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Under Nevada law, before a lender can foreclose on a homeowner’s primary residence, it must allow the homeowner to participate in Nevada’s Foreclosure Mediation Program. The Nevada Foreclosure Mediation Program requires lenders to meet with homeowners and a licensed Nevada mediator for up to 4 hours to negotiate an alternative to foreclosure, including loan modifications and short sales. To comply with the program’s rules, lenders must act in good faith and an individual authorized to make decisions for the lender must be available during the mediation. If lenders fail to comply with Nevada’s foreclosure mediation rules, they will not be allowed to complete their foreclosure of your home. At Schwartz Flansburg, our lawyers are skilled negotiators and are knowledgeable of the mediation process and rules. We will help you decide whether Nevada’s Foreclosure Mediation program is a good alternative for you.
At Schwartz Flansburg we prepare the appropriate documents and represent clients at Nevada’s foreclosure mediation program. Our Las Vegas, Nevada, lawyers have the knowledge required to obtain a work out or “graceful exit” from your mortgage. Our experience with foreclosures, bankruptcies and short sales gives us the ability to represent clients at mediation, and help you think through all of your legal options.
Foreclosure Mediation can accomplish the following for homeowners who find themselves behind on their mortgage payments and facing the possibility of foreclosure:
Homeowners facing a mortgage default or considering short sales or loan modifications may be good candidates for foreclosure mediation.
Contact Our Las Vegas Law Firm
At Schwartz Flansburg, we will assess your unique financial situation, ask the right questions and explain the legal and financial alternatives available in clear and understandable language. Contact us to learn more about our real estate practice in Las Vegas. We have Spanish-speaking staff to assist those who communicate best in Spanish.
For a free consultation, please call 702-385-5544 or complete the form on the left.