Local San Diego Agent Provides Resources on Foreclosure Alternatives and Sales
SAN DIEGO, CA – October 19, 2010 – Local CDPE-designated agent/broker, JOE MENDOZA of KATCAM REAL ESTATE, has released an informational report comparing the consequences of a short sale and foreclosure.
The report can be found at www.GuaranteedHomeHelp.com and provides a thorough explanation of how a short sale may potentially improve a homeowner’s future financial stability. The website also provides tools to learn how to avoid foreclosure in San Diego. The website also helps to have a greater understanding what happens in a Short Sale.
“Considering how damaging foreclosure can be for the homeowner and the surrounding community, it is important that everyone knows all of the alternatives available,” Mr. Mendoza said. “This report is the latest addition to my website, which gives distressed homeowners a way to inform themselves on their best options.”
Currently, one in seven mortgages is in some stage of delinquency. Once a mortgage payment has been missed, the lender has the ability to begin the foreclosure process. A short sale can potentially minimize the damage to one’s future loan eligibility, credit score, employment, security clearance and more.
“We often see homeowners enter the foreclosure process without any visible means of professional guidance,” Mr. Mendoza a pro in handling Short Sales in San Diego said. “My hope is to inform the community that there are legal, dignified alternatives to foreclosure.”
The CDPE designation provides real estate agents with the tools and knowledge needed to efficiently, ethically and effectively pursue foreclosure alternatives, specifically short sales. In addition to their initial training, CDPE-designated agents are connected to a network of professionals via the Distressed Property Institute, allowing them to remain regularly updated on the complex and quickly changing real estate market.
For more information about the CDPE Designation, visit www.cdpe.com.
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