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   Mortgage Repossessions

Get a Mortgage Quote If you fall behind with your mortgage repayments, there is a risk that the mortgage company may try to repossess your home.

The threat of repossession can be extremely worrying and is something that you certainly shouldnít ignore.

If your mortgage lender is threatening you with repossession there may be steps you can take to prevent the loss of your home.

So long as you have some equity in your property and that equity is worth more than the amount you owe the mortgage company, then a remortgage could allow you to free up sufficient funds to pay off the lender and avoid your property being repossessed.

Because not many banks and building societies will be willing to offer a remortgage to someone who has existing arrears, it is important to seek specialist help right away so as you donít waste valuable time approaching lenders who canít or wonít help you.

At Clean Slate Mortgages, the mortgage consultants we work with are experts in the field of finding mortgages for people with mortgage arrears and other credit problems.

To find out more, simply complete our online enquiry form and we will pass your details to a professional mortgage consultant who will do whatever they can to help you avoid having your house repossessed.


 

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