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  1. Voluntary Repossession Letter Advice

    If you are considering handling back the keys to your mortgage or lender under a voluntary repossession and are looking to write a letter then we would urge you to consider all the options that may be open to you. Voluntary repossession isn’t the right and best way forward for everybody who is facing financial […]

  2. OFT report into quick house sales

    9ZTKY9T37Y8Y If you are considering selling your house to a quick house seller then you should read the lastest report from the Office of Fair Trading here. The OFT says: Quick house sale providers, as a distinctive feature of their service, offer to buy a house or find a third party buyer very quickly, usually […]

  3. Could a second charged loan be the answer?

    If you finding it difficult to sell your home then an alternative method of raising the money you require is to take out a 2nd charge secured loan against your home. This is an additonal loan that is secured against your home – the same as your mortgage. A second loan could be used to […]

  4. Page updates for 2013

    Further new content updates have been made to the following pages: How to fill in the defence form for house repossession The repossession hearing The repossession procedure 10 Tips for those facing house repossession

  5. Repossession Hearing

    What is a repossession hearing & what happens? Before you attend the hearing it is important that you obtain some free advice with someone (such as us) who understands the repossession hearing process and what is involved. The repossession hearing is a legal meeting that takes place in the court and is carried out by […]

  6. Filling In The Defence Form

    How to fill in and complete the defence form for house repossession proceedings The defence form will require you to complete a number of questions regarding your personal circumstances such as: – Your total debts. – Your total income. – Your expenses – and how much you spend on things such as utilities, food and […]