NEW YORK, N.Y., Feb. 18 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Brivin Corporation, a premier developer of Internet-based marketing initiatives, announces ForeclosureDataBank.com – one of the biggest and most accurate foreclosure listing databases on the Web – is ready for action. The country can no longer escape the foreclosure crisis. It’s on the news, in the paper, and on the radio. Everywhere people turn, foreclosures loom.
So, what’s being done? Well, with the stimulus victory in hand, according to a recent announcement, the Associated Press reports that President Obama plans to shift his attention to the housing crisis and to reverse that sector’s collapse.
According to that same Associated Press article, “Obama is now working to leverage the second portion of the bailout money into a program that could result in $2 trillion in government and private sector cash infusions to help banks and investment houses clear away ‘toxic’ holdings and thereby spur lending.”
“As credit begins to flow again, it will be vital to the economy for people to begin reinvesting in the real estate market; foreclosures are an ideal place to start,” Alex Uchoa, founder of Brivin Corporation, says. “And, the choices are staggering.”
In addition to the number of choices available, prices are also at all-time lows. A home which once may have been well out of reach may now be a very realistic goal.
And, as one of the biggest online foreclosure listing providers on the market today, ForeclosureDataBank can help anyone to find and buy the best in discount foreclosure properties throughout the U.S.
Established in 1998, ForeclosureDataBank.com is home to a team of real estate professionals who know the business inside out and can provide a keen perspective on how to successfully buy foreclosure properties that will lead to solid investments.
“We don’t just provide listings,” Uchoa says. “We also offer practical market information, tips, and advice; our clients have our support every step of the way.”
ForeclosureDataBank® has the biggest network of contacts in the business. They include: brokers, agents, mortgage professionals, lenders, banks and government agencies. Listings are up-to-date and include detailed information on more than one million foreclosure homes, nationwide.
For more information, visit: www.ForeclosureDataBank.com.