Do You Think The Stress Of Missing Mortgage Payments
Is Only Affecting You?
If you’re in financial distress or are struggling to make your mortgage payment, then you’ve come to the right resource!
With the growing financial crisis, more and more people are experiencing heightened levels of stress and feeling out of control—and possibly facing the loss of their home through foreclosure. Many are stressed because they’ve experienced one or more of the following:
|• Severe Illness||• Military Service||• Tax Increase|
|• Inheritance||• Payment Increase||• Loss of Job|
|• Separation||• Mortgage Adjustment||• Reduced Income|
|• Divorce||• Insurance Increase||• Business Failure|
|• Medical Bills/Debt||• Incarceration||• Damage to Property|
|• Death of a Spouse||• Death of a family member||• Mandatory Job Relocation|
Now there’s financial relief for you!
I can sell a property for an owner through a “short-sale” and eliminate the huge mortgage and property tax payments! It can be a “primary residence,” “second home,” “unsold new construction,” “investment property” or “commercial property.” To accomplish this, I become the Realtor® for the homeowner. The owner/seller may choose their own attorney, or I can recommend experienced Short-Sale Real Estate Attorneys. But, the best part is, the bank pays your closing costs, including the real estate brokerage commissions, attorney fees, transfer tax, etc. The seller’s transaction fees, in a successful short-sale, are minimal!*
A “short-sale” is a sale of a real estate property in which the market value/sales price of the property is less than the combination of the balance owed (including any penalties, interest, fees, common charges in arrears, etc.) on a loan plus all transaction expenses to sell the property (commissions, attorney fees, transfer taxes, etc.). In a short-sale, the bank or mortgage lender agrees to take less than the balance due on the mortgage to sell the house, as long as the seller is truly in an economic or financial hardship.
I completed a rigorous training course to become a “Certified Distressed Property Expert” (CDPE). In addition to my success in selling real estate in this market, this certification gives me the proper tools, systems, insights and “tricks of the trade” to successfully complete a short-sale transaction for a “financially distressed homeowner.” This means when I obtain a short-sale approval, I will have received approval from the bank to allow the property to be sold for less than owed! Really, it’s true!
And, the bank pays your closing costs, including the real estate brokerage commissions, attorney fees, transfer tax, etc. Call me today to get qualified, get sold and get control of your life again! Or, complete the contact form below.
*For those who qualify. A residual "deficiency judgment" balance and/or tax implication may or may not apply after closing. Consult with your accountant or attorney. Or call for details.