Loss Mitigation Helps People to Keep Their Homes

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TAMPA, Fla. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Home foreclosures continue to rise and people continue to lose their jobs. That's why Campbell Law Firm, P.A., one of the nation's leading loss mitigation law firms, is making every effort to help people stay in their homes, primarily through loan modifications. These modifications reduce a homeowner's monthly mortgage payment and stop a pending foreclosure.

The pressure of high mortgage payments or a looming foreclosure can be overwhelming, only making it more difficult for homeowners to focus on an effective and practical plan. And, without clear thinking and some expert guidance, people who seek to avoid foreclosure on their own, may find themselves in even more trouble than they were before. The staff at Campbell Law Firm holds their client's hand every step of the way.

And, while no two situations are alike, the Loss Mitigation Team at Campbell Law Firm works with people to find the best possible solution that will allow them to keep their home.

"Timing is imperative," Jan Rhodes, director of operations, Campbell Law Firm, says. "The sooner people decide to get help, the sooner we can help them to avoid foreclosure and begin developing a plan that is fiscally responsible, effective and realistic."

Rhodes adds that loss mitigation is a non-legal function, so it does not matter where the home is located; Campbell Law Firm services all states.

So, what can a client expect? First, clients are interviewed to ensure they qualify for a loan modification. Staff then reviews available loan modification programs and foreclosure prevention options in addition to providing expense counseling. Ultimately, they work to create a positive cash flow.

"Our focus is on the client," Rhodes explains. "Our customer management system and weekly client contact provide a sense of security for our clients. This client-centered approach also strengthens our credibility and accountability making us well respected in our local community."

For example, local church leaders seek assistance for their congregation and Campbell Law Firm provides free seminars and information about government-assistance programs and ways to avoid foreclosure.

Stephfan Nurse, director of community outreach for Campbell Law Firm, explains that, "We take great pride in, and have passion for, helping these families."

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