The sad fact is that foreclosure is not an isolated event. For months leading up to the loss of a home, financially strapped homeowners live under a cloud of uncertainty. And then for many years afterwards, the blow to credit gets in the way of buying another home or buying anything on credit. Foreclosure even complicates employment prospects.
The impact of foreclosure is huge and the sad fact is that it’s often avoidable.
As a real estate professional who has earned the Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE) designation, my mission is to provide financially strapped homeowners with options to foreclosure, ensure that they steer clear of scams, and help navigate them through the solution that best meets their needs.
Among the most important facts to keep in mind: the sooner help is sought, the better the options.
These are tough times, but more help is available than ever before.
If you or someone you care about is ready to navigate away from the dark cloud of an unmanageable mortgage and realize that hope and blue skies are within reach, contact me today and let’s get started.
Perhaps you may want to consider selling your farm, ranch, or midtown Tulsa home now while there are many buyers out in force taking advantage of record-breaking low mortgage rates.
Call Debbie Durkee today at 918-724-8201 to discuss your options.
This post is a re-blog of content I posted on my own website TulsaShortSaleAgents.com on August 17, 2013 (“It’s a Sign of the Times!”)
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