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A New Resource Is Now Available To Stop Foreclosures
The EHS Letter Manual, and its Internet support service, offers homeowners facing foreclosure a very inexpensive option to “fend for themselves” as building financial pressures threaten their financial well-being more than ever before.
By: Edward H. Smith, Publisher
Despite the many advertised private and public programs offering assistance to homeowners, many folks have lost their homes simply because they could not deal equitably or reasonably with their mortgage holders. Instead, homeowners have fallen prey to a new "mass-foreclosure industry" whose objective is to convert the demise of the homeowner into handsome profits and fees.
This sad reality is driven by the current state of the U.S. housing and mortgage crisis and the fact that the "bailout" of the financial institutions is a higher priority that the "bailout" of the average family.
This puts the family facing foreclosure in a horrible dilemma. In order to work out an equitable financial arrangement to keep their home, they are required to disclose information which often results in every last cent they have being extracted from them to stop the pending foreclosure. The result is they lose all of their money (their savings, their retirement, their education funds, their emergency funds, etc.) and then, financially drained at they hands of a national economic crisis they didn't cause, they lose their home anyway.
Perhaps a more prudent way for that homeowner to proceed in the midst of a foreclosure proceeding is to not disclose information to anyone until taking the opportunity to get the real facts, analyze the situation, and then determine the best way to proceed given the circumstances;
Please visit: www.ehsportal.com
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Edward H. Smith, Publisher has developed The EHS Letter Manual, and its Internet support program offered at ehsportal.com, to assist individuals in the protection of their money, income, and property in the failing U.S. economy.