Let me as this question and I will be finished. Should I file Chapter 13 because if I loose the house my credit is done anyway for a while.
What do you think about Loan Modification Companys who charge a fee to act in my behalf? and try to get the Loan Company to restructure the loan?
This is my last reply!
You are better off paying a lawyer, proceeding on your own, or saving the money towards the loan payments. These companies often dont do much for you and cannot handle litigation aspects as a lawyer can.
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