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Free Online Mortgage Loan Modification Course Officially Launches

Our goal is to help the countless homeowners who are struggling to keep their homes help themselves with a free service developed by experts in the industry

Homeowners struggling with their mortgage loans now have access to a powerful online educational resource at no cost at http://www.LoanModificationForFree.com. Officially launched and available to the public, the online course gives homeowners the necessary tools to intelligently approach the loan modification process.

"Our goal is to help the countless homeowners who are struggling to keep their homes help themselves with a free service developed by experts in the industry," says Jeremy Kossen, industry expert and creator of the course. "We understand that the last thing homeowners need while trying to save their homes is an added expense. That's why we offer this resource at no charge."

Registration is simple and access to the online course is immediate. The course consists of seven separate lessons, each given in presentation format and covering an important step in obtaining a loan modification. Topics covered include:

  • Mortgage modification basics.
  • Creating a loan modification proposal.
  • Analyzing finances and constructing a budget sheet.
  • Negotiation strategies.
  • Reviewing the lender's offer.
  • Foreclosure prevention.

By the time a registered user completes the course, says Kossen, "The homeowner should be able to fully understand and successfully submit a loan modification request with any lender." He adds, "Ultimately, we want people to be able to lower their mortgage payment and stop foreclosure on their homes."

To learn how to modify a home loan for free, access the online course at any time to get started by visiting http://www.LoanModificationForFree.com.

About LoanModificationForFree.com
LoanModificationForFree.com is a newly formed initiative to educate distressed homeowners on strategies to stop foreclosure and obtain a loan modification. LoanModificationForFree.com, like other free online resources such as Google, Yahoo! and Facebook is funded by advertising, and does not charge homeowners a fee for this service. To learn more about LoanModificationForFree.com call (888) 365-0914 or visit http://www.LoanModificationForFree.com.

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