*not to be construed as legal advice.
Keller Williams Town & Country Realty
First off be careful not to get tied up with anyone who promises they can help you for an upfront fee or those that want you to sign your deed over to them.
Is the home currently listed on the market as a short sale? If not it should be, some banks will not work anything out if itâ€™s not exposed on the MLS.
Is this a primary or investment home?
Have you tried to work this out with the bank?
Have you tried Hope Now?
Can you refinance?
The attorney call will need to be your judgment, I have heard at times they can prolong it but again I feel it must be listed to sell.
Iâ€™ve just recently helped two short sellers to find nice homes to rent. One is for three years with a possible lease to buy after the first year with seller financing.
Dave Lowe's advice is an opinon based on the facts given, Buyer & Seller will hold Dave Lowe harmless.
I am sorry to hear of your situation.
Have you already been speaking with the bank with what is going on with you?
If so, then I would definitely get a lawyer to discuss your options.
Good Luck to you.
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The foreclosure papers, that have been served to you, are of a legal nature. They are the instrument that begins a legal proceeding against your property. In my opinion, it is never a bad idea to seek legal counsel that represents you, and can give you proper guidance.
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