Scottsdale Law Group Hosts Free Underwater Home Webinar for Colorado Residents

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Leading expert Brent White discusses his book that covers both the emotional and practical side of being an underwater homeowner.

Pre-recorded Webinar: Underwater Home: What Should You Do If You Owe More Than Your Home is Worth?

Scottsdale Law Group

Registration: March 21-25, 2011.
Will receive pre-recorded webinar upon registration.
Limited to 600 people.
Link to register:

A number of Colorado Residents owe more on their mortgages than what their home is worth, and for these homeowners being underwater can be a scary and difficult time. Scottsdale Law Group is hosting this webinar for those who missed the empowering live version on Feb. 14. The webinar covers both the emotional and practical side of being an underwater homeowner, where leading expert Brent White explains when it makes financial sense to stay in an underwater home and when it makes sense to get out. He will explain the options and facts that will empower the underwater homeowner to make the best decision for their family, free from guilt or fear, and with clarity, confidence and peace of mind.

Brent White is a law professor at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law and one of the nation’s leading experts on the mortgage crisis. His academic work has been widely-covered in the national media including 60 Minutes, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, and the New York Times.

About Scottsdale Law Group:
Scottsdale Law Group is a law firm that brings together both legal and experienced transactional professionals to focus on legal matters associated with widespread real estate negative equity, government sponsored residential loan programs, property short sales, and bankruptcy protection. It is an industry leader in successfully processing, managing and achieving settlement offers with lenders and short sale transactions. To learn more about Scottsdale Law Group and the services it provides, please visit

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