You would like to borrow money to reorganize your finances or possibly make some improvements to the home.
What should you do if you are getting close to bankruptcy or foreclosure? How not to lose your property and survive? This article will answer these two and other important questions and provide you with useful information on how to avoid foreclosure and the need to file bankruptcy.
No matter what type of debt you have, whether it is a credit card debt or a student loan debt, refinancing can become your way out.
Nowadays, a lot of Canadian homeowners apply for mortgage refinancing to access the equity in the property and get lower interest rates.
Power of Sale is a legal provision that allows the actual owner of the property to sell if or when the borrower defaults on their mortgage.
Facing a foreclosure? Wondering what options you have to stop foreclosure proceedings? Take a look at our new post to get more information about bankruptcy and how it can help you avoid foreclosure.
Failing to pay mortgage payments every month may lead to the bank or mortgage lender taking action to repossess the home.