Press Release (ePRNews.com) - NEW YORK - Feb 13, 2019 - New York-based RebuildNY.com announced today it is launching a privately funded program to offer new opportunities and services at no cost to distressed homeowners in the New York metropolitan area and Long Island.
Services and opportunities available through the program range from options for monetary assistance, homeowner advocacy meetings, property monitoring for bank actions, paid legal representation for short sales and estate sales, their signature Rebuild Equity Program and even career opportunities. For homeowners who decide to sell, quick cash closings and relocation assistance are additional benefits to the program.
“We find many distressed homeowners are unsure as to whether they want to keep their property or sell it,” said Heidi Frigano, managing director at RebuildNY.com. “To further complicate matters, they are often targeted and bombarded with misinformation or, worse, pressured to pay for promises that just never materialize.”
The company provides specific services itself, while also enlisting additional screened third-party providers whose interests align with the principles of the program. Services and opportunities are at no cost to homeowners who participate in the program.
“Our program offers an initial homeowner advocacy meeting which is a complete consultation to provide valuable information and, more importantly, options and new opportunities for distressed homeowners to make an informed decision,” said Frigano. “No charge, no pressure, no promises. Just reliable information, resources, options and results.”
After helping New York homeowners save more than $500 million in debt, the company’s mission for the program is to reinvest in the community that it has worked with successfully over the past five years. The company is accredited with the Better Business Bureau and has earned an A+ rating for its outstanding performance. In recent news, the company published a book, “Bringing Closure to Foreclosure,” which will be available on Amazon. Learn more about the company at www.rebuildny.com.
In an otherwise complicated and often difficult market, this program aims to provide some light at the end of what has been a very long and dark tunnel for so many.
For more information, contact Heidi Frigano, Managing Director, 516-274-0063.