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Real Estate Professionals Offer Their Expertise on Handling Underwater Mortgages New e-book Available at a Fraction of the Cost of Other Services


Chandler, Arizona — Real estate professionals Bud and Kristin Gragg are offering their real estate expertise to underwater homeowners with their newly released e-book. Not only do they have specific training and experience in the real estate field, they are also real estate investors–and underwater homeowners–themselves.

“At one point we had $24 million in real estate holdings,” said Bud Gragg. “And when the market dropped off a cliff, we had 12 rental properties and a development project underwater.” They also found themselves millions of dollars in debt, which they couldn’t recoup by selling those properties.

Since that time, the Gragg’s have worked their way out of their situation, using a variety of tactics they describe in their newly released e-book, ’The Underwater Mortgage — How to Survive Your Sinking Ship While Keeping Your Sense of Humor’. “Readers will get the inside scoop on the mortgage and real estate industry,” said Gragg, “Including what to expect and when – and how to emerge in the best possible position to build a better future.”

The Gragg’s e-book documents their experience – from the rise of their significant portfolio to the ultimate crash – and how they picked up the pieces and moved on. “In our book, people will find practical, hands-on information on what the process is, how to walk through it, and how to come out the other side,” said Gragg.

The Gragg’s have also launched a new website,, to educate homeowners who find themselves underwater. “Underwater homeowners will find a wealth of resources there to help them navigate a way out,” said Bud. “And we invite people to contact us with questions. We want to help other homeowners who are facing the same situation we faced.”

The Gragg’s seek to give underwater homeowners a place to turn for the information they need and a reputable, unbiased resource for help – without having to pay high fees for it.

“There are other services out there, charging already strapped homeowners hundreds–even thousands–of dollars,” said Bud. “We want to offer that same information and service at little to no cost. Underwater homeowners have enough trouble as it is.”

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