Boulder, Colorado (PRWEB) July 13, 2009
Hardship letters no longer need to be hard.
A new service being provided by New Generation Practices, LLC is now available nationwide to help people with their hardship letter writing. Now you can have your letter written for you, in only two business days.
When suffering a serious illness, one of the most challenging yet crucial tasks a person must accomplish is filing complicated insurance claims. When undergoing the trauma of a divorce, one of the hardest yet most crucial tasks is negotiating a financial settlement or parenting plan that works. In both of these examples, people under a great deal of stress are asked to be able to perform well -- just to keep the situation from getting worse.
A person facing foreclosure is in the same position. They've often lost their job, experience the death (or other loss) of a spouse, or incurred a large medical debt due to several illness or injury. Clear thinking is hard to come by at times like these, but that is exactly what is needed in order to produce a good hardship letter. A good hardship letter is crucial in order to be taken seriously by a lender and get a loan modification, approval for a short sale, or approval for a deed in lieu -- and, ultimately, to avoid foreclosure.
That is where Becky DeGrossa comes in. Becky learned how to write hardship letters, but only by accident. When some of her previous divorce clients asked her to help them out, she researched what was needed. She had no idea, at the time, that there would be such a demand for this skill. These days, with the economy in shambles, hardship letter writing dominates her time. In June, alone, Becky wrote over 50 letters for homeowners too distraught or unsure to write their own.
"There is a psychology to writing these letters," says Becky. "You need to convince the lender to go into business with you, even though you didn't quite deliver on the last business deal."
Having a master's degree in psychology probably helps with this task. Becky's letters are successful, more often than not, because she has established a very focused process of getting the information she needs from the homeowner, and then applying her psychology, professionally. She gets to the core of the situation, and creates an individualized, quality, compelling letter that lenders read and respond to.
Unlike many online businesses, her phone number is featured prominently on her website. She knows that people are already stressed, and that many are afraid of being taken advantage of, online.
"I spend quite a bit of time on the phone," she said. "People feel much more comfortable when they know I'm a real person who can help them get this piece out of the way." She says that she's met some neat folks, too. "There are a lot of good people who are hurting right now. It feels good to be able to do something to help."
While there is no guarantee that her letter will work, she follows up on each letter she writes. Her success rate, so far, is 86% -- not bad in an industry fraught with horror stories.
If you need a hardship letter, go to http://www.hardshipletterin2days.com and Becky can help you out. Or call her directly at 303-249-9929.