Ron Thomas gave you some very good advice below. I know you feel like you are in a miserable situation, but it's important to weigh the facts of the situation.
There are many things to consider that can't be covered on an Internet forum like this. Best advice is to speak with a Real Estate attorney (preferably one experienced working with active duty clients).
Depending on your situation and your goals, there may be better options for you than a short sale.
Make your decision based upon your head and not your heart and you'll find the best solution for your family!... more
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Posted on October 16, 2011 by Lee Anderson Right before you sign for a mortgage is probably the most critical period for your credit .Itâ€™s also one of the times when your credit is the most exposed.
Do's:1. Do be fully honest with your loan officer about your situation, because if it's not what you say it is, underwriting will find out, and it's much better for your loan to fall part during initial
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