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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

EquiLeads

by Chay

Economic downturns have left many homeowners in a mess. Not only did many home owners lose their homes, many were left wondering how to survive in this situation. We were not exempt from this turmoil. We watched the value of our property fall like a rock off a cliff and felt crushed as the value fell well below our mortgage balance. It was impossible to sell our home.  We braced ourselves and hoped that the economy would turn around.  It has been three years since the economic turmoil started, the great news is, we still live in our house. This is one of the many blessings we count every day.  Instead of whining and complaining about the economy, we made adjustments in our lifestyle. First, we accepted part-time jobs on top of our regular jobs and whatever extra income we made went to our mortgage payment.
 
My dad told me, "If you can sell something you will always be able to eat."  But in order to sell something I needed customers.  If you are in the business of selling mortgages, refinancing loans, home owner’s insurance, life insurance, Equileads offers a large network of mortgage, loan, insurance and credit card processing referring partner affiliate websites.  They screen all leads and make sure the information you get from their database is reliable.  Equileads ensures that clients find only the highest quality leads available.  With the right leads, you can meet your marketing goals faster.  Take a few minutes to check it out like I did.

 

1 comment:

  1. You were wise in adjusting your lifestyle so that you could pay your mortgage. You are fortunate that you did not lose your house like so many others in your situation. I hope economically you are weathering better now, 3 years later.

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