Minneapolis,Mn (PRWEB) August 13, 2013
Minnesota foreclosure and short sale scams are on the rise in 2013. Investor groups are moving into the short sale and foreclosure market and submitting hundreds if not thousands of low offers hoping to get a few approved. They walk away from most of the offers forcing the unsuspecting homeowners into foreclosure.
Minnesota Foreclosures have ravaged the cities for over five years. Troubled homeowners are buried by a paperwork process that at best would be considered a nightmare. Not knowing what to do, many of these homeowners did nothing and ended up in foreclosure.
There is a light at the end of the tunnel. Different options are now available and the best may be a Minnesota Short Sale. With the successful sale of hundreds and hundreds of short sale homes and a passion for helping struggling homeowners that has given him the proud title of 'Mr Short Sale', Joe Niece of REMAX Results announced that he will be in Minnesota later this week conducting "Don't For Sale by Owner in Minnesota by Yourself" Workshops. Niece will go over the specific benefits and problems associated with short sale and foreclosures for today's homeowners and home buyers.
"With hundreds of thousands of views to JoeNiece.com and almost 100,000 pages of information about short sales, foreclosures, specific bank info, writing hardship letters and any other real estate question you could think of, I have tried to give homeowners a resource allowing them to get answer without having to give their identity," Niece said.
The website has been a huge stress relief based on the feedback we are getting, and "gives homeowners the resources they need to make hard decisions," Niece said.
Joe Niece of RE/MAX Results has been recognized as a Real Estate expert throughout the United States and has been seen on ABC Nightline, Fox and the front page of the New York Times. He is a frequent contributor on Short Sales, Foreclosures, Home Price Trends and General Real Estate.
Call Joe now at (612) 508-4100 to get started today.