Mortgage Relief Project
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MRP foreclosure prevention resources

The following articles were designed to assist homeowners seeking assistance with a troubled mortgage or facing foreclosure. Whether you hire a foreclosure defense attorney to represent you, or attempt the process yourself, these articles offer helpful information designed to help you better understand the foreclosure prevention process and how to best navigate it.

MRP strongly recommends hiring a foreclosure litigation attorney or foreclosure defense attorney for all mortgage and foreclosure related legal matters.

Why a Mortgage Litigation or Foreclosure Defense Attorney is Your Best Option!

7 Reasons Why You Should Sue Your Lender to Resolve Your Troubled Mortgage

Legislators Send Clear Message to Banks. Should You Sue Your Lender?

Lender Litigation: Final Answer

Securitization & Mortgage Loan Audits

Forensic Mortgage Audits: Another Useless Gimmick For Desperate Homeowners?

Choosing a Foreclosure Defense Law Firm You Can Trust!

Foreclosure Prevention
& Loan Modification

Know Which Mortgage Resolution Option is Right For You

Understanding Your Rights

Applying for Mortgage Relief

Foreclosure? Loan Modification? Short Sale? What Are My Options?

The Making Home Affordable Programs (MHA)

Stop the Foreclosure Process!HAMP Modifications vs. Proprietary (In-house) Modifications

Principal Reductions

The Truth About Loan Modification: Q&A

Assistance for Unemployed Borrowers

Writing an Effective Hardship Letter

General Information on Foreclosure, Loan Modification and Mortgage Relief

MRP can help you navigate the mortgage mitigation processTips for Navigating The Mortgage Mitigation Process

Understanding the Foreclosure Process

What is a Short Sale or “Deed-in-lieu” of Foreclosure?

The Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act and Debt Cancellation

Common Mortgage & Foreclosure Term Lexicon

Hardest Hit Fund

The National Foreclosure Settlement and Independent Foreclosure Review (IFR)

Directory of Attorney General Offices