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MONA LISA GREY
NewBee
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What a Canadian family can do to avoid, stop or delay foreclosure or power of sale?

Canadians in general are not aware of their rights.When facing a foreclosure or power of sale,there are few options available for them.One of the most exercise option they do is ignore.
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RON ALPHONSO
Buzzer
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There are a few things you can do to stop a power of sale or foreclosure.
First get any documents that a lawyer has sent to you.
Determine if the lender just wants to be paid or is the lender taking your house.
Call the lender tell them you are trying to get them their money.
If you need a lawyer or advice go to our site.
We can stop a foreclosure or power of sale buy getting you a new mortgage.

For more details, please go to my site www.powerofsalesontario.ca
 
 
 
NAVTAJ CHANDHOKE
NewBee
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Mona Lisa,

You know the answers.It is in our website.FYI here are the 2 links..

Follow the steps if you are a Canadian family facing power of sale or foreclosure
http://www.worldwealthbuilders.com/what-to-do-foreclosure.html

Power of Sale Help in Ontario
http://www.worldwealthbuilders.com/free-ontario-power-of-sales-help
 
 
RYAN MCGOVERN
Senior Buzzer
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Funny that @Mona Lisa Grey asks a question about foreclosure, and @nav comes in with some very "helpful" links to a site which @Mona Lisa Grey mentioned in an unrelated Chat conversation. What are the odds?!?
 
 
NAVTAJ CHANDHOKE
NewBee
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Ryan,

You are right on.It is a glitch due to miscommunication.That's why I posted the links for others.

Cheers!
 
 
UZAIR FAISAL
NewBee
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ROB PHILLIPS
NewBee
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I have found a guide on how to avoid or stop foreclosure.There are some tips and you can have your house through this. Have a lookhere. I think this will help you guys aswell.
http://www.webuyclthomes.com/go/stop-foreclosure/

 
 
DAVID HYDE
NewBee
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As far as I can see, no one has explained exactly what the real situation is on a mortgage, mostly, I think, because few people bother to analyse the documents they sign. maybe this website will educate you.
www.virconnect.com/bankfraud
 
 
RON ALPHONSO
Buzzer
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Hi David

You are quite correct, there are very few people that will explain the foreclosure or power of sale process to the home owner. Only a real estate lawyer or a very specialized mortgage broker like myself has the experience to analyze the documents and give an informed decision. There are many different documents such as : "Notice of Sale Under Mortgage", Statement of Claim", Writ of Possession", "Eviction Notice", Judgements, "Court Orders", "Executions". There is also the time frame that relates to each document.

We try to give everyone the best possible information as it relates to their situation, my best advice is call me at 416-499-2122 to discuss options if you are facing a foreclosure or power of sale.

We have also noticed that in GTA areas such as Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton and Newmarket and Oshawa where house prices have increased the banks are not as aggressive. I believe the reason is that rising house prices gives the property more equity and the banks feel more comfortable with the risk.


 
 
ROBERT HOLBROOK
NewBee
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Hi There is help available to you - contact www.stoppowerofsaletoronto.com .  We use a team approach to put you back in control.  The worst thing you can do is ignore this situation and allow the lender to take over and sell your home.  You will receive an eviction notice which gives the lender the right to evict you and your family from your home.  With the proper help you can correct this situation.  Call Robert at 416-569-0846 or visit our site.
 
 
 
 
 

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