How Can I Lower my Mortgage Payment?

At one point or another, and for whatever reason, you may realize that your mortgage payment is simply too high. You no longer can comfortably afford it. If too many payments are missed, your home can go into foreclosure, or be sold in a short sale.

Of course, if you foresee that the payments are getting too high, you may have options. You could always sell the home before any missed payments occur.  However, you might not want to sell your home. Moving itself is a hassle, and if you love your home and don’t want to leave, then being forced to move can be extremely upsetting.

You may be aware that some mortgages can be refinanced, but sometimes, refinancing is simply not an option. If you are experiencing a financial hardship, a mortgage modification may be a great option.

There are many ways in which a mortgage may be modified, such as through a forbearance or capitalization of arrears. No matter how it is achieved, the end result is generally the same. The monthly mortgage payment is lowered to a more affordable amount, and the homeowners are able to stay in the home.

The Mortgage Modification Center

The Mortgage Modification Center and Attorney John S. Simonian have helped numerous families stay in their home through the use of mortgage modifications. If you are interested in learning in a mortgage modification may be appropriate for your situation, please contact Attorney Simonian at (401) 467-7998. Attorney Simonian offers a free initial consultation to discuss your particular situation.