Attorney-Assisted Mortgage Loan Modifications

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Attorney-Assisted Mortgage Loan Modifications 

We know it can be hard to keep up with your mortgage payments, especially if you’re still working to pay off your student loans and other debt, like a car loan and credit cards.

A mortgage loan modification could help cut your monthly mortgage payments by changing one or more terms of your home loan:

  • Lower your interest rate
  • Reduce your principal balance
  • Get more time to repay

The loan modification program available through Think Debt Relief is an attorney-assisted mortgage modification program designed to provide you with professional legal help for renegotiating the terms of your mortgage debt.

Get lower monthly mortgage payments — without refinancing.

You don’t need to be behind on your mortgage payments or in foreclosure to get better loan terms. The legal professionals in the Think Debt Relief network can negotiate with your mortgage company for lower mortgage payments even if you haven’t missed a payment.

Put a network of experienced attorneys and legal professionals to work for YOU.

Are you tired of getting nowhere with your mortgage company? Do you keep getting transferred, disconnected, or put on endless hold every time you try to call for help with lowering your mortgage payments?

Put an end to the runaround. With the Think Debt Relief loan modification program, you’ll get help from experienced, licensed attorneys and legal professionals who are on YOUR side. They’ll cut through the red tape to get your lender to pay attention.

97% of qualifying homeowners who use the Think Debt Relief legal network get a mortgage modification.*

This network of independent attorneys and legal professionals will work with your lender to modify your current mortgage and negotiate lower mortgage payments that you can afford.*

  • Cut your monthly mortgage payments by 20–40%*
  • 2nd mortgages, 2nd homes, and investment properties O.K.!
  • NO fees to apply
  • NO closing costs, title fees, or escrow fees
  • NO credit checks or appraisals required

Federal help not available to you? You have options.

If you currently owe more than your house is worth, you’re falling behind on your mortgage payments, or you’re already facing foreclosure, you may qualify for the government’s refinance and loan modification program rolled out in March 2009 as part of President Obama’s Making Home Affordable initiative.

If you need to refinance or modify your mortgage, make sure you look into your federal options first.

But if you don’t qualify for a refinance or a mortgage modification through the government program, you could still get the mortgage help you need through the Think Debt Relief loan modification program.

Mortgage loan modifications offered through Think Debt Relief.

* Not all homeowners will qualify for a mortgage loan modification through Think Debt Relief, and Think Debt Relief does not guarantee any specific modification results. Modification results and enrollment in the Think Debt Relief mortgage loan modification program are subject to qualification and acceptance into the loan modification program. Actual results will vary based on individual situations and lenders, the current terms of your mortgage, and your ability to meet the terms of your modified mortgage. A loan modification is not a guarantee against foreclosure if you fail to meet the terms of your modified mortgage.

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