REST Report Helps Homeowners Understand Their Foreclosure Alternative Options

Share Article recently released a number of REST Report video reviews. A new reviews shows how the report can help homeowners to understand the modification process and use this knowledge to save their homes. is helping struggling homeowners to get connected with the REST Report, a third party analytics tool that is respected as one of the most effective ways to find all possible foreclosure alternatives for property owners who are having difficulty keeping up with their mortgage payments.

The REST (Real Estate Services and Technology) Report takes data collected from all available government and non government loan workout programs such as the HAMP and the HARP programs. Trying to apply for these modification programs alone can be a daunting task for most homeowners, as few people understand all the information that needs to be taken into account when it comes to the various loan work out programs and their unique qualifying criteria.

With the REST Report, homeowners will have all their information organized so that they can see exactly what they qualify for. More importantly, however, is the fact that the information will also be easily readable and accessible for the bank, loan servicer or other financial institution that will have to decide to approve or deny the request.

With, property owners will be able to receive the benefits of this analysis with the added benefits of top qualify support from the company’s team of homeowner advocates, as well as not having to pay any advance fees. Many homeowners have been able to save their homes from foreclosure thanks to this support.

Newly released review videos on the website show some of these homeowners and how they were able to utilize the REST in their unique situations. One of these REST Report reviews is from Crystal, a homeowner from San Diego, California.

Crystal started to struggle with her home payments after her fiancé unexpectedly passed away and she lost a job within the same short span of time. She knew she would not be able to keep up with her payments without the support she previously relied on and so she decided to apply for a loan modification.

When she went to her bank to find out what she needed to do to get the modification, they told her that she would need to stop paying her mortgage for at least five months. Crystal was apprehensive about this because she knew that it would ruin her credit score, which was, at the time, quite good. But she went along with the strategy nonetheless.

In the end, the plan backfired. In spite of ruining her credit score and putting her house in real danger of foreclosure by following the bank’s suggestion and defaulting on her payments, when Crystal finally sent in her application for a modification (which she was told she should qualify for) her bank started to give her a hassle about her paperwork.

Crystal says in her review that the bank would ask her, again and again, to resubmit paperwork or send in new documents. Finally on the verge of giving up, Crystal found the REST Report and was relieved to see that she actually had many more options than the bank was telling her she had. After resubmitting her application package with the REST analysis included, it was only a matter of weeks before she was approved for her home saving modification.

Crystal says in her video review, “If I can give homeowners any advice it would be to get the property income analysis done. There’s no risk; absolutely no risk. Get it done! See what it can do for you. It worked for me!”

For more video reviews and information on the REST, click here.

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