The best way to overcome your mortgage payment obstacles is to communicate with Wells Fargo Financial. Our number one goal is to keep you and your family in your home and we want you to know that we are always here to help. Keeping up with your mortgage payments is an essential part of managing your home asset and building a secure future. But unexpected challenges like the loss of employment, or other difficult circumstances, can make paying your mortgage more difficult.
At Wells Fargo Financial, we know that your home is your most powerful asset and your key to moving beyond short term problems into a lifetime of secure homeownership. That's why we are here to help and offer options to help you protect the personal and financial investment you've made in your home.
If you want to stay in your home
To ask about options that may help you keep your home:
Send an online request form
If you can't stay in your home
Call 1-800-275-9254 to talk with a Home Sales Specialist about options for selling your home.
If you're facing a financial hardship, the first step is to tell us about your situation so we can look for ways to help. Find out how this process works, and how we identify options that may help you avoid foreclosure.
The best way to get back on track is to send the overdue amount right away. Find out where you may be able to get the funds and how to have them applied to your account as quickly as possible.
Our number one goal is to keep you in your home and we want to supply you with the right information to do this. For additional information and tips to help you avoid foreclosure, please click here.
Find out what to do if you receive notification of lender placed insurance when you already have coverage.
We want to supply you with the right information to help you protect your number one asset from any type of foreclosure scam. Foreclosures are increasing nationwide and so are the number of scams that promise to protect you and your home. To learn more about how you can identify and protect yourself from these types of scams, click here.