Wednesday, January 06, 2010

American Residential Law Group has the information you may want to help save your house.

A lot is happening in the mortgage world these days -- take it from me, and take it from the headlines that you see all over. Foreclosures are still up, there are scads of federal and state programs that have gotten going, banks are trying to ramp up foreclosures or forestall them, lawyers are scrambling, and everywhere you go, someone's got something to say about it all.

Here's a new way to help you sort it out: the American Residential Law Group has a new wiki page designed to give you the tools you need to understand the loan modification issues and process.

The idea here is to gather up information and make it available to you in an easy-to-access, easy-to-understand way (hence the wiki format) and they've already gone a long way towards that goal, with their FAQ and easy interface.

The page is run by American Residential Law Group, a consumer firm that's helped people for more than a decade; they're serious about making sure not only that people like you know what their options are, but use those options effectively.

So if you're confused about what to do in the foreclosure crisis, click on over there and begin learning what you can do to get out of trouble, or not get into trouble in the first place.

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