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Need to get out FAST!

The most common reason a homeowner needs to sell fast is to avoid foreclosure or a divorce. Freedom Capital excels at FAST CLOSINGS... we use non-traditional methods of financing that allow us to close in about 10 days simply by matching one of our investors with your need. We started the company to help those in need and yes... we will make a profit! BUT- you will sell your house and we will work to pay down the amount you owe to avoid the foreclsoure "ding" on your credit histroy so you can regroup and start out fresh. It's a win-win for all parties.


We have been doing this for a long time, we know that most foreclosure situations can be successfully resolved if you know how to navigate this tricky situation.  Freedom Capital Group and our affiliates have helped homeowners stop foreclosure and we can help you too. Simply visit us at and complete the contact sheet, well do the rest to get started help you today! The foreclosure process, is very complicated. Foreclosure law is constantly changing to the point that it can sometimes be difficult for a seasoned real estate attorney to keep up with it.


We can help identify your options. Don't face foreclosure alone!


Why wait for the bank to foreclose? Contact us today, we know how to decipher the foreclosure laws in your state.  Time is not your friend… the longer you wait the less we can do.

Call us today to stop this process @ 855.385.5373


If your mortgage is more than a month behind, your lender has probably already started legal proceedings. Foreclosure can be very serious and the timeline can be fast, depending on your state and its foreclosure laws. The longer you wait penalties and legal fees can be added to your mortgage balance. We are here to help you avoid foreclosure and the loss of your home. As a homeowner you're entitled to know your foreclosure rights. If needed, we can purchase your property in as little as 10 days and save your credit from the dreaded foreclosure mark. Don’t fall into the trap of thinking you have time… The timeline varies by state but here’s how it happens.


First month missed payment - your lender will contact you.


Second month missed payment - your lender is likely to call you to and discuss why you have not made your payments. We strongly recommend that you talk to your lender and explain your situation and what you are trying to do to resolve it. At this time, you still may be able to make one payment to prevent yourself from falling three months behind. If you haven't already contacted us, this would be a good time to do so.


Third month missed payment - after the third payment is missed, you will probably receive a certified “demand” letter from your lender stating the amount you are delinquent, and that you have 30 days to bring your mortgage current. If you do not pay the amount or make some type of arrangements by the given date, the lender may begin the process of foreclosure.


Fourth month missed payment – Wow-now you are nearing the end of time of your Demand or Notice to Accelerate Letter. When you hit that 30 day mark, if you have not paid or worked other arrangements, you will be referred to your lender's attorneys for collection. If this happens, you will incur legal & collection fees in addition to the amount past due.


Call us today to stop this process @ 855.385.5373

Sheriff's or Public Trustee' Sale - the attorney will schedule a Sale. This is the actual day of foreclosure. You may be notified of the date by mail, a notice is taped to your door, and the sale will be advertised for investors to find. The time between the Demand or Notice to Accelerate Letter and the actual Sale varies by state. In some states it can be as quick as 2-3 months. This is not the move-out date, but the end is near. age, then you should learn about your state's foreclosure laws. Differences among states range from the notices that must be posted or mailed, redemption periods, and the scheduling and notices issued regarding the auctioning of the property.

Most mortgage companies start the foreclosure processes soon after the first missed mortgage payment. Late fees are charged after 10-15 days, most mortgage companies recognize that homeowners may be facing short-term hardships, which is why you must stay in contact with your lender within the first month after missing a payment.