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Prudential Americana Group to continue Town Hall series

Prudential Americana Group will continue its Town Hall series Sept. 25, to help distressed homeowners evaluate their options and plan their next steps. The Town Hall series includes discussions with local real estate executives and attorneys for those who are facing foreclosure or upside down in their mortgages. Scheduled speakers include Tisha Black-Chernine of the Black and Lobello law firm, mortgage and lending experts and Mark Stark, CEO of Prudential Americana Group. Black-Chernine is one of the city’s leading experts in real estate law.

"There were 5,951 notices of default filed just last month in Las Vegas," said Mark Stark, CEO of Prudential Americana Group. "Thousands of people are upside down in their mortgages or facing foreclosure. At our Town Hall meetings, you are with people who are all in the same boat and truly want to do the right thing they just don’t know what that is." Stark said the free event, scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon at Green Valley Ranch Resort, gives homeowners a chance to ask questions and get honest advice on their options.

Expected attendance at the Town Hall meetings will include those interested in learning about home pricing, short sales, foreclosure, modifications and government programs such as Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternatives and Home Affordable Modification Program.

To RSVP for the Prudential Americana Group Town Hall meeting, sign up online at americanagroup.com or call 320-1650.

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