I was inevitably introduced to the world of Loss Mitigation shortly after experiencing my own challenges and hardships brought forth by the Real Estate Crash in 2008. Reliance Real Estate Advisers, LLC was founded shortly after in 2010 after spending nearly two years battling to save my own home. I had then become well acquainted with the home retention process and the dedication it took to achieve a positive resolution. After attaining several loan modification approvals for friends and family I was convicted to help distressed homeowners everywhere prevent foreclosure and keep their homes with more favorable terms. Approaching a near global financial meltdown, congress had little choice but to offer up a promising resolution. The major bailout known as (TARP) "Troubled Asset Relief Program" soon came to follow. In its legislation congress proposed two considerable programs, the (HAMP & HARP) that eventually led to the end to the Foreclosure Crisis.
These programs were established to help homeowners fight against predatory lending and ultimately prevent foreclosures. Since the legislation was proposed in March of 2009, we've helped thousands of troubled homeowners avoid foreclosure and keep their homes. I've always had a passion for helping others and being of service. Over the past decade I've dedicated my time and resources into making sure people achieve what's rightfully deserved.
Personal hardships seldomly come with a warning. Life's tribulations confront us in a manner that always requires some type of guidance or assistance. That's where our knowledge and dedication come into place not only to help ease the pain but ultimately achieve your goals.
I share my personal story today with great humility and pride. Without life's challenges I may not have discovered this platform to help those in need. Again, what good is a lesson learned if we can’t pay it forward.
“No amount of money, power, and planning can prevent bereavement, dire illness, relationship betrayal, financial disaster, or a host of other troubles from entering your life. Human life is fatally fragile and subject to forces beyond our power to manage. Life is tragic.”
Dr. Tim Keller