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Can't I get a loan modification on my own?

If you are one of the thousands of desperate homeowners who have already tried to contact their mortgage company about loan modification then you probably already know the answer to this question.   If they speak to you at all you will probably get a different answer from each representative you speak to.  If you write or send your application to your bank directly, you will often get several conflicting replies from different divisions or departments.  If you want someone who can cut through all the red tape and get your questions answered you should speak to a Kansas Loan Modification Attorney at Rick Hodge, Attorney at Law. 

With the tremendous volume of foreclosures over the past several years, mortgage lenders and banks have been overwhelmed and are often very slow to provide help to the many homeowners who want to keep their property.  In spite of the fact that it is to both your and the bank's interest to prevent foreclosure, the truth is the system is neither efficient nor simple.  We can help you because we know the steps necessary to motivate your bank to want to work with you.

A Loan Modification Lawyer Can Make Things Happen

When you meet with us, we will explain how the process works, what your fees will be and what you can expect.  We will review your existing loan carefully to determine whether your mortgage contract violated any of your rights or was in any way an illegal document or "predatory" loan.  Any such legal violations will put you in a much stronger position to demand a new and better mortgage.  We also review your current loan to see if you should reduce your interest rate or restructure the loan terms in other ways.

Just as with any other complex financial negotiation, your success is much more likely when you have proven and experienced legal representation.

If you are threatened by foreclosure and have questions about getting a loan modification, contact a Kansas Loan Modification Attorney at our offices today. 

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Rick Hodge, Attorney at Law - Kansas Loan Modification Lawyer
Located at 700 N. Market Wichita, KS 67214. View Map
Phone: (800) 836-3617