About Lance and
Lance Young's expertise in stopping foreclosure is grounded in more
than 18 years of experience in real estate. His specialty is negotiating with lenders to help homeowners out of foreclosure.
In 1987, Lance realized that he could help people save their homes from foreclosure by working carefully and closely with homeowners
and their banks or mortgage companies. He found that he had a gift for saving people's homes and used his understanding of how lenders think to help those who were in danger of losing their home.
"Many families have hit a temporary 'bump in the road' and need guidance and assistance in getting back on track with their mortgage payments," Lance says. "They're serious about wanting to stay in their home, but have been getting nowhere with their bank or mortgage company.
I get great satisfaction out of solving the problem for each homeowner -
saving their home."
||Karen Clements had spent nearly 20 years in the
business world when she heard about Lance Young's business that
helped families facing foreclosure. Lance agreed to mentor
Karen, and in the last five years she has personally saved more
than 300 homes from foreclosure.
"People feel scared and desperate in this situation. They're
trying to live up to their responsibilities, but the lender doesn't
believe anything they say," states Karen. "I know how to
fight through the barriers to get straight answers and make a deal that
both the homeowner and the mortgage company can live with."
Saving homes takes top-notch communication skills, persistence, and
knowledge of what lenders want and need to stop foreclosure, Karen notes -
all of which she has. She's also a great listener and rejoices with
each client when the deal is done and the home is saved.
|We're ready and able to help you out of the jam you're in. Call
us today at 1-866-415-HELP (1-866-415-4357) for a confidential, free consultation!
Points to remember about foreclosure
- Many responsible families get behind in their mortgage payments
because of a death, divorce, illness or job loss. Banks and
mortgage companies don't like to foreclose, but don't see it as their
job to help you solve the problem, either.
- Bankruptcy is not a solution if you want to stay in your home.
Declaring bankruptcy does delay foreclosure, but it does not stop it
and does not save your home.
- Are you willing to sell your home to avoid foreclosure? If so,
deal with a reputable real estate agent who charges the regular sales
- Beware of any deal that sounds too good to be true, like promises to
wipe out your whole mortgage debt without payments.
- Prevent further damage to your credit history by avoiding both
bankruptcy and foreclosure. We can help!
- Stopping foreclosure means you become current on your mortgage,
protect your investment in your home, and most important, stay in your home.
Let us save your home - call us today at 1-866-415-HELP