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Best of luck!
Ron Escobar, MBA
You can short sale. I specialize with short sales and I would need to ask you some specific questions and also what your future intentions are, but I can definitely guide you accordingly. Please contact me and I can give you a free, personal consultation. It is my job to help so please call me. Thank you.
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Yes you can short sale your property. Anyone can choose the option of short selling their property in order to avoid an eminent foreclosure, regardless of how many real estate assets they own!
Whether or not you will continue to owe the balance of what is left of your debt is dependent upon how successful a short sale negotiator you hire. Whomever you choose, make sure they have a track record of success and understand the difference between a "release of lien" and " a full release of liability"
You can read more about deficiency judgments in California by visiting this link
Also you California Foreclosure Process here:
I'm always available to answer questions should you need the help.
Allan S. Glass
ASG Real Estate Inc. Â®
149 S. Barrington Ave, Suite #660
Los Angeles . CA 90049
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I have had many sellers with multiple properties close on a short sale & their other residences are not affected. I have had investor short sellers with LOTS of money in the bank & other properties with LOTS of equity & after the short sale the bank doesn't go after their other houses with liens for their equitable positions.
We can negotiate with the lien holder(s) to release you of any & all future liability. If you purchased the LA or Palm Desert home as an 'investment' property, you will be liable to the IRS for the negative amount, but ONLY as a percentage of Tax not as the entire amount of the negative balances. The IRS treats it as "income".
So, if you short sell one of the condos for $300K & you owed $400K, you would owe the IRS, at your tax rate (talk to your CPA) based on the $100K negative difference.
Please let me know if you have any questions, please email me directly, I won't check back on here for any answers or responses.
Realtor Since 1996
Every situation is different and unique. Yes, you can short sale an investment property. And...you can negotiate with the bank not to be responsible for the balance. However, there may be tax liabilities. You may want to check with your accountant regarding State and Federal Income Taxes.
Feel free to contact me directly to discuss your situation and options.
All the best,
Kat Becker, Agent
Prudential California Realty
Yes, you can do a short sale with your investment condo that you are renting out. I'd be happy to go over the short sale process with you, the steps we need to take, etc. Feel free to call me at your earliest convenience. Don't wait until it's too late...and you've received a Trustee Sale Date with a final sale date. Get started while you still have time on your side.
Keller Williams Realty
Short Sale Specialist, ePro
Please feel free to contact me so that I can explain the short sale and its ramifications. I am a short sale certified and hold the CDPE Advanced certification which is one of the most prestigious in the short sale field. I speak Korean, Spanish, and English.
Looking forward to hearing from you soon,
Nextage Capital Advisors
1521 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90017
http://www.michantli.com Free Real Estate Info in Spanish.
You may still be able to qualify for a short sale if you can show financial hardship. Your best bet is to contact a local real estate agent that specializes in short sales to assist you with the process. I personally have not seen liens attached to other property in short sales that I have worked on. I have heard that some banks report the loss that they took to the IRS, in which case you would need to report it as income, but that is not always the case.