The Sky is not falling, but it’s raining foreclosures
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Chicago, IL (PRWEB) September 13, 2007
“The Sky is not falling, but it’s raining foreclosures,” says Doug Crowe, “The Real Estate Coach,” Crowe explains how victims of the real estate bubble can not only keep their homes but even become investors themselves.
Your audience will learn how to turn the present mortgage nightmare into a rainbow of opportunity. With foreclosures increasing by 65 percent this year -- the most since the Great Depression -- this informed guest can help you keep your over-mortgaged homes from the hungry arms of the bank and use the real estate mortgage bubble to your advantage.
Crowe advises your audience to avoid foreclosure by following these tips:
- Know your numbers: Outline an expense budget and do a thorough lien search when purchasing a foreclosed property
- Prioritize your debts and cut expenses to avoid foreclosure.
- Use your assets -- a second car, jewelry, a whole life insurance policy -- to help pay your mortgage.
- Negotiate with the bank to defer your payments
- Work only with attorneys and realtors who specialize in foreclosures.
Find out why now is the best time to buy real estate and which big mortgage companies are the next to fold.
CREDENTIALS: Doug Crowe is the host of the Real Estate Coach radio show and founder of Springboard Academy, the nation’s only semester-based real estate investment school. He has been featured on CBS News, Bankrate.com, and Yahoo Finance. Crowe is the author of REAL ESTATE…Yada, Yada, Yada, a book about eliminating risk and overcoming common real estate investing fears.
AVAILABILITY: Chicago area, nationwide by arrangement and via telephone.
Colleen Ryan Herrera