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Tuesday, November 11, 2008



Nice blog, keep up the good work and feel free to check out mine.

Regards - Scott.

Hope to Homeowners

There is a solution for many homeowners that are upside down on their mortgage. The hope 4 homeowners program was introduced and lenders are now ready to forgive large amounts of balances. The FHA is handling much of the logistics for this program and it is just one piece to the puzzle. There are still many pieces that need to be put in place but this is certainly the right direction to start.

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