To Award Five More College Students With Scholarships Totaling $9,000

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Program returns for 2010 after wildly successful 2009 campaign financially assisted several bright scholars from throughout the nation

How could education at the high school level help avert and/or minimize a future foreclosure crisis? today announced that it will reward five more college students with scholarships who can best provide a solution(s) to one of the most troubling issues facing our nation today:

"How could education at the high school level help avert and/or minimize a future foreclosure crisis?", which received thousands of entries from students during its inaugural scholarship program last year, will accept written essays/plans (800-word minimum, 2,000-word maximum) through its website from Sept. 1, 2010, to Dec. 1, 2010.

Five winners will be selected at the conclusion of the contest and will share $9,000 in allotted scholarship funds. The top prize is a $5,000 scholarship and four $1,000 grants will be awarded to the runners up.

All students must read and agree to the scholarship rules, which are located on the contest page at

“Education equals freedom,” said Director of Education, Linda Yates. “Often we don't know what we don't know – where do the roots of the foreclosure problem really lie? How far back can we trace it? These are important questions. So we are eager to get answers, which is the reason we are excited to review this year's submissions on how the future generation of homebuyers will be able to make smart financial decisions."

In addition to the cash prizes (5) in the form of scholarships, winning submissions will also be published on

For complete details and submission requirements/instructions for the Scholarship Program visit

About Education and Linda Yates:
Linda Yates develops and leads the real estate training division on behalf of From global web seminars to nationwide onsite workshops and boot camps, she implements the educational programs that help investors and first-time homebuyers thrive in today's real estate market. She uses basic logic, core principles and years of experience to help others achieve the American dream first and foremost at – the largest and most accurate searchable database of foreclosed homes and investment property information in the nation. More than 1.8 million foreclosure, preforeclosure, bankruptcy/Chapter 11, FSBO and tax lien listings are featured in the company’s industry-leading database.

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