Loan modification negotiation can be very frustratingPosted by Site Admin on Thursday, May 26th, 2011 at 7:13pm.
The entire loan modification process is flawed. The loan modification process is designed to fail. The biggest problem is that the lenders do not realize how much the housing market has declined. They think that kicking you out of your home will make them more money. The negotiations are all based off of how much the lender can squeeze out of you. They won't stop squeezing you until you repay every dime plus interest, attorney fees, and any other junk fees they can tack on. As a result, many loan modification customers end up paying more than their home is worth. Maybe they have a $450,000 mortgage, but their home is only worth $300,000. The homeowner can afford a payment equal to a $300,000 mortgage. However they can't afford to pay a $450,000 mortgage.
Has your home declined in value? If so, then you must bring your lender to reality. If you can prove that the home has dropped in value, then they will be more likely to accept a lower payment.
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