Dec. 12, 2010
-- MortgageSupportNow.com makes it possible for homeowners to ask for assistance by completing a brief form explaining their current situation and what kind of help they would like to receive while maintaining their privacy and dignity at the same time, because no personal identifying or address information is required. Banks, lenders and other organizations willing to offer help to homeowners review these help requests and, using a private message system built into the site, contact the posting homeowner to discuss the situation further. When they are ready for more direct contact, the parties can exchange information and hopefully conclude a successful resolution to the homeowner's situation. MortgageSupportNow.com is constantly working to expand and improve awareness of its services with banks and lenders, encouraging them to work with homeowners who are asking for help. MortgageSupportNow.com is advertiser-supported, and there is no cost to homeowners or lenders for use of the site services.
MortgageSupportNow.com offers additional features, such as a Resource Guide packed with useful information on companies, government agencies, websites, community organizations and programs which can assist homeowners, and discussion forums on topics including loan and lender scams to avoid, practical advice on dealing with mortgage related issues, and more. MortgageSupportNow.com also distributes a free weekly email newsletter with mortgage news, helpful hints, and information on new lender programs and services.
For more information on MortgageSupportNow.com's services, or to inquire about advertising and marketing opportunities, contact Linda Booth, Director of Public Relations, via email at linda.booth@