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Beware of Foreclosure Scams

People are always looking for a new way to make money, unfortunately it is not always done in an honest manner. With foreclosures on the rise many people have seen this as an opportunity to cash in on. To avoid being scammed there are a few things to look out for.

  1. Be sure to NOT sign any papers you don’t understand.
  2. Get everything they promise down in writing.
  3. Do not think that just by signing the deed to someone else you are relieved from your loan obligations. If your name is still included in the documents you are still held accountable.
  4. Have your lawyer get involved before entering any deal involving your home.
  5. Never give money upfront.

Some common scams include:

  • Equity stripping, when a lender offers an outrageous loan to help you avoid foreclosure, these loans are based on your equity and not your ability to pay. So once you default on the loan they will foreclose on you.
  • Loss Mitigation Consultants, there are many people out there offering assistance to homeowners in trouble who are unqualified to do so. Beware of anyone who is looking to collect money up front, and do your research before agreeing to work with a firm.