Weston, FL, April 13, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- For homeowners in danger of losing their home to foreclosure, it is common to feel alone and somewhat helpless. In South Florida, homeowners in this situation are finding relief thanks to a dedicated agent trained specifically to help distressed homeowners.
“There are more people who find themselves in this situation than many realize,” says Mr. Denver Bright, a Certified Distressed Property Expert with The Keyes Company. “Once they realize they aren’t alone and that there are options, it’s like a whole new world opens up for them.”
There are a number of ways in which homeowners may avoid foreclosure, even if they are late on their payments. Loan modifications, in which the bank changes the terms of the loan so that it is more affordable; mortgage forgiveness, in which the bank agrees to eliminate some or all of the amount owed; or short sales, in which the bank agrees to sell the home for less than the amount owed, are just some of the options available.
As a Certified Distressed Property Expert® (CDPE), Denver Bright is specially trained to help homeowners that are facing foreclosure understand the options available and choose the solution that fits their unique situation. “It is important to me that homeowners know that they have options and that they are not alone,” Denver said.
Denver has developed a free report listing stories of people who have been helped by CDPEs. The report, entitled, “From Foreclosure to Freedom,” is accessible from his website, www.myfl-fa.com.
Denver Bright is a Florida licensed Real Estate Agent with The Keyes Company, a member of the National Association of REALTORS, and member of the Miami Association of REALTORS with his office located in Weston, FL.