Short Sales – An Alternative To Foreclosure
Benefits of Avoiding Foreclosure
There are, of course, some disadvantages to a short sale as well. There is a potential tax liability, a seller may be asked to sign a promissory note or contribute to the loss, and it can be time-consuming.
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|• We work to get you forgiven of your debt 100%, regardless of what you owe on your home.|
• We are NOT investors, and are not here to attempt to “steal” your house.
• We will guide you through the entire process and answer your questions along the way.
• We adhere to the National Association of Realtors strict ethical guidelines.
• Our services are ALWAYS 100% free for you, your lender pays ALL fees and closing costs.
As real estate professionals, we recognize how complicated and nerve wracking the Foreclosure and Short Sale processes can be. This website has been developed to help you locate relevant information and be self-informed on the issues confronting you. If you have questions or want to discuss your options, contact us today!
|A short sale may have credit or legal consequences and may result in taxable income to Seller. The Seller is advised to seek advice from an attorney, certified public accountant or other expert regarding such potential consequences of a short sale.|