Life is unpredictable, and circumstances can arise that make it difficult for you to keep up with your mortgage payments. The good news is there are a variety of programs that may be available to help you with your delinquency, avoid foreclosure, and keep your home. You may be eligible to refinance or modify your Navy Federal mortgage loan so your terms and monthly payments are more manageable. Or, if you have missed a few payments on your Navy Federal mortgage, you may qualify for a temporary or permanent solution to help you get your finances back on track. Our Mortgage Default Management Team specializes in member counseling and can help put you back in control. Our programs are listed below and our team is ready to help.
The right option for you depends on your individual situation. Once you review your options, you'll want to submit our Borrower Response Package to find out if you're eligible.
Depending on your circumstances, staying in your home may not be possible; however, a short sale or Deed-in-Lieu of Foreclosure may be a better choice than foreclosure.
Please review and complete the Borrower Response Package. If you qualify, we will begin working on a resolution for any issues that affect your ability to make timely mortgage payments, whether your challenges are temporary or long-term. After you submit the requested information, a mortgage specialist will contact you. You should continue making your mortgage payments as scheduled, even after a request has been submitted.
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Contact us with any questions about the mortgage escalation and appeal process.