Foreclosure is worse than bankruptcy.  (For additional help, please fill in the form below).

Reason #1: Foreclosure is now hurting people's ability to get another job or alternative housing. Applications many times include the question, "Have you ever had a property foreclosed on?", which often hurts applicants worse than the question, "Have you filed for bankruptcy in the last 7 years?".

Reason #2: Foreclosures are a matter of public record, while bankruptcies are only accessible as part of your credit report.

Reason #3: Lenders consider foreclosures more serious than bankruptcies. 
Homes can often be bought 2 years after bankruptcy.  With a foreclosure on record, lenders may often decline home loans 4 years or more after a foreclosure.

Some Information About Bankruptcy

 

  • An arrangement must still be worked out with the Mortgage Company to repay the past due amount.
  • If you are 1 day late on any trustee payments your case "may" be dismissed, the stay will be lifted and you will be back in Foreclosure.
  • The Mortgage Company can work around the Bankruptcy and still Foreclose.

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