While it is no secret that Connecticut bankruptcies and foreclosures have the potential to damage credit, the extent to which this occurs and the mechanics behind the process remain a mystery to many people, even those considering entering the bankruptcy process. This might lead to unexpected disappointments when pursuing a new mortgage. Understanding the difference between Chapter 13 and foreclosure is the first step in dispelling this mystery.
Navigating the language associated with Connecticut mortgage agreements might be challenging for those unfamiliar with real estate or finance. This challenge is compounded if the need for understanding comes along with a stressful situation, such as a bank compelling a homeowner to satisfy debt agreements. Regardless of the situation, it could benefit mortgagees to know their options. Here is some information on the loss mitigation process, one such alternative to formal foreclosure.