Foreclosure Avoidance Group specializes in loss mitigation strategies for all types of debt instruments, focusing on Residential, Investment, and Commercial Properties.
We have developed strong strategic alliances with the Real Estate community as well as top Legal experts in the field of Real Estate, primarily Foreclosure Avoidance.
We look forward to speaking with you to fully understand your situation and tailor a custom exit strategy to your tough real estate challenges. Because when your challenges meet our creative strategies, solutions happen!
We have specialists focusing in the following:
Predatory Mortgage Lending Litigation Services
Foreclosure Delay and Defense Services
Residential Foreclosure Avoidance Strategies and Short Sales
Principal Reduction Programs
Residential, Investment, and Commercial Real Estate Transactions
Commercial Real Estate Debt Restructuring (Cost Segregation and Commercial Loan Modification Programs
Short Pay Refinance
Credit Restoration (most clients need this after the storm passes in order to start over quickly)
Our Legal Counsel is conveniently based in Orange County and Los Angeles for your convenience
Our Legal Counsel can help with questions regarding stopping a sale date, TRO's (Temporary Restraining Orders), how to use the lending violations to your advantage, bankruptcy options, loss mitigation consulting, etc.
Just request a free, no obligation, confidential consultation. At the very least, you will have some direction and restore hope for the future. Best case is we can solve your problem and give you the peace of mind you intended when you originally invested in real estate.
We look forward to speaking with you personally at your convenience.
920 West 17th Street, 2nd Floor
Santa Ana, CA. 92706
Toll Free: (888) 504-5539
Fax: (714) 462-8109
NOTICE:Foreclosure Avoidance Group is not associated with the government, and our service is not approved by the government or your lender. Even if you accept this offer and use our service, your lender may not agree to change your loan. If you stop paying your mortgage, you could lose your home and damage your credit.