Save my home from foreclosure! Sound familiar? “Please save my home from foreclosure” is something we hear a lot of especially in the last few months before a sheriff sale. Short Sale’s are a common solution that homeowner’s turn to when trying to stop foreclosure on their home. For a complete understanding of what a short sale is and how we can provide short sale assistance, we provided a list of FAQs below. This will help clarify any questions you have regarding the short sale process and provide some helpful information to help guide you in the right direction to avoid losing your home to foreclosure.
A Short Sale is when a lender accepts less than what is owed on the property (home). If you have no equity or owe more than what your property is worth, you may be a good candidate for a Short Sale.
Time is of the essence when facing foreclosure. As with all Short Sales, there are no guarantees, however, we have the process down to a proven system to maximize the chance of success and prevent your home from going to foreclosure. Please fill out the form to the right so we can get the process started immediately.
If your home has been released from the Bankruptcy court, we can proceed with a short sale. Once again, time is of the essence, so the faster we submit a short sale package, the better our chances of obtaining approval.
Many homeowners I help have already attempted a Short Sale with a Realtor or another investor. Unfortunately many times the Realtor or Investor did not understand the Short Sale process fully, therefore were unable to obtain success. This is good news for you, the homeowner, because with a proper short sale specialist, a short sale may still be a viable option. While there is no guarantee that a short sale will be approved, I can assure you that my team and I will give you the best possible chance of successful short sale the second time around.
If you feel a short sale is a good option for you and that you make a potential candidate for a short sale in New Jersey, contact us today so we may begin the process immediately. Since the banks are overwhelmed with paperwork and under staffed it’s essential we get things in motion now.