For many people, the prospect of losing their home paralyses them with fear. The very thought of becoming homeless can be terrifying. After all, warmth and shelter is a basic necessity for all of us, and one which we sometimes take for granted.
Faced with the very real threat of having their home repossessed, incredibly some people will just ‘bury their head and in the sand’ and think the problem will go away. Not facing up to the possibility of repossession is the worse thing they could do.
They ignore the letters from the bank or building society, they don’t answer the phone to anyone and they certainly don’t answer the door to anyone.
But why endure the torture of sleepless nights and endless worry when house repossession can be avoided? In the first instance they have to acknowledge that there is a problem, then communicate with the right people to find a solution.
Generally it’s not their fault they are facing repossession. It could simply be due to ill-health or redundancy.
If you find yourself in this situation with nowhere to turn, don’t let your unforeseen circumstances get the better of you. There is a way out… an answer to your problem.
Sell and rent back is one answer. Contact us and we’ll talk to your lender about holding off repossession, while we arrange an alternative and much more acceptable solution for you.