Washington homeowners are counting on you, Rob. Do not let them down. Do not let them needlessly lose their homes.
Today, your new foreclosure rescue scam law goes into effect, dooming troubled Washington homeowners to almost certain foreclosure.
Agents won’t list and won’t show their homes, and investors are deciding they can’t help either.
It’s become the proverbial “wouldn’t touch them with a 10-foot pole” scenario, and responsibility rests squarely on your shoulders.
But you already know all of this. Worse, you don’t seem to care.
Apparently, you’d rather see people lose their homes than admit the HB 2791 debacle should be tabled until it can be properly sorted out.
More properties at auction
Here’s part of an email I received today from a foreclosure investing group owner . . .
There is a new law going into effect that will affect the way pre-foreclosures are pursued and will likely drive more properties to auction (bad for homeowners in distress, but good for auction investors).
We are expecting some very large volume auctions for the foreseeable future. If you are on the fence for purchasing properties at auction, now is the time to gear up and get involved!
This is nuts, Rob.
Do the right thing
It’s time you step forward and do whatever it takes to put a hold on this law so owners at risk can save their homes. If not, your office will be responsible for the needless foreclosures that will undoubtedly result.
This law destroys the foreclosure marketplace. Without it, folks facing foreclosure in Washington have no one interested in buying their homes. And with foreclosures approaching all-time highs, it’s the last thing we need to see happening.
Do the right thing, Rob. Forget about the politics, forget about the consequences of admitting your mistake, and just do the right thing and take this damn law out of play.
Washington homeowners are counting on you to protect them, Rob. Do not let them down.
Do not force them to lose their homes simply because you’re too concerned about looking foolish to take the action you know you should to end this madness.
In the arena,