As Real Estate Professionals, we are typically asked to help our clients through life transitions. While many transitions are considered "positive" (such as first time homebuyers, move-up buyers, family growth, job promotions, investment properties, dream homes, etc.), we are often asked to help with "negative" transitions as well (such as divorce, job loss, death, etc.).
We live in an era where any ambiguity can and often will be used against us in the court of public opinion. That said, I want to stress that the purpose of these workshops (and our ongoing assistance to aiding divorcing homeowners) is aimed at consumer protection. That said, nothing I teach and/or practice on any level is intended to disrespect the sanctity of marriage, celebrate the frequency of divorces in America, nor is it intended to motivate Real Estate professionals to "break up marriages" in order to earn a commission.
We have an opportunity to help a population of people who are going through an emotionally traumatic time in their lives. If you are an ethical Real Estate Professional, I would like to personally invite you to attend an upcoming workshop to learn more about Divorce Real Estate, and specifically how to help divorcing homeowners make informed decisions about their secured residential debts, provide value to Family Law Attorneys (aka Divorce Attorneys), and more.
For details and registration, please visit www.DivorceMortgage.info
Jason Gordon has earned 2 designations pertaining to helping him assist Divorcing Homeowners at a significantly higher level than the standard training provided in the Mortgage & Real Estate industries. In addition to earning a designation called a Real Estate Collaborative Specialist - Divorce (RCS-D), which was taught by a Law School Professor and Harvard Law School Graduate, he also earned his Certified Divorce Lending Professional (CDLP) designation, taught by a 20+ year Mortgage Professional and published author on the topic. Below is a summary of some of the CDLP teachings:
If you cannot attend one of the upcoming workshops, but are interested in learning more, please contact Jason Gordon directly at 619-200-8031, email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.GordonMortgage.com