A Review of ‘Home Foreclosure Survival Tactics’

Home foreclosures in the United States are at unprecedented levels. As many as a third of all homeowners are thought to be falling behind with the mortgage repayments on their properties. As a direct result of this, a host of scamsters have suddenly sprung up claiming to offer help and advice.

Thankfully I have not fallen behind with my mortgage repayments, so I am not personally in danger of losing my home. However, I do have several friends who have gone through the foreclosure process and one of them fell victim to obtaining bad advice and ended up making matters worse for himself and his family.

A different friend of mine that was facing a home foreclosure told me about a valuable resource they had found that had really helped them a lot. They had done some serious research on the internet and they found an ebook by Anne James called ‘Home Foreclosure Survival Tactics’.

Having carried out some research on this topic myself, and knowing that it had helped my friends, I decided to get hold of a copy and see what it had to offer.

Here is my review of the ebook…

If you are already quite knowledgeable in terms of how the world of mortgages and finance work from the inside then this ebook may not be for you. However, if that’s not the case and you have fallen behind on your repayments and need some solid advice and help, then you are likely to find just that in ‘Home Foreclosure Survival Tactics’.

The thing that impressed me a lot about this ebook is that it tells you exactly what actions you can take, when you should take them and in what order. Who you should contact first and what to say was also revealed. This section discusses exactly what you should do before ever picking up the phone to make contact with anyone.

Another very useful piece of information was the one agency that could help you to catch up on your payments (and not have to pay them back).

The ebook helps you to carry out a full assessment of your current position, so that you will know exactly what you are capable of negotiating for and then goes on to show you the order of things that need to happen and who to contact first.

The ebook even reveals the fact that you may even have options at your disposal that could allow you to continue living in your home.

I have to say I was impressed with this ebook and I believe that the author has offered solid and actionable advice that will really assist anyone who is facing the fear and pain of a foreclosure on their property.

Ultraforeclosures Review – What Is This Auction Site About?

The Ultraforeclosures is yet another web site that is geared toward helping folks take advantage of the real estate market melt down. This is a subscription site that offers a 7 day free trial but once the free trial period is over than you will pay a monthly fee until you cancel, the fee is automatically billed to the credit or debit card you use at the time of registration.

Nothing is sold through this website other than information you can get for free. Of course this is a good service if you do not have the time to rifle through endless county records.

Positives

The Ultraforeclosures.com review shows that the site is easy to navigate. The information is easy to understand and most things are easy to find. There is a toll free number you can call if you have any questions. If you need some tutoring or tips on how to purchase foreclosed properties this website offers quite a few tutorial opportunities several different informative Ebook’s a page of tips on how to be successful in the foreclosure purchasing forums.

According to the better business bureau website this company has been registered with the BBB since 2/2010 and no complaints have been registered against them. I could not find any negative reviews on the web and my experience has taught me when a site is a scam or is not functioning as it should the online community typically will ban together and leave nasty reviews wherever they can.

Negatives

The free trial period costs $1.00, which I know is not going to make or break anyone, but ultimately it is not free, and this bothers me. The $39.95 monthly fee also seems a bit hefty to me, but I guess if you can get the information out of the website that you want in a month and cancel in time so you are not paying any additional months it might be worth the $39.95.