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How to stop Bank Foreclosure because of back taxes?

I owe several years of back taxes. How do I stop bank foreclosure because of back taxes? I am paying the taxes as much as I can a month.


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One Response to "How to stop Bank Foreclosure because of back taxes?"

  1. Max Hoopla says:
    Is the bank foreclosing because of back taxes? A standard mortgage requires that current property taxes be paid and that you keep up fire insurance. The lender can foreclose if you don’t. The only ways you can stop a foreclosures is sweet talk the lender into backing off or threaten to file bankruptcy (and be ready to do it.) A Chapter 13 plan in which you pay the delinquent taxes and mortgage payments would do the trick but it would be better if you could avoid it.

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