HomeAssure Launches to Stop Home Foreclosures; With HomeAssure Homeowners Can Save Their Homes

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HomeAssure negotiates with lenders on behalf of homeowners facing foreclosure. Whether the goal is to keep a home or simply get out of it without going through foreclosure, HomeAssure helps makes that a reality.

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The most critical factor in stopping foreclosure is speed. Options become more limited and complex with time. A newly launched company, HomeAssure, is committed to saving homes by providing instantaneous service, exceptional value, and honesty. With a team of dedicated professionals and seasoned relationships with lenders, HomeAssure negotiates with mortgage companies to provide homeowners with all available options for stopping foreclosure.

With foreclosure, homeowners risk family instability, loss of home and equity, negative credit ratings, and potential lawsuits. There are many reasons for foreclosure including rising interest rates, unemployment, personal tragedy, and health problems. HomeAssure’s counselors negotiate with lenders and develop personalized solutions such as reinstatement or repayment plans, loan modification, restructuring, or refinance, forbearance agreements, and pre-foreclosure sales.

HomeAssure also teaches homeowners how to avoid the re-financing trap. Virtually everyone facing foreclosure will be turned down for new financing and usually won't find out until it's too late to save their home. If refinancing is an option, answers will be provided within 48 hours and foreclosures postponed until closing.

HomeAssure guarantees its’ commitment and promises to customers. In the unlikely scenario that they are unable to negotiate a satisfactory plan with a lender or provide a viable strategy to avoid or stop foreclosure, clients will be completely refunded.

With HomeAssure, homeowners have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Stop foreclosure, get foreclosure help. Visit http://www.homeassure.com or call immediately 1-866-598-KEEP (5337) for information and a free consultation.

Contact: Rachel Santana, 646-345-3382

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