There are so many things that a homeowner and or investor will need to know before purchasing a foreclosure property; they will no doubt require foreclosure help. Depending on where you sit in the market, whether you want to save your home or buy a foreclosure property there is foreclosure help available.
Knowledge is the greatest power in which to fight off our adversaries. Rest assured there is an abundance of knowledge located at your fingertips. By doing a google search you will come up with an abundance of websites that cater to your own unique foreclosure needs.
If you are a homeowner at risk of losing your home, there are websites that will help you with tips to avoid going into foreclosure, or what to do even after the foreclosure process has begun. One such website is Foreclosurefish.org http://www.foreclosurefish.com/ The site will help you to stop foreclosure proceedings.
There are humanitarian organizations such as Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity Mortgage Foreclosure Prevention Program (MFPP) for People living in the state of Minnesota http://www.tchabitat.org/content/category/6/34/28/ that can help you with various aspects of saving your home, they have qualified counselors trained in all aspects of the foreclosure help process.
They execute a comprehensive Mortgage Foreclosure Prevention Program. The Twins Cities Habitat for Humanity Mortgage Foreclosure Prevention Program provides, counseling, advocacy, referrals and occasionally they are able to provide financial assistance to the distressed homeowner. They may able to extend an interest free loan to help the homeowners get back on their feet as well.
The government, as well as other websites will provide foreclosure help on the legal aspects of the foreclosure process. It is important to know your rights and obligations. Certain government sites such as The Nevada Department of Business and Industry, http://foreclosurehelp.nv.gov/AboutPredatoryLending.html provide little known information to the homeowner and investor alike on predatory lending.
They say, “In communities across America, people are losing their homes and their investments because of predatory lenders, appraisers, mortgage brokers and home improvement contractors.” They give you some quick tips to identify the frauds and they encourage you to obtain a housing counselor to help your protect yourself from the frauds and scams.
A google search will take you to many other sites that will alert you to foreclosure scams.
Perhaps you are looking for a career as a foreclosure specialist. The home redemption Institute /http://www.homeredemptioninstitute.com/ will teach you the business in order to help homeowners save their home from possible foreclosure.
Many investors and homeowners could benefit from the foreclosure help given in newsletters. There are many sites catering to monthly newsletters that you can receive to keep up with the latest trends in the foreclosure business. These newsletters offer you advice, go over the state and federal laws, tips on buying foreclosure property, or saving your home from eminent foreclosure and more. RealtyTrac: http://www.realtytrac.com/news/press/PressNewsLetter.asp is one such site, and www.foreclosures.com also provides a newsletter that you can sign up for as well.