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Please contact her Mary Gardner at OnQ Financial in Scottsdale email@example.com she was very helpful.
Thousands of homes are being sold in the valley every month, and yours could be next. Everything is about proper marketing, exposure, pricing, etc. If you owe more than the current market value, then that is another story and you will have to try to get a short sale approved, which is very hard.
If you have enough proof and documentation to prove that you are in the process of getting a divorce, a lender (investor) might be willing to treat your puchase as a primary home, rather than and investment. Your best bet is to contact a reputable lender and discuss your case with him.
Carlos J. Ramirez, PC, ABR, CNE
Associate Broker, HomeSmart -
However, when I have a question and want a complete and honest answer I call Judy Giel at MetLife Home Loans. I can't promise you will like what she says, but I can assure you she has vast knowledge and will tell you the truth.
She can be reached at 602-494-6000, ext. 222. Her office is close to the 85032 zip code (Tatum & Shea) and she is good about returning calls if you get voice mail.
Best of luck. Gene Urban
I'm not sure why you've not been able to get a "clear response" from the lenders you've talked to, unless it's that you simply don't like their response. Is that possible? Either way, I would recommend that you talk to a local, reputable, experienced Loan Officer who can and will give you some direct responses/answers. If you'd like a recommendation, just email me directly.
Best of luck!