Mortgage Recovery Group Launches New Website to Provide Long Islanders with Better Mortgage Solutions

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The Mortgage Recovery Group, based out of Farmingdale and Amityville on Long Island is celebrating the launch of a new web presence to provide optimum mortgage renegotiation and recovery services to the Long Island and New York community. The Mortgage Recovery Group is an association of affiliated law firms who have over 50 combined years of experience in all aspects of real estate transactions, offering unbiased suggestions. This group provides clients advice, and in many cases, assistance in renegotiating the terms of their current mortgage loan with the current lender. For information: http://www.mortgagerecoverygroup.com or Contact: info@mortgagerecoverygroup.com Phone: (631) 393 - 0421

We have redesigned our web presence to make a simple yet elegant communication between our organization and those who need our services. We feel this will make it less cumbersome for people in need of what we bring to the table to find us and to contact us in a more efficient manner.

The Mortgage Recovery Group, based out of Farmingdale and Amityville on Long Island is celebrating the launch of a new web presence to provide optimum mortgage renegotiation and recovery services to the Long Island and New York community.

According to members of the Information Technology Department, "We have redesigned our web presence to make a simple yet elegant communication between our organization and those who need our services. We feel this will make it less cumbersome for people in need of what we bring to the table to find us and to contact us in a more efficient manner."

In these unprecedented difficult economic times, many homeowners are finding that they are in a situation where their mortgage payments have increased to a level where they can no longer afford to make the required payments. In some cases this has been caused by variable rate mortgage loans whose rates have re-set, or possibly due to other factors. Whatever the cause of the problem, the threat to their homes is real and immediate.

In some cases, it may be in the best interests of homeowners to re-negotiate a modified payoff schedule for the current mortgage with the current lender, or in other cases, re-finance their mortgage. As an alternative, it may be in the best interests of the individual to put the home up for sale. If a foreclosure action has been started, there are strategies available that can result in a more positive outcome for the homeowner. Which of those choices is the right one in an individual case, depends on a variety of factors. No one solution is the right one for everyone.

People need independent advice from professionals who have experience in all phases of real estate transactions to determine which choice is best for you.

The Mortgage Recovery Group is an association of affiliated law firms who have over 50 combined years of experience in all aspects of real estate transactions, offering unbiased suggestions. This group provides clients advice, and in many cases, assistance in renegotiating the terms of their current mortgage loan with the current lender. If that choice does not work out for the client, then a wide range of choices are available, based on a network of real estate professionals in the fields of finance, title insurance, real estate brokerage, and credit repair. If representation in a foreclosure action is needed, that service can be provided as well.

The Mortgage Recovery Group is dedicated to providing an all around solution to the clients we serve. Founded by a team of professional Real Estate Attorneys, The Mortgage Recovery Group has the experience and connections in the industry needed to get the job done efficiently and correctly.

The Mortgage Recovery Group offers an initial consultation at no cost to all prospective clients.

For information: http://www.mortgagerecoverygroup.com or
Contact: info @ mortgagerecoverygroup.com
Phone: (631) 393 - 0421

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