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Forcloser on my home

They want to forclose on my house because I am one payment behind. Only 1100.00 dollars. They offered a payment plan on the paperwork but now are not honoring it. What should I do. They say they don't have a payment plan and they list it as one of my options. Can they forclose on one payment?

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