Foreclosure is the process of legal measures that a mortgage lender resorts to recover the balance of a loan from a borrower, when the borrower stops paying monthly mortgage payments. However, there are always ways to deal with a foreclosure and the borrower need not to worry.
Talk to your mortgage lender
This should be the very first option for you. If you are having troubles paying your money and you fear foreclosure, then you must immediately contact your mortgage lender. If possible, you must explain your situation immediately before it becomes a big problem and you will have no option other than foreclosure. Try to be honest with your mortgage lender, tell him of your situation, assure him that you will be soon paying off your monthly mortgage payments. If you deal with the issue before it is a big problem, you might find that the lender is willing to work with you to avoid foreclosure.
Use your finances
Try using your finances to prevent foreclosure. Use what you have. If you have excellent credit, use it to borrow money. This will not be a permanent solution, but it will help temporarily or until better times come. Sell what you can. Sell that extra car, rental property, or anything to save your home, or at least to stay afloat until things get better. Cut down your expenses. Study your budget and take action; cut unnecessary spending. Do anything that helps in the long run, so hurry up and save money by avoiding luxuries and other unnecessary expenditures.
Take a personal loan
In order to pay off the amount that you owe to the mortgage lender, take a personal loan. Take a personal loan as soon as possible, even before you miss your monthly mortgage payments, because this can affect your credit score and prevent you from qualifying for a loan.