The number of New Britain homes falling into foreclosure in the fourth quarter of 2018 has dropped compared to the fourth quarter of 2017, causing the median home sale price to increase by 10% in the last year and 20% over the last five years. Although the decline in New Britain’s foreclosure numbers seems promising, the number of homes scheduled for foreclosure auction has increased by 55% compared to the fourth quarter of 2017 and increased by 55% over the last five years. It is clear that New Britain homeowners must take heed of genuine, proven solutions to foreclosure even if the amount of foreclosed homes dips.

At the Law Offices of Neil Crane, we know that hardworking New Britain homeowners and residents across the state are losing their homes due to simple delay in taking action or seeking the legal assistance crucial to stopping the bank from taking their family home. Without timely action and experienced, dedicated counsel, home loss is inevitable. Delay can be deadly and homeowners need proper legal representation because the banks already have their own specialized attorneys. You need someone in your corner.

The bank lawyers and foreclosure mediators do not work for New Britain homeowners, they work for the banks. That is why the ten-year-old New Britain mediation program has contributed to home loss rather than providing people with the help they really need. That’s where we come in. You need someone on your side in the fight to save your home. We have been successfully representing hardworking New Britain residents for over 35 years, and we are the largest savers of homes in the state of Connecticut.

Do not go it alone. Our committed, expert team at the Law Offices of Neil Crane has been saving homes in New Britain and all across Connecticut since 1983. We also provide solutions to other financial struggles you may face including staggering credit card debt. Call us at (203) 230-2233 or toll free at 1(888) 249-3027 to schedule an absolutely free consultation and get the help you need.

One call can solve it all.