What You Need to Know About Loan Modifications, Short Sales and Buying Your Next House
Online PR News – 10-April-2013 – Phoenix, Arizona – Liz Recchia, a professional real estate broker and owner of We Sell Real Estate, LLC who has sat across the kitchen table from hundreds of distressed real estate owners, announces the release of her new book, HELP! I Can’t Make My House Payment! (2013). This complete resource for the distressed homeowner covers loan modifications, short sales and foreclosures from the first missed payment to the close of a short sale or completed foreclosure. The book provides a comprehensive look at what a homeowner is facing and how they can manage the process to achieve their best outcome.
In March, RealtyTrac reported a 22.7% increase in foreclosure filings between the end of January and the end of February nationwide. Nevada saw a 334% increase year over year while California saw almost a 50% increase year over year. Phoenix, Las Vegas and several cities in California appear on RealtyTrac’s “Best Markets for Buying Short Sales” list as short sales remain a large part of those markets.
HELP! I Can’t Make My House Payment! gives distressed homeowners the tools to manage and control their distressed homeownership, their personal finances and their emotions while they negotiate a short sale or loan modification. More importantly, the book equips homeowners to make rational decisions and plan their financial future so they can prepare to purchase a home again in one to five years.
HELP! I Can’t Make My House Payment! goes beyond the technical, legal, and financial processes of other books and addresses homeowners from their perspective – The Kitchen Table perspective. Real case histories detail the documents homeowners see and illustrates real world examples of the decisions homeowners make. The book shows homeowners how to remain in control of the process and manage their decision making based on facts not emotion while making plans for future financial stability and real estate ownership.
Title: HELP! I Can’t Make My House Payment!
Author: Liz Recchia
Publication Date: January 2013
Publisher: Liz Recchia
Distributor: Amazon and Barnes & Noble
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About Liz Recchia
Liz Recchia is an expert in real estate. Her company We Sell Real Estate, LLC has operated as a real estate brokerage in Arizona since 2006.
Liz has worked with hundreds of real estate buyers and sellers since she was first licensed as a real estate agent in 1996. She has worked with investors, first time homebuyers, sellers and distressed homeowners helping them to achieve successful real estate ownership. Liz is also an approved real estate instructor by the State of Arizona and teaches both agent and broker real estate pre-licensing classes. In her capacity as a real estate professional, she has offered workshops and classes to the general public on various topics including basic personal finance, first time homeownership, 1031 exchanges and non bank buying and selling tools.
Her company provides services to buyers, sellers and investors of real estate. Recchia has a bachelor’s degree from San Diego State University and is certified in short sales and REO’s. She has worked as an EMT and Cardiology Tech, owner of Liz’s Sewing Supplies and was a homeschooling mom. Before getting her real estate license she and her husband were active real estate investors. Her diverse background gives her a special outlook on people and the belief that people with knowledge are empowered to help themselves and their families.
Her experience not only enables her to help real estate owners achieve their goals but contribute as a thought leader in the real estate industry. She writes white papers for the Government Affairs Committee at the West Maricopa Association of Realtors (WeMar), is a member of the WeMar Board of Directors and is a member of the Arizona Association of Realtors Legislative Affairs Committee.
Liz Recchia is based in Phoenix, Arizona and can be reached at 602-332-3972. For more information, visit http://www.TheKitchenTableAdvisor.com.