Sue Hudson Releases New Book: “Should I Short Sale My Home”
4/1/2011--- Sue Hudson, a Realtor of Maximum One Realtors in Smyrna, GA, has just released a new book called ‘Should I Short Sale My Home…A Homeowner’s Guide To Surviving The Worst Real Estate Market In History”. The book is a how-to guide for under water, distressed homeowners. Now officially the worst real estate market ever, millions of homeowners will benefit from [Name’s] expertise on how to short sale a home. This expertise is invaluable at a time when the nation’s housing market is devastated by millions of distressed homeowners thrust into the foreclosure process.
Sue, co-authored the book with Tim and Julie Harris, founders of Harris Real Estate University, the nation’s leading coaching and training program for real estate professionals.
The Short Sale of a property allows the distressed owner, through their Realtor, to find a buyer willing to purchase their home before they are forced into the foreclosure process. The owner can then use proceeds to repay their lender, even if the amount is less than what they actually owe on the property. In the current economy nearly all lenders are willing to consider Short Sales because they are less costly and time-consuming than foreclosures.
“The ‘Should I Short Sale My Home Book’ has been invaluable tool for homeowners to see how I work with sellers and lenders on complicated Short Sales. In the Smyrna area, more than 5000 homes are in some stage of foreclosure. The best action against foreclosure is Short Sale,” said Hudson, “It is so rewarding to be able to help families save their homes from foreclosure.”
Tim and Julie Harris, founders of the Harris Real Estate University in Las Vegas, NV, said “Realtors such as Sue Hudson have valuable training in Short Sales and can offer homeowners a better alternative to foreclosure, which inevitably destroys their credit rating and prevents them from having the ability to purchase a new home. Through our in-depth training and continuous education programs, these agents are trained to aggressively seek sellers and buyers using our extensive marketing techniques.”
The Harris Real Estate University opened in 1998, and provides Distressed Property Agent training through webinars, teleseminars and business coaching. Agents can earn their Short Sale Listing designation remotely from their offices all across the nation. The HREU ASD is the premier designation for Realtors who want to specialize in helping distressed homeowners.
If you feel you are in need of more information about foreclosure alternatives, or if you are under water on your mortgage payments, call Sue Hudson for more information 770-823-1990. For a limited time, Sue is offering the book for free to local distressed homeowners.
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Specializing in the sale of residential and commercial properties in the Atlanta area, Sue Hudson lists and sells homes in Cobb, Cherokee, Douglas, Paulding and North Fulton counties. Contact Sue at 770-823-1990 for more information, or visit www.suehudson.net
Contact Name: Sue Hudson
Company: Sue Hudson Group At Maximum One Greater Atlanta Realtors
Address:4451 S.Atlanta Rd, Smyrna, GA 30080