"You told me you could help even though we got denied by our lender. My wife wanted to trust you, I am glad she did. Thank you sir, for helping us stop our foreclosure and keep our home." - R.K. and M.K. - Mississippi
Foreclosure Help with Cenlar
Stopping Foreclosure with Loan Modifications Since 1997
Are you behind on your mortgage payments with Cenlar or on the verge of getting behind and you want to keep your home? Have you tried getting a Loan Modification and have recently been denied? Or does Cenlar keep asking for the same documents time after time, or they keep losing the documents you've sent them and you feel you may be getting the run-around and not quite sure what to do to keep your home? Call United Capital Mortgage Assistance today.
We at United Capital Mortgage Assistance are experts in assisting homeowners qualify for, apply for and helping our clients receive Loan Modifications including the Making Home Affordable Modification and we help homeowners stop foreclosure with Cenlar. For greater than nineteen (19) years, UCMA has been helping homeowners get caught up and back on track with their mortgage through different types of Loan Modifications that fits our clients' budgets, helping them keep their homes, without the need to borrow additional money or the need to file for bankruptcy.
Our first priority is to help you keep your home. We are happy to answer all your questions about how to and qualify for, apply for and receive a loan modification with Cenlar. We will explain the foreclosure process to you in detail, along with explaining all options available to help you keep your home. Our numerous years of mortgage assistance is unsurpassed and we will utilize all foreclosure prevention options available to get you caught up and back on track with your mortgage payments to Cenlar.
It isn't easy getting a loan modification, but with UCMA's expertise, we take the difficulty out of it for you and make it easy as possible. After we assist you in filling-out all documents required by Cenlar, making sure they are all filled-out correctly and are precise. We then ask that you supply us with a few pieces of information, keep the lines of communication open between us, save as much money as you can during the process and we at UCMA will literally do the rest to help you keep your home.
UCMA helps you throughout the entire foreclosure prevention / loan modification process with Cenlar. We will not only continually give you updates on a regular basis, but as well we will inform you of our next scheduled appointment with your lender/servicer so you will know exactly what is going on with your loan modification from beginning to end. And if you ever have any questions, just give us a call toll-free at 1.800.474.1407.
UCMA's many years of experience, our know-how and our client commitment helps make us the foreclosure prevention industry's best. Call us today and see how the real experts can help you get the loan modification you're entitled to. Call us toll-free at 1.800.474.1407, click Contact UCMA or Apply Online and receive your Free, No Obligation, Foreclosure Prevention Consultation. Call us and receive your Free Consultation today!
After our negotiations with Cenlar is near complete, we verify you have received the Loan Modification Agreement we helped you get; we will go through it with you, making sure you understand the terms and later we verify that Cenlar has the Agreement in place, that you are once again current and that all foreclosure proceedings on your home with Cenlar has been stopped. We then call you, giving you the great news that you are back on track and once again current with Cenlar.
United Capital Mortgage Assistance has been referred by local chapters of the United Way and American Red Cross, including other non-profit organizations, credit counseling companies, clergymen, local attorneys, mortgage brokers, past clients and others. Why do so many refer United Capital Mortgage Assistance to help stop foreclosure? They know, with UCMA, homeowners behind in their mortgage payments with Cenlar keep their homes.