SOURCE: The Mortgage Law Group

The Mortgage Law Group

February 22, 2012 17:04 ET

Recent Trend Has Borrowers Going to Extremes to Save Their Homes

After Borrowers Turn Their Homes Into Billboards in Exchange for Mortgage Relief, Attorneys at The Mortgage Law Group Want Homeowners to Know There Are Other, More Attractive Options

CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwire - Feb 22, 2012) - A recent epidemic in California has some neighborhood associations up in arms. A new marketing company known as Brainiacs from Mars is offering struggling homeowners up to one year of mortgage relief in exchange for the opportunity to use their home as a billboard.

The concept seems ideal in theory; however after taking a closer look at the homes participating in the campaign, it's clear why many surrounding neighbors are offended. The houses, which are covered in shockingly bold paint and plastered with social media logos, are now a neighborhood eyesore and could potentially depreciate neighborhood property values.

The attorneys at The Mortgage Law Group want borrowers in distress to know that there are other, more attractive ways to get mortgage relief without sparking neighborhood hostility. One call to the firm can help borrowers determine they qualify for a reduction of their monthly mortgage payment (known as a mortgage modification), and also if it's the best option for them.

The Mortgage Law Group has worked with thousands of borrowers to lower their monthly mortgage payments through the implementation of mortgage modifications. By contacting The Mortgage Law Group, homeowners can get the mortgage relief they need while still maintaining their pride for the home in which they live.

For more information, visit:
www.themortgagelawgroup.com.

About The Mortgage Law Group:
The Mortgage Law Group is one of the most sophisticated consumer protection law firms nationwide. They've helped thousands of consumers save their homes and restore their lives. With offices located throughout the country, the firm's goal is to deliver outstanding service from highly qualified mortgage relief attorneys.