Home foreclosures continue to be a threat to many American homeowners. In 2012 alone, there were about 2,300,000 foreclosures and more than 700,000 home repossessions in the United States.
If you are at risk for facing a foreclosure on your home, a residential real estate attorney may be able to help you. But what does a real estate attorney do?
Here are four reasons why you should consider hiring a residential real estate attorney:
1. Financial security: Real estate attorney fees and a contract lawyer salary can be surprisingly affordable during foreclosure cases. You’ll also be assured that a residential real estate attorney will help make payments to your lender manageable.
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