The first thing to do would be to talk to your lender, and ask them about their short sale requirements. Many lenders will not consider a short sale if you are current or even still making some payments. You will need paperwork such as bank statements and W-2s to prove a financial hardship that no longer allows you to make payments. Can you provide such information?
The next step, if you believe you are eligible for a short sale, is to contact a realtor with experience in short sales. They will help you determine the correct price at which to market your home, as well as suggestions on how to get it sold in the shortest possible time frame (keeping in mind that no short sale is ever quick).
I have experience in both selling and buying short sales. I would happy to speak with you about how I work and see if we have a good fit. Please contact me at your convenience.
Meir Aloni & Team
CDPE (Certified Distressed Property Expert)
CRS (Certified Residential Specialist)
RECS (Real Estate Cyberspace Society)
Successfully selling Broward County since 1986!
Direct phone# 954-338-5220 http://www.WeSellBroward.com
All Star Realty Inc.
The first thing you need to do:
â€¢ Heir a professional short sale negotiator.
â€¢ Have the negotiator talk with the bank
â€¢ Get a price from the bank that they will except
â€¢ sell your property
There are several ways of approaching the short sale process. Not all of the short sale are long.
Good luck with the process and if you have any other questions please donâ€™t hesitate to contact me I
would love to help.
Prudential Florida Realty
Fort Lauderdale luxury real estate/ Miami luxury Real Estate
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