Find Out Foreclosure and Its Bad Effects

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Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Preferred Realty Ltd.

Foreclosure is a process whereby the ownership of a property is taken away from the homeowner when he/she defaults to make his mortgage payments. There are several reasons that lead to foreclosure on a property. Some of them are unemployment, divorce, separation, death, over-expenditure, and bad investments. In case you are envisioning a foreclosure on your property, you need to know about the various effects that foreclosure can have.

Apart from losing your property, it will lead to the loss of equity that you have earned on your home over the years. This can result in losing a huge amount on your property. You will also find it difficult to borrow any further money in the future as the foreclosure will destroy your credit profile by reflecting on your credit report. It may even prevent you from renting apartments or get employment somewhere.

One of the biggest effects that foreclosure can have is over-stress and tension that can lead to bad health conditions, heavy depression and dealing with social embarrassment.

The mortgage company may keep on chasing you for damages. It can also lead to the loss of your job, as some companies demand sound credit histories from their employees. You must immediately make your move to prevent foreclosure on your home instead of just sitting back.




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Ann Hayden
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Sash,

Now I think banks may be more willing to work with their clients...  People should at least try.

Ann

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Monique Hailer
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I wonder if anyone at the bank have any common sense. MAybe they should become a Realtor and see what's really happenning out here.

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