If you are facing unmanageable or unwanted mortgage payments or if you have been struggling to pay your mortgage payments and have fallen behind on your mortgage payments and need financial relief, you may be asking yourself – Can Someone Take Over my Mortgage?
Our Company, GVC Property Solutions Inc. (GVCPS), is a real estate investment Company that is headquartered in Vancouver, BC. We specialize in taking over mortgages and payments and the property associated with it. If you have been wondering “can someone take over my mortgage?”, our Company, GVCPS, can take over mortgages for any property type that includes; houses, duplexes, town homes, condos and multifamily residential projects that are any price, in any condition and in any location of the Lower Mainland, BC, Fraser Valley, BC and Squamish, BC.
We understand the stress and hassles that you face when you are experiencing unmanageable or unwanted mortgage payments, when you need to sell your property but cannot sell through traditional methods or when you just want out of your real estate situation for any reason. Contact us today with any questions that you have 604-812-3718 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We offer free consultation and we do not charge any real estate fees or commissions.
Mortgage Problems and Solutions – Can Someone Take Over My Mortgage
Finding a solution to your financial difficulties requires early intervention and a well-organized plan. The first step is to ask your mortgage lender or mortgage professional about options that are available to you for managing your current financial situation. Your mortgage lender may be able to assist you by arranging more flexible payment options, particularly if you have paid previous lump sum pre-payments or if you have previously chosen an accelerated payment schedule.
At times, a debt consolidation loan is advisable and your mortgage professional can arrange a loan that meets your needs. In every case, the options available to you will depend upon your individual financial circumstances. You may also want to discuss your situation with other related financial professionals, such as your financial planner or accountant.
It is important to be honest with your mortgage lender if you are having financial problems and to immediately discuss any mortgage payment difficulties you are having with your mortgage lender.
If your mortgage lender cannot offer you a solution to your mortgage difficulties of struggling to pay the mortgage, YES, Someone can take over your Mortgage. If you require financial relief from unmanageable or unwanted mortgage payments for any reason, our Company can take over your mortgage payments real estate and the property associated with it. Contact us today to discuss what solutions we can provide to your situation. We offer free consultation 604-812-3718 or www.gvcps.ca
If you cannot pay your mortgage, unfortunately, foreclosure will be inevitable. Clients facing these difficult times are usually confused with the Foreclosure Process in BC. Furthermore, you are often left with few options such as refinancing and tend to avoid doing anything to stop mortgage foreclosure. This is the wrong thing to do.
If you are facing pre-foreclosure and need help to stop foreclosure, our Company can take over your mortgage payments foreclosure and the property associated with it. We have a highly experienced team of mortgage brokers that can help you take the first step towards a financial solution. Our Company also has many lenders who may be able to help you with your situation. Time is of the essence when you are facing foreclosure, contact us as possible to stop mortgage foreclosure 604-812-3718 or www,gvcps.ca
What Options Do You Have to Stop Foreclosure? Can Someone Take Over my Mortgage?
Acting fast keeps the best options open to you, however, options are few at this point and fast action on your part is imperative to keep your best options viable. If you take action immediately, options available to you may be that our Company will either take over your mortgage or we can help you reinstate your mortgage, if your mortgage lender will still allow you to bring your mortgage up to date. Depending on your individual circumstances, reinstating your mortgage may be achieved by applying for a 2nd mortgage or utilizing alternate funds to bring your mortgage payments up to good standing.
When our Company takes over your mortgage or helps you to reinstate your mortgage, these 2 options are usually the least expensive options because a 2nd mortgage is more cost effective than refinancing your 1st Mortgage. By bringing your 1st mortgage up to date with alternate funds or applying for a 2nd mortgage, we will essentially stop foreclosure in its tracks.
If you have come to the realization that selling your property is the best option, it may be worth listing your house on MLS through a realtor or contact a Real Estate Investment Company that buys property without charging real estate fees or commissions. Our Company, GVCPS, buys property quickly and we do not charge any real estate fees or commissions. We buy property that is any price, in any condition and in any location in the Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley and Squamish, BC.
Our Company will also take over mortgage payments real estate and take over mortgage payments foreclosure and provide you with flexible, pre-negotiated terms that can give you the best value for your property that can provide you with more money with none of the hassles normally involved in selling.
Our mission is to counsel our clients to understand their individual needs and then provide our clients with the best solution to their situation. We can either buy your property quickly for cash or in most cases, we take over your entire mortgage payment as well as all of your other monthly financial obligations regarding the property on your behalf that may include; property taxes, property insurance and monthly strata fees if your property is a strata. We provide free consultation to discuss the different options that are available to you. We are available 7 days per week including evenings until 9:00 pm. Call 604-812-3718 or email: email@example.com You can also contact us 24 hours a day through our Confidential Form (click here).