Delaware Home Loan Modification – Modify Your Mortgage in Delaware

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The banks in Delaware as well as in the whole world are facing the issue of foreclosed homes. Foreclosure is a process of allowing the bank to recover its losses caused by a defaulted loan by means of acquiring the right to possess the debtor’s goods and eventually selling them to earn money. Borrowers that are unable to pay their rates increased in the last few years because of financial reasons. What happens is that the number of foreclosed homes increased as well. The market is now overwhelmed by the increasing number of houses that are for sale – this is the banks’ frantic efforts in recovering the money they invested into the mortgage.

In Delaware, the situation is so awful that even though houses are being auctioned at 25% less of their actual value, they are still not sold. The government decided to lend a hand to the banks because these financial institutions were very close to collapse. They enforced a new law last year permitting the initial contract of mortgage to be modified if needed.

Anybody who faces this kind of problem is eligible to apply for a loan modification. If you are unable to pay your debts, this will mark as a loss for you and the bank since they will not get any profit from them. This new program endorses an open relationship between the mortgagee and mortgagor. The bank will have to take care of your best interest, simply because it is to the banks’ advantage. You have to provide concrete evidences of the fact that you are currently incapable of keeping up with the monthly rates.

The lender will try to find the solution for you in solving the problem. In addition, the length of the mortgage time can be lengthened to get smaller rates to suit your limited budget. The reduction of charges, fees and penalties is possible. Because of this set up, banks will choose to receive money from you instead of obtaining your house that is of no use for them. After several years as initially foreseen, the bank will obtain the entire sum of money they invested back. Seek a lawyer, if you feel incompetent in dealing with the entire process of re-negotiation regarding the terms by yourself. Read carefully the new contract and its contents before signing it. Ask questions especially if you have doubts.

Thanks to this law, the percentage of foreclosed homes decreased. A 38% decrease was achieved since this new law has been approved.

Delaware Mortgage Companies

Citizens Bank – Ogletown Acme
1 University Plaza
Newark, DE

Wells Fargo – Dover Parkway Remote Mb
137 S Bradford St
Dover, DE

Citizens Bank – Hockessin Acme
128 Lantana Drive
Hockessin, DE

Citizens Bank – Milford
652 North Dupont Highway
Milford, DE

Citizens Bank – Smyrna
5 West Commerce Street
Smyrna, DE

Abundant Solutions, LLC
PO Box 807
Wilmington, DE

Bank of America – Greenville
TD Bank
(302) 326-2022
1001 Songsmith Drive
Bear, DE

Wells Fargo – Pike Creek
5801 Limestone Rd
Hockessin, DE

TD Bank
(302) 351-4560
2035 Limestone Road
Wilmington, DE

Delaware Legal Services

Delaware Volunteer Legal Services

Assistance: Foreclosure
Location: New Castle, Kent and Sussex Counties
Phone: New Castle County: (302) 478-8850
Kent & Sussex Counties: (800) 773-0606
Services: Delaware Volunteer Legal Services (DVLS) is an organization of volunteer attorneys who assist low income clients with problems in a variety of areas. To be eligible for free legal services, you must meet federal poverty income standards and have a meritorious civil legal problem. DVLS assists clients with problems relating to Protection from Abuse, divorce and custody cases involving domestic violence, guardianships, housing, Landlord / Tenant, wills, government benefits, home ownership and consumer issues.

Legal Services Corporation of Delaware Inc.

Assistance: Foreclosure
Location: Statewide
Phone: (800) 773-0606
Services: LSCD is a non-profit organization that offers legal advice and assistance to people who cannot afford a private attorney. LSCD works to give low-income individuals an opportunity to exercise the rights they have been granted by law.

Avoid Mortgage Scams Delaware

Attention homeowners: If you think you have been a victim of a scam, or approached by a scammer, report it to the Loan Modification Scam Prevention Network now! Your complaint could provide vital information that will help put loan modification scammers out of business.

Call 1-888-995-HOPE (With your permission, the complaint will automatically be shared with federal, state and local law enforcement)