What happens if I fall behind on my mortgage and I've already modified it?
By Neil Crane of The Law Offices of Neil Crane LLC posted in Mortgage Modification on Tuesday, November 24, 2015.
A: Re-modification is a painful and difficult process for a number of reasons, and should be avoided at all costs. Seek professional assistance for legal alternatives available to avoid remodification. Fixing a mortgage modification through other alternatives is a much better choice than seeking to remodify, for a number of reasons:
- Re-modification often involves a completely new modification application and an incredibly slow and laborious process even if you still have the same bank.
- No bank likes to remodify a mortgage that they've already fixed once before.
- Re-modification is an exceedingly slow process that creates large back balances and past due arrearages.
- Mortgages change hands so often that re-modification often involves an entirely new bank or servicer.
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