Stopping you from Being Evicted from your Home
Have you received an eviction notice but would like to keep hold of your home? A formal eviction notice is the last document, issued by the court, which you will be given prior to having your property taken off you. Receiving this notice can seem highly daunting, particularly if there is some equity in the property and you are in jeopardy of losing it. The good news is that it is often not too late to save your property; there are several potential scenarios that may help to stop the eviction process going ahead. These include:
- Providing the court with documented proof that you have been given a mortgage or re-mortgage offer that will cover all outstanding monies. The court should accept this, even if you have not completed the whole process before receiving the eviction notice.
- Providing the court with evidence from your estate agent that you have adequate equity in the property and that there has been a high level of interest from potential buyers.
- Providing the court with a letter from your solicitor or estate agent stating that you are in receipt of an offer to purchase your home. The offer would need to cover all outstanding monies on the house, including any costs and arrears incurred.
- Applying for an extension by the court to give you additional time to sell your home. There will be a small fee for this, and the extension is likely to be for no longer than 4 weeks.
It may be that time is running out for you to organise for potential buyers to view your property, or for you to secure a buyer or finances to cover the outstanding monies owed to your lender. At Sell My House – Fast – London, we may be able to help you save your property and clear your mortgage arrears. We can provide you with a hassle-free and guaranteed selling solution, providing you with proof of sale within adequate time to stop the eviction in its tracks. On top of saving your home, your name will not be blacklisted and your credit rating will remain intact, enabling you to start afresh.
For further information on how Sell My House – Fast – London can help you when facing eviction, either complete the form on the Sell House Now page. The sooner you contact Sell My House – Fast – London the more chance you have of stopping the eviction process.