We want to offer the public a valuable resource for foreclosure avoidance they can depend on
Colchester, IL (PRWEB) September 12, 2009
Foreclosures are rampant in Illinois and Home Solutions of North America is proud to announce a free Halt Foreclosure Sale Program to the public. Our Halt Sale program is open to anyone in need that is facing foreclosure and we have the capacity to service hundreds of at-need consumers every month.
"We want to offer the public a valuable resource for foreclosure avoidance they can depend on" said Mike Lucas, Chapter President of Home Solutions of North America. "Too many people have been scammed by fly-by-night organizations that take money from struggling consumers and provide little to no help in return. Our goal is to help people all over the country avoid foreclosure sales free of charge."
Home Solutions of North America provides the public and its members with a wealth of resources to help improve the financial lives of struggling Americans. Even though most people come to Home Solutions of North America for the complimentary Halt Sale program, many take advantage of our counseling and educational services as well. These services range from credit and debt counseling to housing and financial counseling as well.
About Home Solutions of North America
Home Solutions of North America is a direct response to the economic problems that consumers face in our struggling economy. While the economy worsens, more and more for-profit organizations spring up around the country promising to provide services to struggling consumers but rarely helping anyone but themselves. The emergency foreclosure avoidance service offered by Home Solutions of North America is a viable answer to the foreclosure crisis continuing to spread across the country. It's free, it's effective and it helps keep families where they belong: in their homes.
For more information, Home Solutions of North America can be reached at +1-800-406-4258 and at, http://foreclosureillinois.org
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