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K, Both Buyer and Seller in 12302

we need to move sooner than expected. we have a 1st mortgage of $158k and a home equity loan for $37k.

Asked by K, 12302 Fri May 2, 2008

is there anyway to transfer the home equity to a new home? what else can we do? we've only owned for 2 years--home equity is covering past debt. i think we can sell our home at a price to cover 1st mortgage, but not both combined and we don't have the money to pay off the other loan. please help. i'm very heartbroken over this as we're trying to move closer to family.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon May 5, 2008
When lenders agree to do a short sale in real estate, it means the lender is accepting less than the total amount due. Not all lenders will accept short sales or discounted payoffs, especially if it would make more financial sense to foreclose; moreover, not all sellers nor all properties qualify for short sales.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat May 3, 2008
K, be very careful of all the scams that are out there right now...there is no such thing as a free lunch.

Your best bet at this point might be to sell as a short sale. A short sale is when the market value of the property is less than what is owed on it.

A Realtor will negotiate with your bank for you in getting the balance forgiven. Make sure you use someone very knowledgeable in the process.

If you contact me offline, I can put you in touch with some specialists in this area.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat May 3, 2008
I would consult a realtor to see wha the market value is of your home. You may be surprised at its value. Then I would call a lender that may be able to provide you with some financing options.
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