STOP LONG BEACH FORECLOSURE
About Long Beach
Long Beach is a coastal city and port in Southern California. Moored in its Queensway Bay, RMS Queen Mary is a retired ocean liner and museum ship. The waterfront Aquarium of the Pacific features touch tanks and a shark lagoon. Modern and contemporary works are on display at the Museum of Latin American Art. Rancho Los Cerritos is a 19th-century adobe home and museum set in expansive gardens. The Port of Long Beach is the second busiest container port in the United States and is among the world's largest shipping ports.
Foreclosure Registry Program
Any foreclosed property in the City of Long Beach must be registered and renewed annually with the City’s Foreclosure Registry Program thru Long Beach Development Services. The program is part of the effort to protect residential neighborhoods from blight caused by lack of adequate maintenance and security. It requires any beneficiary or trustee who holds or has an interest in a deed of trust on a residential property in foreclosure located in the City of Long Beach must register that property with the Code Enforcement Bureau within 30 days of the Notice of Default being issued.
A link to the actual ordinance can be found below:
Long Beach Foreclosure Help
There are a number of programs to assist Long Beach homeowners who are at risk of foreclosure and otherwise struggling with their monthly mortgage payments. The majority of these programs are administered through the U.S. Treasury Department and HUD. While these programs are good on paper, they typically lack the customer service and performance driven results of a company such as Keep Your Keys.
Keep Your Keys
Keep Your Keys is highly experienced in helping Long Beach homeowners stop foreclosure. With our 5 star reviews and exceptional customer service you would be hard pressed to find a better partner. Leave your checkbook at home and contact us today for a no cost, no obligation, appointment to get started.