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GoFightForeclosure.com Unleashes #1 Qualified Written Request For Homes In Foreclosure

Atlanta, GA - June 1, 2012 - (RealEstateRama) -- QWRAttack.GoFightForeclosure.com today announced the #1 Qualified Written Request is available to assist with homes in foreclosure. Citing that if homeowners only knew what questions to ask concerning securitization of their mortgage loans in a letter they could possibly avoid foreclosures.

GoFightForeclosure.com Says Powerful QWR Secrets Return Best Miami Florida Short Sale Approval

Miami, Florida USA - April 25, 2012 - (RealEstateRama) -- QWR.GoFightForeclosure.com today announced a powerful QWR (qualified written request) is the best foreclosure defense for favorable short sale approvals on properties located in Miami, Florida. Citing, QWR Attack! system is being used to help homeowners in Miami Florida overwhelmed with foreclosure notices and short sales presents a way out with also possible money in their pockets.

The QWR Attack! Mobile App Better Tactic To Challenge Mortgage Foreclosure

Atlanta, GA - January 31, 2012 - (RealEstateRama) -- Announced today QWR Attack! is the new mobile application on the Android Market to challenge mortgage foreclosures. Designed to help mortgage borrowers create a qualified written request to reconcile issues concerning a mortgage loan over enforceable security interest authority.

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Movember

Hanley Investment Group Raises $30,000­­­ for Movember, Totaling $243,000

Hanley Investment Group Real Estate Advisors, a nationally recognized real estate brokerage and advisory firm specializing in retail property sales, announced today that the firm has raised $29,401 during its annual Movember campaign.

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Safeguard Your Seasonal Home

Safeguard Your Seasonal Home

Closing down your cabin for the season is truthfully never as exciting as opening it up, but it’s an important process that helps protect your property during periods of extended non-use. Most owners guard against common incidentals like water leaks, potential fire hazards and temperature changes when shutting down for the season