Cash for Short Sales
Short Sales are More Valuable Than Ever!
Avoiding foreclosure is always a smart move, but now there are incentives that make it an even better one.
Short sales and deeds-in-lieu are dignified solutions to foreclosure, and now the government and banks are making them easier and quicker. Through the Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternatives Program (HAFA), and lender approved programs like Chase and Bank of America's Cooperative Short Sale which gives qualified homeowners between $3,000 -$30,000 for participating.
I have some good news for you.
Through a process called a Approved Short Sale, I can help you:
- Sell Your Home Quickly and Easily For Top Market Value
- Pay Absolutely No Commissions & No Closing Costs
- Avoid Foreclosure & Bankruptcy
- Save Your Credit
- Walk Away From Your Home With No Debt And No Tax Consequences
I know because I have helped 100′s of homeowners successfully short sale their homes over the past 6 years.
I am also certified and experienced at closing HAFA short sales. Along with Chase and Bank of America's Cooperative short sales and can tell you whether you will qualify for the programs after aFREE confidential consultation.
HAFA, Chase and Bank of America Cooperative short sales move faster than regular short sales, prevent the lender from pursuing any deficiency judgement against the seller and pay the seller between $3,000-$30,000 at close of escrow, so be sure to ask about this program when you call (see below).
Remember, you only get one shot at a successful short sale. If your agent is inexperienced, disorganized or simply drops the ball, your chances of completing a successful short sale could be ruined.
So don’t take chances call today I can help you!
For more information on the FREE report and how you can learn all the benefits of completing a HAFA, Chase, or B of A Cooperative short sale e-mail Rod Watson at email@example.com. or simply click on the link below to request more information on the program and how you would benefit.
For information now contact me to start exploring Foreclosure Alternative Solutions.