Philip J. Cunningham Sr
V.I.P. Realty Corporation
7942 Bustleton Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19152
Your best bet is to go the short sale route; when you can't get a buyer, in about a year, the bank may then offer you the deed in lieu opportunity. Until then, in my opinion, you will be swimming upstream.
Carol Cei, Realtor, ePRO
ReMax Platinum Club and Hall of Fame
Five Star Professional
ReMax Action Realty
Banks are co-operating more with a short sale vs the Forclosure Process. There are Buyers out there willing to go through the Short Sale process. Just make sure your Jersey Agent is SHARP. Too many just dump it on an attnys lap. Make sure you interview.... and look at Agents Track record.
Im an old South Philly Boy.... 10th + Shunk
All the Best, John Curci RE/MAX 215-757-2889
Have you signed over your deed yet? When do you have to be out of the house?
Lease-purchases are a decent idea if you can find a willing seller. Most sellers need the proceeds from the sale of their home to move on to the next home. The only other options are to do a contract for deed or find a seller who is willing to hold a mortgage for you at a higher than market rate.
There are options for you its just going to take some time and digging. Let me know if you'd like to discuss your options further. I am licensed and practice real estate in both New Jersey and Philadelphia.
Best of Luck,
NJ & PA Licensed