Help for Those With Past Short Sale, Modification, Deed in Lieu and Excessive Mortgage Lates… But Credit Shows Up as Foreclosure

This site was created to assist past homeowners who have had a short sale, modification, deed in lieu or excessive mortgage lates but find that their mortgage credit appears as a foreclosure. Getting this problem corrected for nearly 2 million past short sellers and over 5 million homeowners who have had a modification is available now. Thanks to an initiative started by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) and provided by Navicore Solutions, an NFCC member and HUD approved housing counseling agency, potentially affected consumers can have their credit checked before they purchase a home again. Navicore Solutions can be reached at 1-866-702-4551 or email housing@navicoresolutions.com. Go to www.foreclosurecreditfix.com for more information. There is an upfront fee for this service. However, your loan originator or lender can provide a credit towards closing costs back to you to offset this cost when you purchase a home again. Find loan originators, lenders, realtors HUD approved housing counselors, credit reporting agencies and others who can assist you on the Foreclosure Credit Fix Network at www.foreclosurecreditfix.com or on this website. And if you need help in a state that does not have assistance noted, email help@foreclosurecreditfix.com.

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