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Foreclosure is a serious matter, but there are options available to help homeowners avoid it, including negotiation and settlement of debt. Our dedicated team will help you every step of the way to ensure you and your family are protected not only now but also in the future.

With over twenty years of experience in vigorous negotiating skills, you are in professional and trusted hands. Our team will provide guidance, represent you in negotiations, and ensure your rights are protected throughout the entire process. Because no one should go through this road of uncertainty alone. 


No one wants to lose their home in Arizona to foreclosure. There is so much negative impact that comes with foreclosure-  it damages credit and leaves you with no roof above your head- just to name a few The list gives you a deeper understanding of the undesirable consequences of forelcosing on your home.

To stop a foreclosure your fastest option is to sell the house to a cash buyer since they can close quickly. This is where we have the ability to step in and assist. We will present you with a cash offer and close in a swift manner.  We assume all future responsibility for the state of the loan and take the burden off of you and your family.  

Credit Impact

Foreclosure has a severe impact on your credit score. It can remain on your credit report for seven years or more, making it challenging to obtain credit in the future. This can affect your ability to secure loans, credit cards, or favorable interest rates.

Emotional and Psychological Impact

Losing a home through foreclosure can be emotionally challenging. It may involve the disruption of family life, the loss of a familiar environment, and the stress of financial difficulties.

Difficulty Obtaining Future Housing

A foreclosure on your record can make it difficult to rent or purchase another home in the future. Landlords and lenders often consider your credit history when evaluating your application.

Public Record

The foreclosure process becomes a matter of public record, potentially impacting your personal and financial privacy. Anyone can access this information, which could lead to further complications.

Employment Concerns

Some employers may check credit reports as part of the hiring process, especially for positions that involve financial responsibilities. A foreclosure could negatively influence your employability.

Limited Options for Future Loans

After a foreclosure, you may face challenges in obtaining loans or credit with favorable terms. Lenders may see you as a higher risk, leading to higher interest rates or less favorable terms.

Deficiency Judgment

In some jurisdictions, lenders can seek a deficiency judgment if the sale of the foreclosed property doesn't cover the outstanding mortgage balance. This means you may still owe money to the lender even after losing your home.

Tax Implications

There can be tax consequences associated with foreclosure. In some cases, the forgiven debt resulting from a foreclosure may be considered taxable income, leading to potential tax liabilities.

We understand that it is hard to trust anyone when under these conditions, and we don’t take you considering us to assist you in this situation lightly. Our Realtors have been in the industry for over two decades and are Certified Distressed Property Experts – (CDPE). Having  successfully negotiated with lenders on behalf of the homeowners and have saved so many families from loosing everything they have worked so hard for throughout the years. 

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there are options for you to save your home explore these options before its too late

there are options for you to save your home explore these options before its too late