“What if everything you thought to be true about real estate and finances was actually completely false. How soon would you want to know?” asks All Things Real Estate CEO Steven Triebernig.
Maple Grove, MN -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/25/2012 -- Recent news of the agreement between the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the state attorneys general on the terms of a global settlement with the largest mortgage servicers, including Bank of America, bolsters All Things Real Estate’s ongoing commitment to help homeowners who are struggling to make their mortgage payments by extending additional options, prompting Triebernig to issue the above statement.
Under the agreement, Bank of America will implement modification programs on principal reduction to qualified customers, lower interest and payment rates for eligible homeowners (i.e., current on their payments but owe more than the current value of their homes for Bank of America-owned mortgages) and help customers pursuing short sales with additional assistance programs, such as deed in lieu of foreclosure and/or financial assistance.
“If the rules in real estate and finance are changing constantly should you believe what you are told by someone who is not in the business of real estate and finance?” adds Triebernig, whose years of experience in the field has allowed him to develop relationships with over 150 national lenders. His long and checkered career guarantees that customers are getting the best expert advice on ‘all things real estate’ related.
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About All Things Real Estate
All Things Real Estate, nominated in April 2012 for Better Business Bureau’s Integrity Award, is known for their fair treatment of customers and their transparency when it comes to informing their clients of policies such as the above. Through the capable know-how of a team of dedicated and professional real estate agents, the company provides customers all possible options as they buy or sell properties, or try to keep their property from being foreclosed.