Greensboro, NC, January 05, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Karen Foster of RE/MAX of Greensboro in Greensboro, North Carolina, has earned the prestigious Certified Distressed Property Expert® (CDPE) designation after completing extensive training designed to assist homeowners facing foreclosures and to help home buyers in purchasing a distressed property.
A CDPE has a thorough understanding of complex issues in today’s turbulent real estate industry and knowledge of foreclosure avoidance options available to homeowners. CDPEs can provide solutions, specifically short sales, for homeowners facing market hardships.
“Karen's dedication in earning the CDPE designation demonstrates her willingness to not only help troubled homeowners in Greensboro and the Triad, but it shows a commitment to help the community recover from this turbulent housing market,” said Lisa Bennett, Broker/Owner of RE/MAX of Greensboro. “Seasoned real estate agents like Karen, and thousands of other RE/MAX Associates who are already CDPE certified, know that specific training is essential in helping families buy and sell homes.”
For more information on the Distressed Property Institute and CDPE, visit www.cdpe.com.
To contact Karen Foster, call 336-346-1244 or to look for properties available in and around Greensboro, visit karen.foster.remax.com.
RE/MAX of Greensboro has served Greensboro North Carolina and the surrounding Triad communities for over 35 years, and is proud to be the first RE/MAX office established in the Carolinas. Our 40+ agents have extensive experience in real estate sales, including residential, commercial, foreclosures and short sales with a 2011 per agent average of over 16 transactions per year and 14 years’ experience.
For information on RE/MAX of Greensboro, please visit: www.remaxofgreensboro.com and www.anewlevelofsuccess.com or contact: Grant Bennett, Broker/Owner, RE/MAX of Greensboro, 336-854-0500