but then I realized…there is no good day to talk about foreclosure!
This post is just as true here in the Northwest as it is in St. Louis. Homeowners having difficulty paying tend to see The Bank hovering over them as this nebulous, swirling mass of grabbing hands. It isn’t really.
I always tell buyer when they’re looking at foreclosures, that the good part is The Bank has no emotional attachment to the house. The bad part is The Bank has no emotional attachment to the house. They don’t have to get out of it because they’re being transferred to Houston and they want the family all together. But they also just want it off the books if the numbers make sense.
If you can’t pay, call The Bank and see what can be worked out. It might turn into a good day to talk about foreclosure after all.