Solutions 3D

Avoid Foreclosure

5500 Old Mill Road, Alexandria, Virginia
Foreclosure Avoidance Information and Action Form


It's often possible to avoid foreclosure even if you're two or three payments behind. Sometimes you can avoid foreclosure up until a week or even less before the auction is scheduled. And, yes, sometimes you can even do it yourself. We've included a number of resources below to help you in case you're facing foreclosure. They're free--no cost or obligation whatsoever. (But if foreclosure does happen, we have several programs that may be able to get you on your feet again. Click here for more information.)


A few of pieces of advice:

  • If you think you may be facing a problem paying your mortgage, take action as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the fewer options you'll have and--frankly--the less equity in your home you'll be able to retain.
  • Be realistic. Some people facing foreclosure are "in denial." They say, "It can't happen to me." Or "I know I can get a loan from my [brother, sister, family, co-worker]." Or "I've got other things to worry about right now." As we suggested above, start taking action now. If that loan does come through, great. But don't bet the house on it.
  • If you want to avoid foreclosure and remain in your present home, be very careful of solutions anyone offers. It can be done in many cases, but there are also a lot of scams designed to take your home away from you.
  • Understand all the papers you're asked to sign. Read them yourself and--if at all possible--get a lawyer to review them. And do this before, not after, you sign them.
  • If you live in Maryland (or certain other states), special laws have been passed that apply to buying houses from people facing foreclosure. The Maryland law is SB 761. Frankly, the law has a lot of problems with it and it has limited the ability of investors to help people facing foreclosure. But it does offer people facing foreclosure a lot of protection. Ask a lawyer, a real estate agent, or a foreclosure consultant about SB 761. (There's no similar law in Virginia.)

If you're facing foreclosure, we hope you'll contact us. Fill out the form below or call us toll free at 866-HOME-WE-GO (866/466-3934). There's no cost or obligation. At the very least, please read the information below, and act sooner, rather than later.


Privacy Notice: All information you provide will be kept strictly confidential and will not be shared or provided to anyone outside Solutions 3D. We ask for the information below so we can provide you the best (the quickest and largest) offer possible.

Your Name
Your e-mail
Your phone with area code (day)
Your phone with area code (evening)
Best time to call
Property street address
Property city and state
The property is currently
If rented: Monthly rent ($)
Number of Bedrooms
Number of Bathrooms
Number of Floors/Stories
Type of property
Approx. Square Footage of House
Age of Property (years)
Features (check): Garage
Swimming Pool
What would be the approximate value of the property in good condition? ($)
How much in repairs does the property need? ($)
Number of mortgages
Total balance of mortgages (amount you owe) ($)
Total mortgage monthly payments ($)
How long have you owned this property? (years)
Are all mortgages current?Yes
If not, approximately how many months are you behind?
If not, approximately how much are you behind (how much do you need to get payment current)?
Have you received notice from your lender for the auction of your house?Yes
If you have received a notice regarding the auction, what is the date of the auction?
If we could offer your all cash for your property in 10 days, what is the least you could accept? ($)
Is the property currently listed with a real estate agent?No
Why do you want to sell?
Any other comments?

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Solutions 3D
5765-F Burke Centre Parkway, Suite 318, Burke, VA 22015
866-HOME-WE-GO (866-466-3934)