Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac offer a foreclosure reprieve, but is it?

Lending and mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have announced that it will not evict foreclosed homeowners during the holidays. From December 19 and January 2, if you have been given a notice of eviction, they will let you stay at in your home, but come January 2 the eviction process will continue.  While this sounds like a great holiday gift, all other mortgage actions will continue. This means notices of default, notices of auction sale and foreclosure auctions will continue on. Protect your home now as the banks are still moving forward with the foreclosure process.  If you have received any of these notices we are here to help!

 

We here at John F. Brady and Associates have over 25 years of experience helping families like yours with their foreclosure. We give you options regarding your mortgage situation starting with a free and confidential consultation. We review your mortgage and other obligations to give you an honest assessment of your case. Receiving a foreclosure notice from the bank can be a very stressful event, but we here at John F. Brady and Associates (California Bankruptcy Group) are helping homeowners like you keep their homes and get a new fresh start. Call us today at 800-281-3733 or visit us at www.californiabankruptcygroup.com.