Real Estate Agent turned 'Change Agent' - Pt. 3
Because I'm a Change Agent, and not just a real estate agent anymore, and because the health of my business is so closely tied to the health of my community, I can't afford NOT to give away what I know.
Especially when I'm looking for people to help.
That's why I've drawn from my past work with pre-foreclosure clients, as well as the combined experiences and knowledge of my team of real estate experts, and put together an informative e-book to share with my Georgia neighbors everything that I have learned as a REALTOR about how a person can avoid foreclosure in Georgia. It's short and easy to read and understand.
It's also available FREE for the asking at http://AvoidGeorgiaForeclosure.com, and is intended for people in distressed situations, and for the neighbors, friends and family of such home owners. It seems almost everybody knows somebody who is going through it in the current economy. The e-book offers proven strategies for anyone facing a possible bank foreclosure on their real property due to relocation or hardship. I hope it will instruct Georgians on their options, and that they will identify specific information and tactics contained in the book which they can immediately put into action to avoid bank foreclosure.
Because I am a stakeholder in the community both as a resident and as a REALTOR, I want to spread the word quickly and without price constraint. It's too important to hold back.
And hopefully some of them will call on me so I can answer any remaining questions. Then maybe I'll have the opportunity to review their situation and help them identify an appropriate non-foreclosure course of action based on their particular circumstances and needs. And maybe some of them will find their very best option is to list with me for a short sale.
I'm interested to know, what other agents are doing in their markets to address the growing problems of economic hardship and negative equity homesellers?