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SOUTHINGTON, CT FORECLOSURE AUCTIONS INCREASES BY 100%
The amount of foreclosures in Southington has fallen by 32% between the fourth quarter of 2017 and that of 2018, and has also fallen by 32% over the last five years’ final quarters. However, comparing 2017’s and 2018’s final quarters, the number of foreclosed homes that have been scheduled for foreclosure by sale has increased by a whopping 100% as well as increasing by 100% in the past five years. Despite seemingly promising drops in Southington foreclosures, it is clear that homeowners still need to get educated and seek legal representation.
At the Law Offices of Neil Crane, located right here in Connecticut, our committed team of foreclosure defense attorneys are experts in following genuine, truly effective solutions in saving Southington homes. Homeowners are in dire need of proven strategies resulting in long-term home retention. These strategies include:
- Proper legal representation
- Help from experienced attorneys who specialize in foreclosure defense and Chapter 13
- Absolutely no delay in taking action
Over 35 years of experience has taught us that the homeowners who choose to represent themselves in the foreclosure courts do not receive equal respect to the banks and their specialized attorneys. In addition, delay can be absolutely deadly in the process and the understaffed and historically unsuccessful Connecticut foreclosure mediation program takes far too long.
Our dedicated team of foreclosure defense attorneys at the Law Offices of Neil Crane has been the largest provider of Chapter 13 bankruptcy relief and foreclosure solutions in Southington and all across Connecticut since 1983. Prompt attention and legal assistance are necessary factors in saving your home. We also provide effective solutions to other financial difficulties including overwhelming 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. Speak directly to an attorney; we do not use voicemail.
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