Avoiding Foreclosure in Kansas City

Avoiding foreclosures is never a fun thing to deal with. Falling behind on payments happens to a lot of homeowners and there is nothing to be ashamed of. We are here to help and we will never judge you. The most important thing to know is to pay attention to time frames. As soon as you receive a NOD (Notice of Default) letter, the countdown begins until you lose your house. Act immediately. Check out the government HUD site or USA.gov for more information.

After doing research, you must ask yourself the following questions. Are you trying to save your home or have you come to the conclusion that you can no longer afford the house and you need help avoiding foreclosure in Kansas City?

Check out the links below to see what makes the most sense for you. Depending on how much equity you have in the house, walk away with a large check!

Keep My Home

  • Find federally funded programs
  • Find state funded programs
  • See if your situation qualifies

Make Me an Offer

  • Let us know about your situation
  • We’ll evaluate it quickly and efficiently
  • You’ll receive a fair cash offer and get paid FAST

Want To Learn More About Avoiding Foreclosure in Kansas City, Missouri?

We have some resources to help you learn how to stop foreclosure now?  We’ve created free online guides to help homeowners just like you find out your options on getting out of the sticky situation you’re in right now.

The best thing you can do right now is to educate yourself on your options.  For some people selling your home is the best option (we’ll make a fair all-cash offer on your house today, just let us know about your situation here <<), sometimes we’re able to help homeowners STOP FORECLOSURE completely, and sometimes there are other options.  So, click one of the buttons above to get your free foreclosure guide.

You can click on the “Keep My Home” button above or if you need to speak with someone call 816-226-6797. You can also start by filling out the short form below:


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