You should be just fine, then. Now you need to find a proven short sale expert to facilitate the sale and process for you. Again, I would appreciate having a discussion with you about this.
Thank you, and enjoy your evening.
Derek Bauer, Associate Broker / Realtor
Real Estate One
As long as you didn't purchase a property upon which deed restrictions were placed (i.e. a bank preventing a buy and flip), you should be able to sell.
Make sure you align yourself with a solid short shale expert. I would appreciate the opportunity to interview with you for the job, as I am a Certified Distressed Property Expert and approximately 40% of our business is short sales.
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If you purchased the home as a foreclosure or short sale, there may be a waiting period. Best to get a legal opinion on that. As far as you doing a short sale, you need to have a "hardship." A divorce would certainly qualify you for this. You need a good real-estate attorney. Let me recommend Chris Sevick. You can find his name and contact info on my website (look under the 'Team Member' tab). He is a former realtor, a real-estate attorney and a virtual short sale expert. He has many systems in place to help you. . . and if I can be of help, please don't hesitate to ask.