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Renegotiate Mortgage | Avoid Foreclosure | Mortgage Renegotiating Tips

While it is not advertised, most of the mortgage lenders out there are more than willing to renegotiate the terms of a mortgage deal after you sign the dotted line. Renegotiating interest rates on a mortgage loan is one of many options available to home owners who want to keep their houses but have problems paying the monthly mortgage payment. If your mortgage payment is due and you're unable to make your monthly (or weekly) mortgage payment due to a job loss or another situation beyond your control, don't ignore it. Pick up the phone and call your bank because they can sometimes help protect your credit and help you stay in your home. Your mortgage holder doesn't want to volunteer to help you, especially if they don't know you're experiencing problems making your mortgage payments. First thing you need to do is to make sure that you have all your information together. You need to be put together a good case for your mortgage bank. This is true whether you are renegotiating with TD bank, renegotiating with RBC - Royal Bank, renegotiating a mortgage with CIBC or Firstline, Renegotiating with BMO - Bank of Montreal, renegotiating your mortgage with Scotia Bank, renegotiating with First National, Renegotiating with MCAP, renegotiating with any credit union or even if its a renegotiation with a mortgage company or private lender. Often times a mortgage broker can help. Same idea apply if you are in the United States trying to renegotiate with a US bank.

Good luck
with renegotiating your mortgage.

2 comments:

steven said...

Fixed or Variable mortgages? It's a complicated choice. Thankfully this video highlights both options.


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Tom MacDonald said...

Some good advice. Make a phone call and try and fix the problem. The worst thing you can do is not deal with it and hope it goes away. Lenders don't want to go through the hassle of a foreclosure, and you definitely don't want to ruin your credit rating with inaction.

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