How to Avoid a Foreclosure in Georgia
Assistance from Atlanta Foreclosure Defense Attorneys
In most cases, the
foreclosure process in Georgia is rather simple:
Step 1 – The bank sends you a notice that informs you of its intent to
foreclose and its timeframe.
Step 2 – If the money owed is not paid, then, for four weeks, the bank
can run a foreclosure ad.
Step 3 – The bank can foreclose on the first Tuesday of the following month.
If the bank fails to follow any one of these three steps, then the sale
is invalid. Regardless, the key to addressing a
foreclosure is preventing the sale before it can be completed.
How to Stop or Delay a Foreclosure Sale
If you are trying to stop or delay a foreclosure sale, consider these options:
- Review the foreclosure notices for mistakes;
- Review the real estate records to determine if there are any title problems;
- Request reinstatement figures and a breakdown of all fees owed;
- Contact the foreclosure law firm and request that the foreclosure sale
- Contact the bank and request that loan modification discussions be continued
and request that the foreclosure sale be stopped and/or delayed;
- Explore technical grounds to stop or delay the foreclosure sale;
- Short sale.
Work with an Experienced Foreclosure Lawyer Who Can Get Results!
With 20 years of experience handling foreclosures, Schuyler Elliott &
Associates, Inc is well-equipped to address the various complications
of your case. Whether you require a loan modification, an investigation
of the loan agreement, negotiations with your lender, or help seeking
additional aid from friends and family, our Atlanta foreclosure lawyer
can assist you.
Due to the fast pace nature of the foreclosure process, it is important
for you to contact legal counsel as soon as possible. The earlier you
contact us, the better your chances of stopping your foreclosure. We are
available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week so
Schedule a FREE consultation today to discuss your legal options with an attorney.