Medicine For The Sick Homeowner Delivers Hope and Change to Distressed Homeowners
Amy Bartola believes selling a house is difficult, especially when complicated by so called professionals handing out bad advice. www.sickhomeowner.com.
Two years ago when Amy Bartola found herself facing foreclosure, she decided to leave a twenty year nursing career to practice a new form of facilitating healing, helping distressed homeowners find a path to freedom. With the masses of people facing foreclosure, as well as those facing divorce, job transfer, and plummeting home values, new solutions needed to come to the fore. Having faced foreclosure, survived it and built a new life, Bartola now seeks to help others in similar situations, as well as leave them in the best possible position to build a new future.
People in these situations often don’t know where to turn. The first thought is often, “How can I sell my house quickly?” When the question of how to sell a house arises, due to facing foreclosure, job transfer, divorce, two house payments or not so desirable tenants, homeowners can feel overwhelmed and panic. When panic sets in, it tends to replace the ability to make sound and rational decisions.
Amy Bartola believes that homeowners need to get informed about what is available to them. According to Bartola, “People make better decisions if they learn that they have options.”
To this end, Bartola has created a book entitled “Medicine for the Sick Homeowner.” This piece addresses issues that are crucial in the decision to sell a home quickly.
- Traditional options and for whom they are best suited.
- Non-traditional options, those for whom they are best suited and associated risks.
- Effects that each option has on one’s personal credit. (Rarely discussed or even considered).
- How some of these alternatives may not be right for certain situations.
- Different types of real estate investors.
- The importance of credit
- Selling a house as is
- The foreclosure process
Medicine for the Sick Homeowner sends a clear message to distressed homeowners. The message is that there is help; and it is not that difficult to find.
To learn more about how to get your copy of Medicine for the Sick Homeowner, visit www.sickhomeowner.com.
For the media: Amy Bartola is available for interviews. Additional information is also available by sending a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amy Bartola, has been with Tactful Solutions since 2007. She has engaged in extensive study with regard to foreclosure and investment strategies. Her nationwide network includes thousands of professionals specializing in each of the strategies. She and her associates work to create a plan of action specific to individual needs.
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