Short Sale

YES – You can sell your home at today’s current market price and have your current mortgage lender pay for ALL the fees associated with the sale of your home – real estate commissions, title, escrow, and others!!

Today’s real estate market is very different than of recent years.  The two prevalent for sale homes are the bank-owned REO and the Short Sale.  As a Certified Distressed Property Expert, I’ve sold many short sale properties in Stanislaus County.  “I understand the short sale process and I can short sale your home…place my expertise at work for you.”

Please take some time to view the brief 3-minute video on this page!  It’s called “What is a Short Sale?”

Also, for some more information – look up  Short Sale Guide on Access Real Estate website!   I’ve prepared this Guide to help you understand exactly what the short sale & pre-foreclosure is all about and to get your home SOLD!!

I realize these are tough time for homeowners.  With so much conflicting information either from TV, newspapers, conversations with friends, family or even co-workers, it’s confusing and it’s frustrating.  Maybe you’ve already missed 2 or 3 mortgage payments, you’re struggling and just don’t know what to do.  You’ve heard that you should just “walk away” from your home…others say work it out with the bank…and others say for you to sell.  It can be confusing.

Now is an especially good time to sell your home – within this year 2012, it’s become a “seller’s market” in Stanislaus County, California!  Call me at 209-602-0299 at your first opportunity…let’s set up a time to sit down and answer your important questions.

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