With ACORN Going Bust, 5 Million Distressed Homeowners Could Be Left Out In the Cold

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ACORN is under suspicion, foreclosures are at an all time high, the bailout is a complete flop, unethical companies are coming out of the woodwork to take advantage of unsuspecting homeowners and stealing their money. What is "Joe the Plumber" supposed to do now? Luckily, there is a new book that just may offer-up much needed answers to these pressing issues.

Over 5 million Americans will be facing foreclosure in the next year. With ACORN in hot water and the bailout a miserable flop, what will these people do? The latest stream of scams is seemingly government-backed businesses contacting unsuspecting homeowners with the promise of a new loan or a modified loan for just two easy payments of $1,495. The problem - most underwater homeowners make the first payment and never hear another word.

With unemployment at an all time high, underwater homeowners are desperate to try whatever method they can to keep their home. It's the same situation for underwater investors as well. Many Americans tried to buy investment properties at the top of the market, but held on to the properties too long, and now find themselves underwater as well.

National foreclosure expert, Dwan Bent-Twyford, says that most homeowners and investors can help themselves and don't even know it. In her new book - How to Sell a House When it is Worth Less Than the Mortgageā€¦Options for Underwater Homeowners and Investors, Twyford speaks of many options that work in the current market and cost the underwater homeowner or investor nothing.

According to foreclosure expert Twyford - anyone underwater can contact the bank and work out their own loan modification, forbearance agreement, and even a deed in lieu of foreclosure. In her new book, Twyford gives solid advice on how to survive the storm, every option that is available to underwater homeowners and investors, and even a pep talk of how to rebuild a life after foreclosure.

Twyford goes as far as to explain the emotional stages underwater homeowners go through and how to get past each stage so that they can move forward with their lives. Having started as a struggling single mother, Twyford knows first-hand what financial hardship feels like.

Dwan Bent-Twyford has bought and sold over 1,000 distressed properties, has been featured on MSNBC, FOX & Friends, Naomi Judd's Good Morning, as well as many other radio and television shows. She is considered the nations' number one expert in the field of foreclosures. In fact, many refer to her as "The Queen of Foreclosures."

Twyford now focuses much of her time helping people in trouble get a fresh start. In a world full of negative information, she is a well-needed fresh face of hope and encouragement. The good news, according to Twyford, is that there is life after foreclosure and a good one at that! For additional information on how to save your home or investment properties contact Dwan at: http://www.1234closures.com or check out her member's only site at: http://theieu.com/member_site.

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