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We Save Homes partners with Attorney Home Protection Services, APC

Mar 22, 2010

We Save Homes Inc. (WESA), a software solutions company that provides the mortgage risk management industry with technology that enables collaboration and communication for loan modifications, foreclosures, loss mitigation and short sales, announced that Attorney Home Protection Services, APC (AHPS), a professional law services company specializing in defaulting mortgages, has entered into a strategic partnership with We Save Homes Inc. (WESA). "We Save Homes' eTurboMod is clearly the leading edge industry software to simplify the loan modification/short sale process and the overall documentation flow," said AHPS President James McHenry. "We selected WESA for its (eTurboMod) solution; as well as for its industry-wide expertise in operating and managing a full-service processing facility." "We are pleased that Attorney Home Protection Services has selected We Save Homes Inc. for its loan modification, short sale and complete processing needs," said We Save Homes Inc. President Ryan Boyajian. "Currently, more than nine million families are in need of a loan modification in the U.S. The attorney market is a key segment for our eTurboMod™ solution because it enables them to collect all the required paperwork and present a legal package to the lender in order to negotiate a beneficial loan on behalf of clients who are struggling to keep their homes in this troubled economy. We Save Homes Inc. will immediately function as the backend support and software solution facilitating over a thousand client files for AHPS, which offers an extensive and growing clientele. WESA currently works direct with the lenders to rectify their non-performing asset pools initially through a standardized defaulting loans process (eTurboMod) all the way down to educating the homeowner with regards to a short sale and using their nationwide network of licensed and trained real estate professional that specialize in handling all facets of the short sales process. For more information, visit
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