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What is the advantage to restructuring a mortgage as opposed to refinancing?

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2 Responses to "What is the advantage to restructuring a mortgage as opposed to refinancing?"

  1. sassy2 says:
    Restructuring should come at no cost to you. Not another credit check, which is good if your circumstances have changed.
    Refinancing should guarantee you a better rate.
  2. George L says:
    In many cases, an attorney will contact your lender and get them to delay the foreclosure process without filing bankruptcy. Such a scenario allows an attorney the opportunity to negotiate a “win win” resolution for both sides. Foreclosure is generally a very costly option for lenders. In certain instances, a modification of the existing loan is a good solution. Depending on circumstances, a deed in lieu, also known as “cash for keys” or “walk away” may be the right solution to keep a foreclosure off your credit report. There are many possible solutions to resolve a situation where a homeowner is either behind on payments or likely to fall behind in the near future. Such possible solutions include a modification or restructuring of the terms of your current loan to lower your mortgage payments, a recapitalization and principal balance reduction, a rescission of your current loan (up to three years) or a lawsuit against the mortgage company for predatory lending violations if determined to be appropriate after a proper loan document audit.

    There are many other possible resolutions as well. An attorney will assist you to determine which possible option is best for you.

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