Are you falling back on your mortgage payments because of unexpected expenses or loss of income due to a layoff?

If the thought of losing your home due to missed mortgage payments is terrifying you, you could consider borrowing money, with a title loan for example, to pay back mortgage payments. Once your mortgage is current, you can start paying back the loan by cutting back on other non-essential expenses.

If you already have bad credit, you'll find it very difficult to borrow money from a lender without using something as collateral. One thing you can use as collateral is a clear car title on a vehicle that is paid off or nearly paid off. Because, in Oregon, title loans are secured by a pink slip, a low credit score will not affect approval.

The thought of having to allow your home to go into foreclosure and becoming homeless because of a missed mortgage payment can be frightening to anyone with a family to support. The repercussions of mortgage delinquency are so severe that these bills should always be the first ones paid off from your household expenses.

If you have missed three or four payments your loan will go into default. Once you have reached this phase, most services will not be willing to accept a partial payment, and will start foreclosure unless you can come up with the money to cover all your missed payments, plus the late fees.

If you are having trouble making your payments, the first thing you should do is contact your loan services, to discuss your options. If you call them early, your lender may see that you are acting in good faith, and they will be more willing to work with you. Your options for payment will begin to close the longer you wait to call them.

If you have low credit scores, missing a mortgage payment and losing your home will cause your scores to crash even further. As a high risk borrower, you can always expect to pay a higher rate of interest than those charged on conventional debt instruments such a bank loans.

In some states car title loans have lower rates of interest than unsecured debt and are considered a better option for subprime borrowers. But, should you default on the loan the lender will repossess and sell the car to cover any losses they incur.

Most lenders will give you not more than 50 percent of the wholesale value of your car as a loan. This is to offset the cost of having to repossess and sell the car if you default on your loan payments. Find a reputed lender who will give you competitive interest rates and flexible payment terms with no pre-payment penalties.

Do not fall prey to the deceptive tactics used by predatory lenders who will trap you in a cycle of debt that will further harm your credit rating. Read the agreements of Oregon title loans carefully and make sure you know how much you will have to pay and when. No matter what the reason, do not fall behind in your mortgage payments! As a homeowner in Oregon, title loans can help you get your mortgage payments back on track.


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