Avoid Repossession: Mortgage Help Website

The government estimates thousands of people are suffering with their mortgage repayments at the moment. Many are unsure where to get the right advice. Websites like our own are a good way of getting free impartial information on who can help. Many companies advise a quick sale of your house. Some pushing it on you for their own financial gain. Although in some scenarios, the immediate sale of a home can be the best option, it doesn’t always mean that it is the right one.

The government has set up a new website to help those who are currently finding it hard to make their repayments. The website is called MortgageHelp and has been set up by directgov.

The site provides info for:
- People struggling to pay their mortgage.
- People who have missed mortgage payments.
- What to do if your lender is threatening repossession.
- What to do if you have been issued with a court appearance for repossession.

The site encourages you to take action if you are facing problems, raher than just trying to ignore the situation. The site intends to provide free and impartial advice on wherre to gain assistance. It encourages getting a plan of action and the steps you can take to keep your home and avoid repossession.

It is estimated that over 200,000 families are getting government assistance in order to stop their home being repossessed. If you require help, don’t be afraid to ask for help and make sure you take the right steps in your situation.

If you are facing having your home repossessed or want further information on property repossession, visit Repossessed Homes UK.

One Response to “Avoid Repossession: Mortgage Help Website”

  1. G’Day! Repossessedhomesuk,
    Thanks for the above, Having to stop repossession is an unfortunate, yet common occurrence among a lot of people at some point in their lives. Repossession of a material object is traumatic for anyone who knows the person who is the target of the act itself. A lot of material goods can be repossessed by a creditor or lender. Indeed, pretty much anything that you miss a bunch of payments on can be taken away from you through repossession proceedings.
    I look forward to your next post
    – Paul @ http://www.repossessed1.com

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