Find out about repossession for mortgage arrears, what happens when a lender wants to repossess your home and what you can do to keep and stay in your home
There are seven steps before a mortgage lender can repossess your house or flat. You may be able to stop the repossession at any stage.
You still have to pay your mortgage if you give your home back to your mortgage lender. Voluntary repossession is rarely advisable.
Are you struggling to pay a second mortgage or secured loan taken out against the value of your home? Find out what happens if you are behind with your payments
Practical ideas if you're falling behind with your mortgage - from negotiating with your lender to government help. Our tips can help you keep your home.
Repossession by a landlord’s lender happens because a landlord has not been keeping up to date with the mortgage repayments. Tenants need to act quickly ...