“List My House For Sale”
- Have 4-6 months? A listing may put more in your pocket
- Save your credit from the wreckage of a foreclosure
- See if your situation qualifies
“Get A Fair Cash Offer Today”
- Let us know about your situation and your house
- We’ll evaluate it quickly (usually within 48 hours)
- You’ll receive a fair win-win all cash offer
Want To Learn How To Stop Foreclosure Now?
We Buy Houses In Austin. If you are facing foreclosure and want to learn how to avoid foreclosure on your Austin Home check our resources. We know that sometimes life gets in the way and you might have a hard time paying the mortgage but we here are Third Mile Service is here to help! You can check out our youtube channel or call us at 512-598-9983! Below are some local resources that will be able to assist if you are facing foreclosure in Austin, Texas.
Austin Housing Financing Corporation
The AHFC was created in 1979. According to the website, its main purpose is to, “generate and implement strategic housing solutions for the benefit of low- and moderate-income residents of the City of Austin.”
Home Rehabilitation Loan program
If you are facing foreclosure in Austin and your home does not comply with city building codes, the city of Austin will provide a 0% interest-free loan that ranges from $15,000 to $75,000 that are forgiven once a 15 year affordability period is met. They do have grants (up to $15,000) that can be awarded but only if you meet the qualifications.
If fixing up your home is not the route that you want to go, consider selling your house to a “We Buy Houses In Austin” company that will give you a cash offer and can save you from foreclosure to the bank repossesses the house. If the bank does decide to foreclose, the foreclosure will stay on your credit for the next seven years. (In simple terms you won’t even be able to finance a pair of shoes)
Neighborhood & Community Development
NHCD offers information and referrals for immediate assistance. According to the website, “Information includes resources to avoid eviction or displacement, local programs that provide temporary, emergency financial assistance for utilities and rental expenses, and information for homeowners on mortgage assistance and property tax payment options.”