Foreclosure Stop Book: Step by Step Guide for Exactly Stop Foreclosure at the Last Moment

Advanced Real Estate Concepts, LLC
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Do you need a sure-fire way to stop a foreclosure at the last minute?

If so,   Foreclosure Stop Book is for you. 


Foreclosure Stop Book explains, step by step, exactly how to postpone a foreclosure at the last minute by filing a last minute emergency bankruptcy petition.   This method is infallible because it puts the property under federal protection.   This works in all the states.  No exceptions.

Bankruptcy is also a form of temporary asset protection.  It stops all collections efforts, which includes foreclosure.  If you need to stop a foreclosure at the last minute, Foreclosure Stop Book will explain you exactly how to do it.   Foreclosure Stop Book will show you, step by step, how file and time an emergency bankruptcy petition, at the last minute for purpose of stopping a foreclosure only.  This book is only about stopping a foreclosure through bankruptcy.  Not about successfully completing bankruptcy process.

Foreclosure Stop Book shows you exactly how to stop a foreclosure by filing a last minute emergency bankruptcy petition.  This harnesses the power of the Federal Government to protect all your assets from collectors.  



Kelly doesn’t like to be taken advantage of.  She doesn’t let go of things without putting a fight either.  As of this writing, she was almost out of some serious financial problem.  However, she going to lose her home anyway.  They could for sure pay now.  The bank was not helping.  They just could not save the property in way that made financial sense.  In fact the bank was just trying to squeeze more money from her.  I explained her how to do a last minute foreclosure stop.   She save the property from foreclosure several times and kept the property an additional two years total.  All that time she lived at the property for free, without paying rent or taxes.  That gave her plenty of time recover, find another home and do things on her timeframe.  Not the bank’s timeframe.  YOU CAN DO THE SAME. 



Is foreclosure only a few days or hours away, and you need more time?  Here is the information you need.  This Do-it-Yourself, easy to understand e-book shows how to gain more time by filing a last minute emergency bankruptcy for FREE.  That will temporarily stop foreclosure for sure.

You will have peace of mind and stay at your home longer, for FREE, for at least a few days more.  Most likely a few weeks or months.   You will to save money, plan better and be in no rush.  Not only that, you will accomplish this by yourself, independently, without spending thousands of dollars in attorneys.



This is for You If:

+  You are just about to be foreclosed
+  You have tried all else and are out of options
+  You are totally out of time and there is no time to try anything
+  You need a cost effective, sure-fire, way to postpone foreclosure for sure


You Qualify If:

+  You have never filed for bankruptcy before, or

+  You have been dismissed from bankruptcy at least six months ago, or

+  You have been dismissed from bankruptcy more recently but “without prejudice”



Once a homeowner is only a few days or hours away from foreclosure, the only sure-fire method to postpone foreclosure is by PROPERLY filing a last minute emergency bankruptcy.   For this to work, it has to be done correctly.  That means that only the exact documents must be submitted to the court, with just absolutely minimal information completed to be accepted.  Not only that, but maybe even more importantly, TIMING needs to just right.


Save Thousands of $$$.  You don’t need an attorney.  You can postpone foreclosure for free or for a minimal cost.  In fact, what you will learn in Foreclosure Stop-Book is exactly what an attorney would do if you were to hire one to postpone the foreclosure.  The REASON is simple:  There is only one option.  You can do this yourself for free, or hire an attorney.   You know the price difference.




+  What are the chances of this working for me?

                     100%  if you qualify

+  Is it legal for me to file for bankruptcy just for postponing foreclosure?


+  Is it legal for me to file for bankruptcy by myself, without an attorney?


 +  I just want to postpone the foreclosure.  Do I need to complete the whole bankruptcy process or can I leave it incomplete?

                     Not an issue.  You can let it dismiss.

+  Can I Stop Foreclosure More than Once?  

                     Most often yes



+  Case Studies   -   Learn from others

+  When to Do It  -   How to time it just right

+  Game Plan   -   Simple, logical, effective, proven

+  What NOT to Do   -   Just as important as what to do

+  List of Needed Forms   -   Know exactly what forms to fill

+ What to Do   -   Step by step detailed and sequential action list

+  How to Complete the Forms   -   Correctly entering just the right info

+  Keeping the Property Longer   -   How to prolong the foreclosure process

 +  Actions Check List   -   Makes it easier to “Cross All the Ts” and “Dot all the Is”


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About the author

Oscar Morante is a real estate expert licensed in Oregon and Washington.  He lives and works in downtown Portland, Oregon.  He practices real estate as the principal broker and owner of PDX Experts Real Estate, LLC.  He produces and publishes real estate educational materials through Advanced Real Estate Concepts, LLC, which he also owns.  Oscar has been in Real Estate since 2003.  His expertise is in short sales, investments and other distressed property transactions.

In addition to being a very active, in the field, real estate professional, Oscar is also an accomplished author and educator.  He believes in sharing his knowledge and improving the profession.  Oscar’s knowledge is based on daily practical experience.  Oscar has brokered and bought and sold plenty of real estate.  It is this real life experience which provides his inspiration.

Oscar has lots of experience with properties in default.  He started in this niche back in 2003, when such things were almost unheard of.   One of the main things he noticed is how helpless most homeowners are when facing such situations.  In fact, once default passes a certain threshold, unless the homeowner is an attorney or some sort of real estate professional, chances are that the homeowner will make all kinds of bad decisions.  The main reason for this is that there is so much bad information.  On top of that, in the last few years, some things have been worsen by the regulators.   Some regulations that were meant to help actually made matter harder for homeowners. 

One of the main issues that Oscar noticed in homeowners was their inability to use the regulations and laws to their favor.  This is especially true to postpone or stop foreclosures at the last minute.  There is a lot a homeowner can do to delay foreclosure and stop it at the last minute.  Homeowners just need the right information.  Between 2009 and 2012 Oscar help dozens of homeowners postpone their foreclosure.  Thus, Oscar published Foreclosure Stop Book.

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Dec 3, 2012
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