Take action now to turn it around in 2012

Real Estate Sales Representative with RE/MAX Central Realty


Take action now to turn it around in 2012


Recent economic upheaval has taken a hefty toll. Looking forward to 2012, it’s impossible to know what’s next and the kind of an impact that an upturn or a downturn at the national level stands to have on your family’s finances.


Regardless of what happens in Washington or on Wall Street, two things are very clear: you are not alone and now is the time to prepare for a new normal.


With a national epidemic of unemployment or underemployment, and 25 percent of the homeowners in the country owing more on their home than they could net for it in today’s market, homeownership for many has become a financial liability. Not       being able to make payments on a home that you can’t afford to sell feels like an awful trap, but the fact is, there are solutions—and foreclosing on your mortgage is not one of them.


Loan modification is an option for many and banks are increasingly willing to negotiate short sales. In many cases, they’re offering sizable financial incentives to help financially strapped homeowners to get a fresh start on their lives.


As real estate professional who has achieved the Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE) designation, it is my mission to give homeowners the gift of a fresh start. 


Contact me TODAY and let’s get started.


Todd Schroth - RE/MAX Hall of Fame, CDPE, SFR, ABR
RE/MAX Central Realty

407-247-4184 Direct Cell/Text
todd@teamschroth.com   Please note new email address



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Erv Fleishman
Realty Associates - Boca Raton, FL
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Perhaps we should modify who is in Washington DC

Nov 29, 2011 04:48 AM #1
Doug Rogers
Bayou Properties - Alexandria, LA
Your Alexandria Louisiana Agent

I have noticed short sales moving a little more smoothly this year. Perhaps banks are finally catching on.

Nov 29, 2011 06:40 AM #2
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