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Defeat Foreclosure Description
Foreclosure is a very scary word. It carries with it a public stigma that includes embarrassment, personal failure and the threat of a lasting negative impact that affects your credit rating, future real estate purchases, even the ability to rent an apartment.
This valuable tool will provide you with the expert knowledge you need to know to save your house and protect your credit. Defeat Foreclosure will also show you how to protect yourself from fraudulent foreclosure schemes. This new eBook by California-based realtor William Dorich and attorney Merle Horwitz can help guide anyone through the foreclosure maze. Written in easy to understand language that applies to homeowners in every state, Defeat Foreclosures will provide you with important real estate and legal terminology and show you how to how to defend your legal rights.
Defeat Foreclosure is now available as a download to your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch for $1.99. Just click the link for access. Defeat Foreclosure - William Dorich
About the Authors:
William Dorich has lived and worked in Westwood, California for more than 30 years. His career includes ten years as regional sales manager for two major west coast companies prior to founding his own firm in 1985, William enjoyed ten successful years in Beverly Hills and Westwood area real estate before he and his wife Anita, both Realtors, joined Keller-Williams Realty in Beverly Hills in 2004. Their long-standing residence and business ownership in the community has made them extremely knowledgeable about local property activities throughout Los Angeles. William is the author of 5 books on Balkan history. His newest books include, The Nursing Home Crisis, and Sleep Seekers, a book about insomnia. His articles have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, International Herald Tribune, and the Washington Times, among other publications.
Merle H. Horwitz attended Hastings College of Law in San Francisco and UCLA in Los Angeles. Merle became editor of the Century City Bar News and contributed articles to various legal journals. He engaged primarily in trial work representing at times various motion picture celebrities in domestic related cases. Merle was a member of the California Bar, the Beverly Hills Bar and the Century City Bar. He also tried cases in a half dozen other states and wrote another Harvey Ace book and when that got boring he wrote, The Great Deli Cookbook just to see if he could. It was a great success. Merle was a pioneer in the 1970s writing one of the first books on laws regarding cohabitation. His current book, Love is Love but, Business is Business is a second edition for those planning to live together in 2010.
Timely, up to date and clear. William Dorich and Merle Horwitz nail the subject and empower the reader. If you, or anybody you know, is involved in the sub-prime mortgage crisis, buy this book. ..... Richard Saul Wurman, Information Architect, Author and Creator of TED Conferences
Defeat Foreclosure intelligently and concisely lays out the viable options available to homeowners at risk of losing their homes. This book is a must read for the homeowner facing the prospect of foreclosure. ..... Vince Malta, 2006 President of the California Association of Realtors
Defeat Foreclosure, is an invaluable resource for anyone needing to understand the foreclosure process. ..... Madison Offenhauser, Coastal Regional Director, Keller Williams Realty
What most impressed me is that William Dorich and Merle Horwitz pulled together a broad number of topics, all related to staving off foreclosureand compressed them into one concise book. A great resource for the layman and a good place to begin for homeowners who may not understand that they have it within their power to Defeat Foreclosure. ..... Duane Bartsch, Esq. Bartsch & Webb Risk Management Services