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Monday, October 1, 2012

Short Sale Hardships

Short Sale Hardships There are so many ways that financial hardships can lead a homeowner to fall behind in making their monthly mortgage payments on time. A job loss, divorce, medical bills, reduced work hours, death and adjustable mortgages with a high rate are examples of how homeowners can become distressed in today’s volatile economy.

Every state and bank has a different process but with experience comes knowledge. As a central Connecticut licensed Realtor who believes in constantly educating myself, I have learned a variety of ways to help distressed homeowners.

If you’re experiencing any kind of financial crisis and have fallen behind in your mortgage payments, the feeling that there is no other option but to lose your home can be overwhelming.

What you need now is help: guidance from a central Connecticut real estate professional who understands the process and the difficult choices you’re facing. You do not have to go it alone. There are solutions and there is help. Patience is key but time is of the essence. The worst thing you can do is to stick your head in the sand and wait for that foreclosure notice or go into complete denial. Take Action!

As a Certified Distressed Property Expert –CDPE, I specialize in helping homeowners in the central Connecticut area avoid foreclosure and I can provide you with information on the alternatives. I will explain the effects that foreclosure can have on your credit and offer other options that may be available to you such as a short sale.

The time to seek help is now and I’m here for you. Your next steps are simple. Contact me today and I will speak with you regarding your unique situation and how best to save your home from foreclosure. I can provide you with a seller checklist of information I need to help you navigate the process and negotiate with the bank to lessen the long term consequences that come with a distressed property.

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