“When faced with the possibility of foreclosure, I’ve seen too many homeowners make poor choices, even walking away from their homes without calling their lender or a real estate agent."
Fayetteville, AR (PRWEB) June 17, 2010
Local Fayetteville, Arkansas real estate agent and community advocate, David Simpson of RE/MAX Associates, today announced the creation of a new informational Web site for Northwest Arkansas area homeowners in distress. shortsalenorthwestarkansas.com contains vital facts about the options available to these homeowners, to help them make the educated decisions about their future.
“I developed this site with my community in mind,” Simpson said. “When faced with the possibility of foreclosure, I’ve seen too many homeowners make poor choices, even walking away from their homes without calling their lender or a real estate agent. These people didn’t know the options available, or even how to find any information about their situation."
Foreclosure is one of the most devastating financial difficulties that a family can face and one that many times can be avoided. The options available to Northwest Arkansas-area residents to avoid foreclosure are many.
"I want more for the people of Northwest Arkansas and more involves making informed decisions.”
shortsalenorthwestarkansas.com acts as a hub for information on the facts and issues for struggling homeowners, putting all the necessary information in one, easy-to-use location. David has helped many homeowners in the last year stop a foreclosure by short selling their homes giving them relief from the fear of losing their homes through a foreclosure.
Alex Charfen, co-founder and CEO of the Distressed Property Institute in Austin, Texas, said that more than seven out of 10 homeowners in foreclosure proceed without any visible assistance. David can give you the expertise necessary to avoid a foreclosure, save your credit, relieve the uncertainty and most of all help your family.
“Agents with the Certified Distressed Property Expert® designation are helping distressed homeowners understand that there may be options available to them,” Charfen said. “David Simpson has been trained to help homeowners avoid foreclosure, and this Web site resource to educate the community is a commendable public service.”
The CDPE designation provides real estate professionals with specific understanding of the complex issues confronting the real estate industry. Through comprehensive training and experience, CDPEs are able to provide solutions for homeowners facing hardships in today’s market.
For more information about CDPE Designation, visit http://www.cdpe.com.
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