Nowadays, cancer patients are trying to fight the financial pressures brought about by the economic recession. Although skin cancer is not a barrier when it comes to getting a mortgage, it can be difficult to pay off the loan because of expensive chemo sessions and medications.
For skin cancer patients, it may be hard to pay off your mortgage, but you may gain assistance from other people, organizations or institutions. First of all, there are government programs that are available out there to help you with your mortgage. As a skin cancer patient, you can get help from your local courthouse and be guided as to what government programs are available for you.
Churches may also provide some help in order to ease your financial worries. This help can come in the form of financial donations that you can use to lighten up your financial obligations. Church members are more than willing to help the sick when it comes to finances. Cancer is a very difficult illness to battle and most people in church are willing to lend you a hand. The church itself may even raise funds for you in order to get well and be able to pay for your expenses.
Charitable institutions can also be of help as long as you can find one that has the means to help you. As long as these institutions have funds to spare, you may receive financial help. First of all, it is your expensive medication and chemo sessions that drain off your bank account. If charitable institutions and other people or groups can help you with your battle with cancer, then you can also use your other finances to pay off your mortgage.
One other thing you can do is to apply for loan modification. If approved for a loan modification you may be able to lower your current interest rate, or possibly even change the terms of your original mortgage completely . Many lenders are more than willing to reach a compromise with you in order to enable you to afford the mortgage. These and other options can help you pay off your mortgage even if you have skin cancer.
My name is Maurice “Moe” Bedard. I am the founder of America’s #1 Mortgage Forum, LoanSafe.org. My online work has been featured in the New York Times, LA Times, Fox Business, and many other media publications.