Howtomodify.com Program Opens for Business Serving USA: New Software Program Assists Homeowners with Complicated Mortgage Modification Approval Process

The HowtoModify.com web-based educational software program assists homeowners with the complicated Home Loan Modification approval process and has a 99 percent client success rate. This patent pending submission solution is designed to simplify the home loan modification or short sale application process through video tutorials and step-by-step, self-paced instructions.

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) June 18, 2013

Howtomodify.com, opened this week to serve a national home owner audience. The HowToModify program is a web-based educational software and patent pending submission solution designed to simplify the home loan modification application process through video tutorials and step-by-step, self-paced instructions.

Founder Mick Barron is passionate about “Saving America’s Homes”. Through personal experience in navigating complex bank processes to modify a home loan, Mick Barron successfully resolved his financial problems, continued on to help hundreds of others. He created a comprehensive program to educate homeowners on the application process to ultimately save their homes.

Barron believes that with the required knowledge, millions of Americans could have saved their homes. “Multiple foreclosures that could have been avoided through loan modifications were not because of lack of homeowner information. Even today, it’s extremely difficult for a homeowner to comprehend the bank requirements to qualify for home modification or short-sale. The banks want and will modify your loan – but they don’t have any obligation to make it simple,” says Barron.

Barron’s knowledge of the complex home loan modification process is from his own experience working with banks to modify his own loans after his personal properties’ values declined in 2008. “In 2007, I owned millions of dollars in real estate but...in 2008 my property values declined overnight,” Barron remembers. Once he figured out how to navigate the complicated process, Barron started to counsel others through referrals and his home loan modification and short-sale consulting business took off. “While business was good for me, millions of people were losing their homes because of lack of information. I felt the obligation to create a company where everyone that wanted the opportunity to keep their home could, by using my proven step-by-step process.”

For an affordable fee of $299, HowToModify.com is the necessary tool to educate homeowners on how to simplify the tedious process of submitting a home loan modification application. For an additional charge, HowtoModify.com also provides optional follow-up services with the bank with the goal of protecting the home owner from that additional stress and work.

About http://www.HowtoModify.com

HowtoModify.com has its national headquarters in Metro Atlanta, GA. HowtoModify.com online Loan Modification Program is a unique, patent pending loan modification document submission process. The software also includes a short sale program, full chat support and optional follow up services.

CEO Mick Barron is a frequently featured expert guest on America's top radio programs. Mick provides insights on subjects such as the US housing market, economic trends, mortgage industry, the home loan modification and short sales process.