Resources / Avoiding Foreclosure
Losing a home due to unexpected events can be devastating and many times can be avoided. If you are facing financial problems, now is the time to reach out for Housing and Credit Counseling services. There are Homeownership and Credit Counseling Agencies that may be able to assist you. Housing counselors can help you organize and budget your finances to help you be able to pay your mortgage. To find a HUD-certified housing counseling agency in your area please contact the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) at 1-800-569-4287. You can also find a list of HUD-approved agencies in your area by visiting the HUD web site at Talk to a Housing Counselor for help to save your home. 

To learn more about avoiding foreclosure, please go to the Help for Homeowners Facing the Loss of their Home website brought to you through the collaborative efforts of HUD/FHA, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the U.S. Department of Labor, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and members of the mortgage industry.
Alternatives to Foreclosure
If your loan is serviced by DHI Mortgage Loan Servicing, the following options may be available to you as potential alternatives to foreclosure if you are unable to afford your mortgage payments:

How does a Repayment Plan work?
A Repayment Plan allows you to pay your delinquent amount over 6-12 months by adding the amount to your normal payment.
How does a Loan Modification work?
A Loan Modification works by adding past due amounts to the unpaid balance of the loan and extends the term.
How does a Short Sale work?
A Short Sale works by allowing you to sell your home and pay off your mortgage loan even though your property may be located in a declining market.
How does a Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure work?
A Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure works by allowing you to deed your property to your lender rather than go through the lengthy legal process of foreclosure.
Please contact DHI Mortgage Loan Servicing as soon as possible by phone, email, or in writing to discuss your situation and learn what you need to do to avoid foreclosure.
DHI Mortgage Loan Servicing
10700 Pecan Park Blvd., Suite 450
Austin, TX 78750
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What Might You Need to Provide When Requesting Assistance?
Below is a general list of documents that may be needed. You will have an assigned specialist that will contact you regarding which specific documents you should submit and may include some documents that are not listed below.
  • A letter detailing the circumstance of the delinquency
  • Two months recent bank account statements
  • Two months recent pay stubs
  • Two years W-2’s
  • Completed Borrower Financial Statement
  • Loan Modification Intent Form
  • Borrower’s Authorization to Release Information
  • Tax Authorization Consent and IRS Form 4506T