Do You Owe More on Your House than It’s Worth? Don’t Know What to Do? Come to a Free Seminar to Learn Your Options

Do you owe more on your home than it’s worth?

21% of homeowners in Orange County owed more on their homes than it was worth at the end of 2008.

The median home price in Orange County was down 38% as of December 2008.

Are you one of these people?  Do you wonder whether President Obama’s Home Affordable plan might apply to you?

Do you want to refinance but can’t because you’re upside down in your home?  Do you want to know what a loan modification is and if you should get one?

If you would like to learn more, please sign up for our free seminar below.


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About the author: Christine Donovan is a California Residential Real Estate Broker with experience in assisting clients buy and sell residential real estate.

For more information, please visit Costa Mesa real estate. For more information on Costa Mesa homes or the value of a particular home please visit Costa Mesa home values

Click for a free list of Orange County foreclosures or a free list of Orange County short sales or e-mail Me!

Are you upside down in your home? Is it worth less than you owe? Are you concerned about making your mortgage payment? Contact me at or 714-319-9751 to discuss your options.

Want to buy a home or to list your property for sale in Newport Beach, Costa Mesa, Huntington Beach or Orange County? Contact me at or 714-319-9751 to learn about her system which will make your buying and selling experience easier.

Disclaimer: All information in this blog is deemed reliable but is subject to change at any time and is not guaranteed to be accurate nor are there any warantees either express or implied. This blog is not intended to offer any legal, tax or other advice.

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