You can MODIFY YOUR HOME LOAN and Save $1,000s

You can MODIFY YOUR HOME LOAN and Save $1,000s

Did Your Lender turned Down Your Loan Modification Request?

Modify Your Home Loan Yourself! for $1475.00 In today’s market the average cost of a loan modification with a 3rd party is
2500-3500 dollars! Why not do it yourself and SAVE BIG TIME.

Not everyone needs an expensive loan modification agency or legal firm.

Unless you are filing  a law suit why not contact your bank yourself (they prefer to work with the homeowner).

Providing the proper documents are shown, a borrower can save thousands of dollars by

preparing and submitting the loan modification request packet directly to the lender.

Did Your Lender turned Down Your Loan Modification Request?
Let Us Be Your Loan Modification Back Office Group. What You Will Need:

  • Monthly mortgage statement
  • Information about other mortgages on your home, if applicable
  • Two most recent pay stubs for all household members contributing toward the mortgage payment
  • Last two years of tax returns
  • If self-employed, the most recent quarterly or year-to-date profit and loss statement
  • Documentation of income you receive from other sources (alimony, child support, social security, etc.)
  • Two most recent bank statements
  • A utility bill showing homeowner name and property address
  • Unemployment insurance letter, If applicable
  • Account balances and minimum monthly payments due on all of your credit cards
  • Information about your savings and other assets
  •  A letter describing any circumstances that caused your income to be reduced or expenses to be increased (job loss, divorce, illness, etc.)

CONTACT US AT: 201-397-6941

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