BGS3 Helps Homeowners Avoid Foreclosure
Certified Real Estate Professionals Nationwide Offer Help
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Jan. 29, 2008 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- BGS3, the National Processing Center for Short Sales, announces Program 3648. John W. Davis, Chief Administrator of Program 3648, announced the release of a nationwide campaign to certify qualified real estate professionals to assist homeowners facing a potential foreclosure. "President Bush has provided a much needed solution to the national foreclosure problem in signing H.R. 3648 -- The Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act of 2007, but the sub-prime mortgage problem continues to affect most markets nationwide. The critical next step is locating and certifying a ground army of concerned professionals who can reach out to the multitude of homeowners who desperately need relief," said Davis.
There has been a substantial increase in numbers of families affected by adjusting interest rates on sub-prime mortgages. Subsequently, foreclosure rates continue to rise. Program 3648 Representatives have been working to educate homeowners and their families on their rights and options. Kenn Lewis, Co-founder of BGS3 and Program 3648 states, "While much has been said in the media to further educate the public about their options when facing foreclosure, the vast majority of individuals in this situation simply don't know where to start. Program 3648 was enacted to handle the processing for qualified homeowners to either keep their home or go through a short sale. There is no cost for the program, and the homeowner never needs to worry about future billing. With caring, well-educated, experienced professionals administering the program on a national scale, our mission is to help thousands of homeowners avoid foreclosure."
Certification procedures are required for Program 3648 representation. "Experience and expertise in working with individuals in this situation are essential to achieving certification," said Certification Director, Jeremy Bowman. In addition to a thorough review of track record and past achievements, ongoing training and education are required to maintain certification status.
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