Saturday, March 13, 2010

Mid-Shore Maryland Sees 812 Foreclosures in 2009

For homeowners, the thought of losing their home and all the hard work they have put into maintaining it can be paralyzing. But residents should know that there are programs available to help them keep there home, and that early action is the best prevention against foreclosure.

In 2009, there were 812 foreclosures filed in circuit court on the Mid-Shore- 219 in Queen Anne's County, 192 in kent, 154 in caroline, 146 in Talbot and 101 in Dorchester, according to Sandy Brown, executive director of Mid-Shore Pro Bono. (Mid-Shore Pro Bono is a new non-profit organization that provides free legal assistance to low-income families).

As soon as a homeowner sees they are going to be unable to make payments on their mortgage, contact me or Exit Gold Realty to speak to a Default Resolution Specialist. You don't have to lose your home.

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