New Mortgage Loan Modification Website Launches to Help Homeowners Avoid Foreclosure

Share Article has opened its "doors" to help walk struggling homeowners step-by-step through the loan modification plan that President Obama has placed into law.

In response to the massive onslaught of home foreclosures that have been spreading like a virus through every city and suburb of this great country, President Obama has signed into law the Homeowner Stability and Affordability Plan, which is more than likely going to be an effective stopgap solution until we can get our economy back on the right track.

Mortgage loan modification, a major component of this plan, is at this junction in time a very confusing topic to most struggling Americans. Sure, there are plenty of information tidbits strewn all over the web, but as of yet there are no real one-stop sources of valuable information on this subject. This is where First Capital Loan Mod claims that they can provide better assistance than what is currently available in the marketplace.

"We know that it's extremely critical to get the right information out to those who need it. This is a very timely matter, as mortgage loan modifications probably won't be around forever. What struggling Americans really need right now is a source of reliable, secure and professional information -- not some ill-intentioned sales copy that only benefits the website's company!" a First Capital representative clearly explained.

Through their website,, First Capital provides consumers an easy step-by-step mortgage modification program. Their loan mitigation specialists provide an expert knowledge of all Federal and Consumer Homeowner Laws to help anyone who truly needs it through this current housing market crisis. Their belief is that every single one of this nation's 300 million citizens should be allowed to have the right to choose whether or not to own a home without having to worry about what's going to happen to them after they sign all the paperwork.

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