Have you spoken with your current lender about requesting the possibility of a short sale? This is possible when the outstanding loan balance on a property is more that the sale price, and you request that the lender forgive a portion of the debt on the property, which would allow you to sell the property and pay the lender the entire net proceeds of the sale. The lender would then forgive the outstanding loan balance and call the loan even with a . There are likely negative credit implications, but I understand that it is not as bad as a bankruptcy. You should check with your attorney or tax advisor to see how it would affect your credit. Normally you would need to have an accepted offer and also be behind in your payments before the typical lender will consider a short sale.
Maybe some other agents will have some other ideas for you..
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I think you need to be more specific about what you're asking. Sounds like you might be trying to figure out what property insurance is for a specific address? Or who the insurance company is for someone's home? Either way, I doubt anyone here has that answer for you. If you're buying a house, you'll have to contact your insurance carrier and get a quote for homeowners insurance.... more
I've never heard of "Oarker", but I'm guessing you mean "Parker"? LOL For rentals, I'd try looking on Craigslist or go to www.housinghelpers.com. Not many agents in CO deal only in rentals. You'll probably get plenty of agents from the Parker area willing to help you find something to buy. Good luck!... more