Looking for the light at the end of the foreclosure tunnel

It is no secret that budgeting can be difficult; throw the holidays into the mix, and that task can easily become a nightmare. Yet unemployment -- especially after the holiday season -- can top these pitfalls in its ability to affect both daily pursuits and overall quality of life. It is natural for any Georgia worker who has lost a job to fear the worst in regards to mortgage payments, but there are often many ways to look at this difficult conundrum. 

Most could agree that there is never an ideal time to get fired from a job. GOBankingRates, a personal finance resource, recognizes this concern by listing various approaches one can take to avoid home foreclosure. According to the list posted last October, reviewing insurance is one way to tackle a looming foreclosure threat. In fact, some policies can actually work with customers' mortgage payments if that individual becomes unemployed. There are many different choices one can make when planning mortgage protection insurance. Another option could be the seeking of government assistance; for example, Fannie Mae and the Federal Housing Administration are some of many places to start. 

Pocket Sense, another online guide to personal finances, aligns with many of the steps that GOBankingRates shares. Calling one's mortgage lender is generally seen as a viable option when one becomes unemployed -- this way, everyone involved can stay on the same page during the process. Pocket Sense dovetails with this tip, noting that it is wise to also make copies of all financial documents when consumers need to prove unemployment to lenders. And while their last pointer may seem obvious, Pocket Sense also encourages those in this trying situation to always be on the hunt for new employment opportunities.   

     

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