Miami, FL (PRWEB) May 29, 2014 -- The options that some American homeowners have when hoping to stop the foreclosure process remain diverse depending on state legislation. The Home Solutions Fla company has added a short sale versus foreclosure report to its website to expand on different services at http://homesolutionsfla.com/short-sale-vs-foreclosure-report.
The new report content evaluates what a short sale could bring to a homeowner who has already started the bank foreclosure process.
"Our company specializes in providing services and solutions to owners of homes in Florida and we've expanded our foreclosure solutions this year," said a support staff member from the Home Solutions Fla website.
Because foreclosure can have negative credit aspects, a property owner who is in pre-foreclosure could find the new report available at the Home Solutions Fla website helpful. This report along with a thorough examination of company supplied services can be reviewed.
"The housing support that our company provides could offer a person who is not eligible for other public forms of assistance a break during the foreclosure or short sale process," said the support staff member.
The general real estate information that concerns investing, selling or buying a property now found in the blog at http://homesolutionsfla.com/blog represents additional types of content accessible from the homepage. This blog content is published and is now curated as information changes.
The HomeSolutionsFla.com company offers different homeowner, seller and investor services direct from its informative portal on the Internet. This company has managed to retain its lead in the South Florida market as a top housing agency. The HomeSolutionsFla.com company is now actively promoting different content through its website apart from its created solutions that now exist for different housing scenarios. Company staff are accessible for immediate contact online or by telephone.
Robert Weglewski, HomeSolutionsFla.com, http://homesolutionsfla.com, +1 (904) 624-1164, [email protected]