Wynnewood, PA, April 24, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Michael Cohen of Re/Max Access, a Philadelphia real estate specialist, has developed a marketing strategy and website that is focused on assisting distressed homeowners find information and investigate options to avoid the foreclosure process. As an expert in short sales - a real estate transaction option that banks will consider instead of foreclosure with specific guidelines - Cohen is determined to provide essential knowledge to homeowners in Philadelphia facing this unfortunate circumstance.
Visitors to www.AvoidForeclosurePhilly.com will find information regarding the process of foreclosure, what effects foreclosure has on a homeowner, and ways to prevent the foreclosure process from continuing. The website features easy-to-understand informational tools such as a list of frequently asked questions, a glossary of terms and free reports as well as resources that allow the homeowner to get their questions addressed in a confidential manner. In addition, the website offers the homeowner information regarding short sales, often a viable solution to foreclosure that can save a distressed homeowner from the damaging effects foreclosure has on their credit.
“I feel that it is important in today’s economic conditions for homeowners to know that they have options other than the foreclosure route,” says Cohen. “Statistics show that 50 percent of homeowners facing this stressful situation often ignore the issue and that doesn’t have to be. There are options such as a short sale, especially if the homeowner works with an experienced REALTOR® to provide them assistance in showing the lender the hardship situation and other real estate documentation.”
Cohen new website provides visitors with a description of how the short sale process works, how it compares to a foreclosure, and how a homeowner may be able to qualify for a short sale.
For more information about foreclosures and short sales in Philadelphia, please feel free to visit www.AvoidForeclosurePhilly.com, or to contact them directly at (610) 642-0347 or by emailing info@AvoidForeclosurePhilly.com.