Helping Many Homeowners With Toxic Mortgages

Nov. 9, 2006 – November 9th, 2006 (Portland, OR) –, a website dedicated to connecting borrowers on the web with mortgage experts has been a lifesaver for many homeowners trapped in toxic mortgages. The site, launched in January, has grown rapidly due to its unique matchmaking style which allows a borrower or homeowner to ask a question about a mortgage without disclosing their personal information. Once a question is posted, loan officers who are licensed in the same state as the borrower are alerted and post their replies to the question.

“This model has been extremely successful,” commented Mark Vukadinovich, the company’s Director of Marketing. “Unlike other mortgage sites that focus on generating leads to sell to loan officers, we allow consumers on the web to establish a dialogue before disclosing any of their personal information.” Vukadinovich attributed this success to the fact that a lot of people have been burned with adjustable rate and interest only mortgages and are now wary about working with another loan officer.

“These people have been burned by loan officers in the past and now need to work with a mortgage professional who can truly help them with their situation.” With housing prices declining in many regions of the country and over 2 Trillion dollars worth of adjustable rate mortgages set to adjust, many homeowners are now realizing that they are stuck with higher mortgage payments. “These homeowners need to work with someone who will take the time to help them explore their options and find a loan program that will actually help them.”

People interested in getting help with their mortgage can visit the site online at


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