TORRINGTON 3RD QUARTER 2018 FORECLOSURES SLIGHTLY HIGHER THAN 2ND QUARTER 2018
TORRINGTON HOMES LOST TO FORECLOSURE 2nd HIGHEST IN 5 YEARS
While Torrington saw a slight decrease in lost homes from the 3rd quarter of 2017, the number of new foreclosures was almost identical. With 42 Torrington, CT homes lost in the 90 day period, nearly one home was lost to foreclosure every two days. While new foreclosures during the 3rd quarter of 2018 remained steady, homes lost to foreclosure reached their 2nd highest level in the last five years. Foreclosure mediators continue to mislead homeowners as they side with Banks and their attorneys, resulting in home loss in Torrington, CT and throughout the Connecticut Mediation System. Delays and mistakes made by foreclosed homeowners without legal counsel results in lost homes that could have been saved.
- Foreclosure mediation in the crowded and understaffed Litchfield foreclosure courts is a total distraction to homeowners seeking to save their homes.
- Foreclosure delay and slow mediation causes homes to be lost that could otherwise be saved.
The state foreclosure mediation process continues to promote bank interests at the expense of local homeowners, whom the program was intended to help. Foreclosure Mediation is a legal issue that requires legal assistance. The banks show up with lawyers, so should you.
To learn more about how to save your home, call the Torrington Foreclosure Defense firm at the Law Offices of Neil Crane at 203-230-2233 or toll free at 1-888-249-3027.
SAVING TORRINGTON HOMES SINCE 1983