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   Reversing a Repossession

Get a Mortgage Quote Has your home been repossessed by your mortgage lender? Are you in the process of being evicted?

If so, there is still a chance that you could save your home, but you need to act fast!

Once a mortgage lender has obtained a repossession order against your property, you have fourteen days in which the decision can be reversed.

During this short period of time, it is possible that you may be able to arrange a remortgage to pay off your current lender and stop yourself being evicted from your home.

A specialist mortgage adviser can normally arrange a new mortgage within fourteen days, so long as you have sufficient equity available in your property. Generally, this means that the amount of your outstanding mortgage, plus any arrears, needs to be below 85% of the value of the property.

To find out if you can avoid being evicted from your home, complete our online enquiry form today. We will then put you in touch with a specialist repossessions consultant who will discuss your situation with you free of charge and without any obligation to proceed. All enquiries are treated in strictest confidence.


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