The creation of Surplus Agents for Americans was born out of a pressing need to assist property owners who were facing foreclosure due to the adverse effects of rising interest rates. As seasoned investors who had owned, rented, and operated vacation rentals in various areas for seven years, we were not immune to the challenges of the real estate market. We discovered that there were many homeowners in similar distress who were unaware of the existence of surplus funds available to them. After conducting extensive research, we identified a gap in the system that made it difficult for homeowners to claim these funds. Counties do not have the resources to conduct the necessary detective work and inform owners of surplus funds. This is where Surplus Agents for Americans comes in – we bridge the gap by helping homeowners claim the funds that they are entitled to. At Surplus Agents for Americans, we pride ourselves on our professionalism, honesty, and commitment to assisting homeowners in distress. We recognize that navigating the complexities of the real estate market can be daunting, and we strive to provide a service that is sound, professional, and honest. We believe that by working together, we can help homeowners overcome financial challenges and achieve their goals.

We also observed that although the new owner of the foreclosed property was permitted to evict the previous homeowner, the courts were not obligated to inform the homeowner of the possibility of surplus funds being available. The information provided by the courts was often difficult to comprehend, contained an abundance of legal jargon, and was frequently sent to the incorrect address, resulting in it being disregarded.

The Surplus Agents for Americans streamlines the process for homeowners and ensures that they or their beneficiaries receive the funds they are justly owed.

That is why we established The Surplus Agents for Americans. Our two-fold objective is to assist those facing foreclosure by presenting them with all available options and ensuring that those who have undergone foreclosure receive the surplus funds they are owed.