Prudential hosting webinar, dispels myths about foreclosure

Prudential California Realty is hosting a free webinar to educate local homeowners about foreclosure alternatives, on April 26 at 6:30 p.m. The webinar will feature in-depth analyses about a variety of strategies for avoiding foreclosure, from workout plans and loan modifications to short sales, a transaction in which the difference between the remaining loan amount and the sale price is forgiven by the lender.

The webinar will provide homeowners with a chance to ask questions from a panel of industry experts, including real estate attorneys and short sale specialists — all from the comfort, convenience and privacy of their own home. Strategies for benefiting from the federal government’s Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternatives (HAFA) program will be covered, in addition to the advantages and potential disadvantages of short sales.

“In many cases a short sale is the best option for a homeowner facing foreclosure,” adds Shepard, “However, people need to understand that short sales can be a lengthy and complex transaction, and there can even be tax implications. The importance of hiring a qualified real estate professional to handle a short sale really can’t be understated.”

Prudential’s free webinar about foreclosure alternatives is being offered at absolutely no obligation. To sign up, please register at www.prudentialcal.com, or visit one of Prudential California Realty’s 24 conveniently located offices in San Diego County for more information.

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