If foreclosure has been filed the only way to stop it is to pay the moargtge in full. That appears not to be possible. There is an option that will reduce the credit ding of a foreclosure and that's offer a deed in lieu of foreclosure. If the bank accepts that, a foreclosure didn't take place and therefore not recported to the credit agencies. However, that doesn't stop the problems. If they don't accept the deed in lieu of foreclosure (and they most likely won't) and if the bank sells the home for less than you owe, they will probably get a deficiency judgment against you. That means you owe them the difference between the moargtge balance and the sale price. Unfortunately there isn't a happy ending. realtor.sailorReferences : Was this answer helpful?
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