Using Mortgages to Fight Inflation Jumps to #1 on Google In 2 Weeks
(Duluth, MN, March 26, 2007) Want to know the Secret to using Mortgages to fight Inflation? Or you don’t want secrets, but do want to know about Mortgage Inflation Fighting Power? By the week of March 19th, if you typed either combination of capitalized key words in at Google.com, you would have found that while each search leads to about 900,000 web pages, the top 4-5 rankings in each search all lead to a barely 2 week old website, MortgageSecretPower.com (or sites linking to it).
“The response has been surprising”, according to Daniel R. Amerman, a Chartered Financial Analyst and author of the newly released book The Secret Power Within Your Mortgage. “To jump past almost a million other web pages and go straight to number one shows that if you give people new and useful information on a subject of popular interest – they will find a way to your door.”
“It’s a 1-2 combination”, says Amerman. “First, many people are justifiably worried about the long-term value of the dollar, for reasons ranging from the budget and trade deficits to paying for retirement promises for Baby Boomers. Second, we went through a serious bout of inflation in the 1970s, and the inflation-driven destruction of the real value of mortgages created major net worth increases for many millions of households. Put those together, and you have a valuable tool for homeowners. This isn’t some arcane financial theory – just about anyone who owned a house during the 70s likely has personal experience with this.”
“Properly used, mortgages represent a historically proven method for individuals to not only protect themselves, but actually profit from inflation,” continues Amerman. “Improperly used, as we see in these days of subprime mortgages and teaser rates, mortgages can lead to financial devastation. Helping homeowners to distinguish between the two constitutes an outstanding business opportunity for mortgage lenders and other financial and real estate professionals.”
Mr. Amerman has almost 25 years of experience in working with mortgage finance, and is the author of several previous financial books. As an investment banker in the 1980s, he worked first-hand with analyzing the effects of inflation upon billions of dollars of 1970s mortgages.
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