Pacific Northwest Real Estate

Relief for Pacific Northwest Families through Susan Stecher's Short Sale Rescue Plan!

Many homeowners in Whatcom, Skagit, Island and San Juan Counties have found themselves in financial distress as the national mortgage crisis has put the local real estate market on shaky ground. Job losses, medical expenses, rising living costs, skyrocketing adjustable rate mortgages, and lack of home appreciation — these are just some of the reasons that Pacific Northwest homeowners are just beginning to face such overwhelming stress and worry about their finances.

The numbers are astounding — 1 out of 10 people are in default on their mortgage payments. Over 70% of those who lose their homes to foreclosure do so without any professional intervention or assistance — they feel totally alone, with no place to turn.

The effects of foreclosure on Northwest families are heartbreaking, but there is good news: you don’t have to lose your home to foreclosure! There are other options!

If you’re a Pacific Northwest homeowner who is behind on your mortgage payments, or making the payment each month is becoming a struggle, don’t wait to get help. Remember — you don’t have to lose your credit and your future to foreclosure! Not only am I an expert Pacific Northwest Realtor, I am also a Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE) — I can help you save your credit, and I’ll be there to walk with you and your family every step of the way.

Effects of Foreclosure

Foreclosure on a home is the most damaging thing that can happen to your credit rating, and the nightmare doesn’t end when the bank sells your home.

Foreclosure lowers your credit rating by about 300 points or more and remains on your record for at least 10 years. This makes it difficult to get new credit to buy a car or qualify for student loans. A foreclosure on your record can keep you from leasing an apartment. Even worse, it could cause you to lose your job or bar you from getting new employment in the future. If your job requires a security clearance (airport security, military, law enforcement, banking, etc.), your clearance is immediately revoked with a foreclosure.

The consequences of a bank foreclosure can haunt homeowners for the rest of their lives!

Times are tough, but foreclosure doesn’t have to be your reality. There are many better, safer alternatives to foreclosure, and a Certified Distressed Property Expert like me can help you find the best course of action for you and your family. Don’t wait — call me and my team of real estate experts today at (360) 319-4939 or toll-free at (888) 319-4939 for a confidential consultation.

The nightmare you’re facing is temporary. Don’t let it cause you permanent heartache — take action today to help give you and your family a brighter tomorrow. Call me, Susan Stecher, today!

***Susan Stecher is a Certified Distressed Property Expert - CDPE, Specialized Service Provider – FSSR, in Foreclosures, Short Sales and Bank-Owned Properties, a Short Sale & Foreclosure Resource – SFR and a Certified Short-Sale Professional – CSP. Call today for a confidential consultation to determine what your best options are to avoid foreclosure — call direct at (360) 319-4939, or toll-free at (888) 319-4939.

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Susan Stecher

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Phone: (888) 319-4939
Susan@RealEstatePacificNorthwest.com

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