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new ERA 

newERA is part of an established and trusted not for profit, social enterprise organisation based in the East Midlands. 
newERA provides an alternative to repossession for home owners  
in the East Midlands. 
If you or someone you know is at risk of having their home repossessed, contact newERA in complete confidence to discuss the options and see if we can help you avoid repossession and stop the stress and stigma associated with it. 
The threat of repossession can often come as a result of unemployment, ill health or break down of a relationship. On top of any of these causes repossession can be very traumatic, not only for you but for your family and children too. 
The embarrassment, uncertainty and lack of control linked to the taking away of a basic need – shelter. And for many it does not end once repossession has taken place. The effect on your credit rating may prevent you getting a mortgage, private landlords refusing to let a house to you because of CCJs, waiting for the council to re-house you often in shared or refuge accommodation and with lenders pursuing you for the outstanding debt for up 12 years. 
There may be an alternative. 
newERA is a free, confidential service which will try and find you an alternative to repossession. Even if you have already been served with an eviction notice, it may not be too late. However the sooner you call us, the better chance we have of helping you. 
Who is it for ? 
newERA currently operates in the North East Midlands covering the Nottinghamshire Districts of Bassetlaw, Newark & Sherwood, Mansfield, Ashfield, Gedling, Broxtowe, City of Nottingham, West Bridgford, and the Derbyshire Districts of North East Derbyshire, Chesterfield, Bolsover, Amber Valley and Erewash. We can also help in parts of Sheffield and Lincoln. 
Contact us for details 
We assist homeowners who are at risk of repossession. 
It may be that - 
you are employed, unemployed, self employed or have lost your job or have been made redundant. 
you are disabled, suffering ill health or in some cases the homeowner may have died and their home is being repossessed before the family/executors can sell it 
you are on a low income and struggling to pay your mortgage repayments 
you have been issued with a Court Summons or even an Eviction Notice. 
You MUST have tried the Citizens Advice Bureau, Shelter and other similar organisations. 
You WILL have co operated with your lender to try and avoid repossession. 
Whatever your situation we will try and help by offering you speed and certainty. 
The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can tell you if we can help. Call newERA on 01623 744 454. 
In addition this solution will - 
Stop any further impact on your credit rating 
Stop the lender chasing you for years to come 
Stop any further negative impact on your family and children. 
There will be no bailiffs and no boarding up of your property. 
You will know quickly if we can help you and then you can stop worrying, get a good night’s sleep and start to get on with the  
rest of your life. 
Also we will tell you quickly if we can not help. 
Our service is free to you. There is nothing for you to pay. 

Contact Us 

What happens 
You can call newERA on 01623 744 454, Monday to Friday 8.00 am to 8.00 pm and weekends 9.00 am to 5.00 pm 
One of our trained advisors will speak to you about your property and try to understand your situation. Then we can look at how we can help you prevent repossession. 
We operate an ethical policy which means that - 
We put the person before the property. We will try and find a solution which gives you the most positive long term outcome. 
We will try and find a solution that will prevent repossession by paying off your mortgage and any fees associated with doing so. 
To get your business on the right track, 
contact Paul Hastings on 01623 744454 
Alternatively, email today! 
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