After the collapse of the US housing market, many we're lost and confused about their mortgage and what could be done to avoid foreclosure.
Our management team has been in the business of assisting families with mortgages, real estate, and facing the trauma of foreclosure and affordable housing since shortly before the housing bubble collapse.
Our innovative ideas and diversified consulting services, creates valuable solutions and resources for sellers, buyers, real estate agents, and industry professionals.
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If a home loan modification is not an option, you may want to consider selling your home or giving your home back to the lender. We may be able to help you find a real estate agent that is experienced listing a home as a short sale.
You may stop doing business with us at any time. Even if you accept this offer and use our services your lender may not agree to change the term of your loan. Delmarva Home Relief is not associated with the government and our service has not been approved by the government or your lender.
While assisting our clients through the trauma of the lenders and servicer loss mitigation department, our team studies relevent data points surrounding sub-prime mortgages, housing affordablility, market trends, and foreclosure trends to narrow out the problem and propose our ideas for recovery.
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