New York, NY (PRWEB) May 27, 2013
Senior Partner of Wall Street based Apollo Financial Group, Rick Brava was voted onto the Long Island City YMCA Board of Managers as of May 24th, 2013.
Distressed debt specialists at Apollo Financial Group have been helping investors find superior returns on ethical investments through a series of nationwide seminars, while offering foreclosure alternatives to the nation’s struggling homeowners.
Ricky Brava, who recently received a “Citation of Honor” from the City of New York for his contributions to the community and recognition as a rising entrepreneur, not only highlights the advantages of buying non-performing notes from banks for both investor and homeowner, but how the right exit strategies and proper due diligence can make all the difference.
Mr. Brava has been a featured speaker at a series of live national events on distressed debt and the foreclosure crisis, with the most recent held in New York on May 15th.
So far events have spanned the country from the National Note Seminar in Las Vegas to the Pitbull Conference in Fort Lauderdale, with local events in NYC in April, May and June 2013.
Foreclosure and mortgage delinquency figures may be shrinking according the first quarter 2013 U.S. Foreclosure Market Report from Irvine based RealtyTrac published on February 14th; however, banks and lenders continue to pursue foreclosures, indicating this is a growing space for investors, and that homeowners could certainly benefit from having a new party to negotiate with. This provides a friendlier partner to homeowners, enabling them to get back on track to stay in their homes on terms that they can really afford, or permitting them a graceful exit.
Of his appointment to the Long Island City YMCA board Ricky Brava Tweets on May 23rd “They are doing great work!” and “I am honored”. He adamantly believes that it is possible for investors to achieve a substantial return and create a favorable outcome for a willing homeowner that wants to fix their debt, and that the ultimate outcome is one that has a significant, positive impact on local communities.
Long Island City YMCA runs an extensive line up of programs for all ages from the youngest New Yorkers to older adults, with a special focus on re-connecting young residents and setting them on the path to success. YMCA programs range from swimming to youth government programs, yoga, massage, and cardio kickboxing. More details and the current schedule can be found via the YMCA website at http://www.ymcanyc.org/lic/programs.
To find out more about Apollo Financial Group and dates for upcoming events visit http://www.apollofinancialgrp.com/ or follow Mr. Brava on Twitter @RickyBrava.