(PRWEB) August 17, 2006
According to RealtyTrac, an industry organization that maintains a nationwide database of foreclosures, home mortgage defaults between January and March of this year numbered 323,102 compared with 188,122 during the same period last year - an increase of 72 percent. With Americans in nearly every income bracket being forced into foreclosure, banking, finance and credit expert, Eric Turner created National Foreclosure Centers.
National Foreclosure Centers has experience in working with lenders and their agents in an effort to avoid foreclosure. The team consists of talented, educated, professional personnel who are dedicated to assisting home owners nation-wide. As the nation's housing bubble deflates, National Foreclosure Centers seeks to help consumers who are unable to pay their home mortgage.
"We are clearly seeing a spike in foreclosures in a number of our major urban areas," said Julie L. Williams, acting U.S. comptroller of the currency, whose agency regulates the nation's banks. "It can lead to a downward spiral for neighborhoods. If we are not careful, the American dream can quickly turn into the American nightmare."
National Foreclosure Centers offers unique programs, which are effective in stopping foreclosure and catching up back payments. Each program has its own qualification requirements and the company carefully determines which program is best suited for the consumer.
“No matter how far along you are in the foreclosure process, National Foreclosure Centers can help unravel the situation and stop the foreclosure process,” Turner said. “With the right help and proper procedures, virtually any foreclosure process can be stopped.”
About National Foreclosure Centers
National Foreclosure Centers is recognized as a national leader in home mortgage assistance services. With several lenders to choose from, and a variety of programs to modify mortgage contracts, the company has perfected the science of preventing foreclosure and catching up on back house payments. For more information about National Foreclosure Centers or its unique programs please contact: