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By: John Rowlinson - Updated: 25 Aug 2010 | comments*Discuss
 
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HousingRepossessions contains impartial, free advice which tells you everything you need to know to avoid repossession.

In recent months the subject of housing repossessions has been widely covered by the media. Articles in newspapers on housing repossessions may be subjective and can be misleading: the subject is often sensationalised. The articles on the HousingRepossessions website are objective and factual, and cover a wide range of issues. Every aspect of housing repossession is covered and the site includes articles on both mortgage and rent evictions. Topics include how to negotiate with your mortgage lender, the laws on repossession, the protection from eviction enjoyed by different types of tenants and how to achieve a quick sale in a difficult housing market.

The economic downturn means that millions of people are facing the combined threat of unaffordable mortgage payments and negative equity. In this situation it is all too easy to feel trapped and hopeless. However, the government is encouraging lenders to take a more lenient approach and judges are always reluctant to evict people from their homes. The key to staying in your home - or leaving it voluntarily - is to understand how the system works. HousingRepossessions contains a complete guide to repossessions, and to the new approach being taken by lenders and the courts.

The information contained on HousingRepossessions is unbiased and will give you a comprehensive understanding of the repossession process. This site contains everything you need to know to avoid being unnecessarily evicted from your home.

We really want to help spread the word and if you can help by linking to HousingRepossessions then we really appreciate your help.

For a short text based link you could simply cut and paste the following code into your page:

It will appear on your page looking something like:

HousingRepossessions.co.uk - avoiding evicition from your home

Or alternatively:

Which will appear looking like:

HousingRepossessions.co.uk:

HousingRepossessions contains impartial, free advice which tells you everything you need to know to avoid repossession.

In recent months the subject of housing repossessions has been widely covered by the media. Articles in newspapers on housing repossessions may be subjective and can be misleading: the subject is often sensationalised. The articles on the HousingRepossessions website are objective and factual, and cover a wide range of issues. Every aspect of housing repossession is covered and the site includes articles on both mortgage and rent evictions. Topics include how to negotiate with your mortgage lender, the laws on repossession, the protection from eviction enjoyed by different types of tenants and how to achieve a quick sale in a difficult housing market.

The economic downturn means that millions of people are facing the combined threat of unaffordable mortgage payments and negative equity. In this situation it is all too easy to feel trapped and hopeless. However, the government is encouraging lenders to take a more lenient approach and judges are always reluctant to evict people from their homes. The key to staying in your home - or leaving it voluntarily - is to understand how the system works. HousingRepossessions contains a complete guide to repossessions, and to the new approach being taken by lenders and the courts.

The information contained on HousingRepossessions is unbiased and will give you a comprehensive understanding of the repossession process. This site contains everything you need to know to avoid being unnecessarily evicted from your home.

If you have any questions please let us know.

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