Triangle Business Today

Program advocates for 'underwater' homeowners

Posted September 6, 2012

Hundreds of Triangle homeowners have gotten legal and process assistance in selling their homes, even if they owed more than the home was worth. The SAFAssist program offered by Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston carries no fee to the homeowner and steps people through short sale to avoid foreclosure.

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  • whatelseisnew Sep 10, 2012

    Still waiting for the program that gives something back to those of us that have been keeping the boat from completely sinking under the weight of everyone else with their hands out. Let's see, about 18 months equivalent of unemployment benefits would pay off the rest of my mortgage.

  • beef Sep 10, 2012

    I have always paid my bills. I drive a modest car and live in an average house which I can easily afford. I shop for clothes at Walmart and take inexpensive vacations even thought I could afford more. I put money away evey paycheck. Where is my reward for behaving like an adult?

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Jeremy Salemson, CEO of Corporate Investors Mortgage Group, blogs about economic trends and data and their impact on Triangle business. Each week, he interviews a Triangle-area business leader for a personal look at the local economy.