Loss Mitigation Specialist
A Loss Mitigation Specialist is someone who is experienced in dealing with a loss or an anticipated future loss. There are many different actions that can be taken to minimize losses during a period of time when most people are inclined to do less regarding the problems that have up-ended their lives. During this difficult time of loss or financial hardship it is very important and the responsible thing to do to evaluate your situation and put a plan in place to give you an understanding and a path for an uneasy time in your life. Falcon Credit Management and Loss Mitigation Specialist Damian Falcone have put together a video series on Loss mitigation planning.
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Since most people are not professionally experienced with dealing with loss – and for those who are their emotions may overcome their ability to look at their financial hardship situation objectively – the best step is to locate a loss mitigation specialist for a free evaluation and a schedule of services. Typically loss mitigation services should be attending to fine details and as a result can significantly affect the time and disruption to your life.
In the loss mitigation industry it is not uncommon to see someone encounter 1 of the common causes for financial hardship and go into a tailspin that carries on for 5 to 10 years. Common causes include: loss of job or income source, death/loss of a loved one, medical illness, legal problems/litigation, divorce, and being a victim of man-made or natural disaster.
A loss mitigation specialist should be able to explain your situation to you and provide options for moving forward. It is not uncommon to need some time to think about the options before knowing what it is you want to do. Many people experience relief when they speak to a qualified professional who is able to ask the important questions and explain in simple terms why people feel a certain way after experiencing a loss.
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