For More Than 300,000 Homeowners Nationwide Facing Foreclosure Isn’t the End

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As the real estate industry braces for a substantial increase in the number of foreclosures this summer after an already brisk upturn in numbers for First Quarter 2006,only one place on the Internet offers positive encouragement to those facing foreclosure - The national free e-zine that serves as an educational and enrichment tool teaching consumers and potential investors how to harness the power of real estate is a fresh resource for new philosophy in an increasingly dire market.

The economic nightmare scenario looks something like this: 323,102 properties nationwide entered some stage of foreclosure in the first quarter of 2006, a 38 percent increase from the previous quarter and a 72 percent year-over-year increase from the first quarter of 2005, according to the Foreclosure Market Report from RealtyTrac. But only one e-zine sees the distinctly silver lining. Backed by more than 20 years of tangible experience within the mortgage and real estate investing industries, Sandy Shaud, the publisher of offers a free online sanctuary to educate and heal the homeowner or investor’s soul.

“Whether you are a homeowner or investor, if you do end up in foreclosure remember, it isn’t the end of the world. It is easy to beat ourselves up and shrink back in defeat,” said Sandy Shaud, Publisher of “Life is much easier when we understand it is all a learning process. The same is true with real estate investing. All real estate investors learn by actual ‘doing’ and sometimes the lessons come in the form of foreclosure or money lost. A foreclosure is only a temporary reprieve. You only lost a particular house, not your ability to buy or invest in the future.” provides extensive free exclusive articles on real estate for education, encouragement and enrichment, video vignettes by real estate experts, daily real estate news from around the nation, and the most up-to-date trends and data. The “Inner Circle” of the site is accessible for a nominal monthly fee of $14.95 and provides unbiased real estate market reviews, archive access, news alerts, product discounts, a monthly newsletter, and monthly educational conference calls.

“There are four distinct actions you can take immediately to turn your negative experience with real estate around,” continues Shaud. “I have experienced first-hand unfortunate circumstances with my properties in the past, however, a positive turnaround is just this simple:

1)Allow yourself to make it OK – coming into cooperation with the reality of a situation allows you to move forward.

2)Release any judgments about yourself. Forgive yourself and move on – punishing yourself will only keep you stuck in negativity.

3)Time passes fast and heals all credit wounds. Therefore speak to a mortgage broker or banker to find out what you need to do to position yourself properly to buy again in the future.

4)Finally, remember that increasing foreclosures will mean a lot of new opportunity for real estate investors and homebuyers. You will be able to invest or buy again and at a deep discount in many areas.”

For more information, visit Media Contact: To interview Sandy Shaud call Ria Romano at RPR Public Relations, Inc.: 786-290-6413.


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