Foreclosure & Short Sale


Foreclosures and short sales are both options for homeowners facing mortgage payment difficulties, but it's vital to grasp the distinction between these processes. If you're facing foreclosure and feeling overwhelmed, you're not alone. Dealing with the stress of selling your house in such a situation can be daunting. The good news is, I'm here to ease your burden. I can sell your home quickly and offer fair cash deals for houses in any condition, so you don't have to worry about costly repairs or cleaning expenses. I understand the urgency, which is why I can move quickly to find the right Buyer or Investor for your home. In these challenging times with an increase in short sale homes due to the pandemic, we recognize the need for swift cash solutions to avoid foreclosure. Selling your house can be tough, especially in the face of foreclosure, but I'm dedicated to making the process as stress-free as possible for you. A short sale occurs when a homeowner owes more on their mortgage than the property's market value or sale price at the time of sale. In a short sale, the homeowner seeks permission from the mortgage lender, typically a bank, to sell the property for less than the total owed on the mortgage. For instance, if the homeowner sells the house for $250,000 while the remaining mortgage balance is $300,000, they are $50,000 short in repaying the lender. That's a short sale. I've been specializing in Foreclosures and Short Sales since the Housing Bubble and the Great Recession began in 2006. I can apply my expertise to assist you in selling your home.