HomeLeafs Vows To Help End Foreclosures
04/08/2010

HomeLeafs.com A New Social Network Geared Towards Helping Homeowners Prevent Their Foreclosure By Allowing Them To Network with Local Service Providers

Online PR News – 08-April-2010 – – HomeLeafs.com, an Innovative Online Community Launches, Vows to Help End Foreclosures

PHILADELPHIA-- This year, homeowners across the country will be faced with difficult decisions regarding the possibility of foreclosure. In addition to worrying about mounting bills and credit card debt, they will be facing the negative financial effects of foreclosing on their mortgages. However, now thanks to the launch of an innovative online community, HomeLeafs.com, the possibility of preventing foreclosure may become a reality.

This begs the question; can one company bring about the end of foreclosures? The answer simply, is no, but HomeLeafs.com is more than a stand-alone company—it is the next generation of online portal created to connect homeowners facing foreclosure with companies handling pre-foreclosure services.

This online community serves the rapidly evolving real estate foreclosure market for investors seeking a fast turnover rate on their investments. By offering a platform for service providers looking to maximize exposure of their products and a wealth of options for homeowners, HomeLeafs.com offers hope and solutions for the millions of Americans facing foreclosure each year.

HomeLeafs.com is the only company of its kind, bringing together homeowners facing foreclosure with companies handling pre-foreclosure services through an interactive online platform.

“We believe quite simply, that by joining these two segments of the community, each can have their needs met—homeowners can prevent foreclosure and service providers can find a group of people seeking for their services,” said HomeLeafs.com CEO Wesner Michel. “By putting all the tools in one place for the homeowner, they avoid the hassle of submitting multiple applications and wading through piles of information received through the mail. During this sensitive time, we want to make the process as convenient and comfortable as possible.”

At HomeLeafs.com, homeowners can create a simple profile to reach a variety of licensed service providers in order to get connected to those professionals whose services would best serve their individual situations. Professionals include real estate agents interested in selling properties, investors looking to purchase homes, bankruptcy attorneys and financial institutions and mortgage companies offering refinancing options.

Service providers will benefit by receiving maximum exposure and being able to connect with other professionals to learn about new products and potentially form alliances and working partnerships.

Editor’s Note: For information, visit www.HomeLeafs.com, or call Wesner Michel at 260-693-7637.

Source: HomeLeafs.com