How to Avoid Property Repossession

Repossessions are starting to become common. Last year 17,000 homes were repossessed, the highest number for five years, with further rises predicted for the coming year by the Council of Mortgage Lenders.A rise in repossessions means that bailiffs will be kept busy ? so what can you do to stop the bailiffs coming to your house uninvited? This will depend on how bad your situation is, but even if you have been handed a court order, and proceedings for repossession of your home have been started, there are still ways that you can deal with the situation.If you are, or someone you know is facing repossessions, this article will help to enlighten you with the options that you have.

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