Stop Repossession & Eviction

In the face of eviction people often feel alone and without direction. HMS is here to help you with stopping repossession of your home. Please get in touch.


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Repossession Court Hearing

A ‘Repossession Court Hearing’ or ‘Possession Hearing’ is the first stage that your case will be assessed by the impartial Court system. To stop any chance of property repossession at this stage means presenting a solid case and understanding the system and the often complex language used by the legal profession, and can be very daunting with it taking place in an actual Court of Law.

If you want to stop repossession and save your home, get in touch now. For more detailed information about your Possession Hearing.

Repossession Appeals

The appeals process is the last opportunity for a Homeowner to stop the repossession of their house through the Court. If a Judge has ruled against you and you have lost your Emergency Court Hearing and eviction is imminent, it is possible to appeal to a higher Judge.

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How to Stop Repossession

Make sure you talk to your lender

1. Don’t take emergency finance

Other companies may have misled you into believing that a bridging loan or short-term finance is your best or even only choice. That’s not true. The temporary relief will be short-lived when you are facing repossession for a much higher sum.

Try not panic and stay calm

2. Don’t accept a quick sale

In desperate situations, you may be tempted to accept a below-market-value “instant cash” offer on your home. Avoid quick sale companies at all costs—they profit from your misfortune. We can provide better options.

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3. Get us to help

We can help you navigate through your options. We will force your lender to give you time to make a decision that suits you. Our first step is to assess affordability for you to keep the property long-term. If this is not an option, then we will ensure you speak to regulated finance professionals or have time to sell your property on the open market.

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