Avoid Foreclosure USA

You want to avoid foreclosure, but You can't sell your own home for what you owe on a mortgage.

What should you do?

Why Choose Us

What our client says


I just had the delight of working with Patrick during the short sale process of my property and cannot speak highly enough of his proficiency and professional ethic. I am sure that Patrick's professionalism, certainty, and hard work were crucial factors in the closing of my property. Will highly recommend Avoid Foreclosure Company to family and friends


I have worked with many Realtors, but have been very impressed with only a few. Avoid Foreclosure USA as a company and Patrick as a Realtor + Short Sale Specialist get my vote! Patrick helped me with a transaction and handled every aspect with professionalism and knowledge of the industry. I interviewed several Realtors to work with and Patrick was the only Short Sale Specialist that did NOT charge fees upfront, that lets the bank pay his fees, and that gives free consultations. Patrick and his team gave me all the options that I had with my home, even options that did not benefit him. I highly recommend his services, he helped my family in a real estate transaction and the level of knowledge that he displayed during the process was great.


Avoid Foreclosure Experts did an excellent job of selling my dad’s house in Santa Monica. The house was underwater from an ill-advised reverse mortgage many years ago but Patrick was able to coordinate with the bank and still get her a little money out of the sale. He was very efficient and easy to deal with through the entire process. I strongly recommend his services.

Is a short sale right for you?

If your home is worth less than what you owe on the mortgage, then you might qualify for a short sale.


  • No permanent relief
  • Up to 7 years before you can buy a home
  • Most damaging to your credit score

Short Sale

  • Permanent relief
  • You’re free of mortgage debt
  • Buy a home in as little as 2 years
  • Saving your credit score

Your best option!

Loan Modification

  • Temporary relief
  • The original debt is still tied to you
  • Your payments can actually increase