Mortgage Relief

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Services for Real Estate Pros with Mortgage Relief

Homeowners on average buy a new home 3-5 times in their lives and will pay about twice the purchase price of their home on a traditional mortgage-a mortgage that will take about 30 years to pay off.
There is now a software called Money Merge Account (MMA) that can reduce a mortgage by 50% or more with no refinancing necessary or additional out of pocket expense
MMA, was developed by a team of financial experts with years of experience in the mortgage industry, the MMA rapidly reduces the principal of your mortgage, practically eliminating the interest from accruing on your loan. Your 30-year mortgage can now be paid off in about half the time or less, with no change to your lifestyle or refinancing of your existing mortgage. 
This obviously creates greater equity in this home in a shorter period of time enabling the home owner to purchase up, to that dream home a lot sooner.  The banks love this because instead of holding a loan for 3-5 yrs. they now will hold the loan from 8-12 using this example.
There has never been a product developed like this.  This is all point and click technology and extremely user friendly.  The cost for the software is a one time $3500.00 and it comes from the equity in the home and not the consumer's pocket. This investment is returned within the first 3-5 months and in most cases doubles if not triples that investment
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The Money Merge Account is not a bi-weekly payment or debt roll-down system. It's an entirely new approach that gives homeowners flexibility with their money and complete financial freedom.
You can check out an orientation on this product by going to www.u1stfinancial.net/scottu1st click on the MMA video tour. Any questions please feel free to contact me. 

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Fred Griffin Florida Real Estate
Fred Griffin Real Estate - Tallahassee, FL
Licensed Florida Real Estate Broker

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Jul 24, 2015 01:01 PM