June 21, 2010
Welcome To Summer
It's ugly out there today. At 11 am, it is 52 degrees and dumping rain here in eastern Washington. The forecast looks to improve markedly starting tomorrow, so hopefully we'll be leaving this very 'spring-like' weather behind us soon.
Today is my daughter's 10th birthday. It is also the longest day of the year (sunrise to sunset), although we never saw the sun rise this morning, nor will we see it set tonight. Despite all that, I am excited for what the summer has in store.
The kids are out of school, the dress around the office gets much more casual, and Friday afternoons give way to more leisure activities and less work. In the next few days, I'll dust off my whitewater gear and prepare for what promises to be a great summer of rafting.
At the same time, I'm hoping several banks and mortgage companies nationwide are planning some 'Summer Clearance Sales', allowing us to purchase their 'ding-n-dent' properties. As we approach 2010's midway point, we are happy with the bargains we've found thus far.
What are you planning to do this summer? Do you have any broken-down homes you just want to get off the chopping block? Worse yet, maybe you have a borrower that's no longer paying you, and you're at a loss as to what to do about it.
We at Proficient Note Buyers have adjusted with our changing economy. We understand the pressures and perils of individuals having to deal with properties they no longer want to maintain or borrowers who are no longer paying on their notes.
If the clouds are hanging over your head as your summer is threatened by deadbeat borrowers or headache properties, give us a call. Let us help bring a little sunshine into the situation by letting your minds wander away from property problems and instead focus on lazy summer days, rest and relaxation, and family.
It's ugly out there today. But one call to us may just allow the sun to shine through and your property worries to vanish like the seeds of a dandelion on the breeze.
Make it a great summer.
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