myrtle beach short sale: Myrtle Beach Short Sales: Real Estate Fact or Fiction? - 01/14/11 08:20 AM
Myrtle Beach Short Sales: Real Estate Fact or Fiction?
Many buyers tend to stay away from the term "short sale", simply because they don't know what it is! What they also don't know is that they are missing out on a great deal! There are also many realtors that dislike short sales because they mean extra work and not as much commission. The key is to find a great realtor who is willing to go to work for you!
So what is a short sale?
The name can be misleading, as short sales can take longer than a regular sale. The … (0 comments)

myrtle beach short sale: Myrtle Beach Short Sale- Foreclosure vs Short Sale- Frequently asked Questions about Myrtle Beach Short Sale - 06/24/10 08:54 AM
Myrtle Beach Short Sale- Foreclosure vs Short Sale- Frequently asked Questions about Myrtle Beach Short Sales
What is the main difference between a Myrtle Beach Short Sale and a Myrtle Beach Foreclosure?
 A Myrtle Beach Short Sale will be the better option, if time is allowed. Typically a short sale will take place in something called a "pre-foreclosure time period". Before the homeowner has to be forced into a foreclosure, which is almost bankruptcy for a homeowner, he or she will have another option.
What is a short sale (from the bank's point of view)?
A short sale is where the … (0 comments)

myrtle beach short sale: Myrtle Beach Short Sale - How to Stop Forclosure in Myrtle Beach - 06/17/10 08:12 AM
What is a Myrtle Beach Short Sale?
The word "foreclosure" is not a very pretty word. In fact, it causes families to lose their homes, credit scores to go down-hill and often fight long term financial battles. A Myrtle Beach Short Sale is the solution to the problem, and will stop a Myrtle Beach foreclosure before the full process is completed. Myrtle Beach Short Sales are more popular now and a way of getting out of an upside down mortgage.
We have all heard about foreclosures from family, friends and in the news. But what is foreclosure? Foreclosure is when one … (0 comments)

myrtle beach short sale: Myrtle Beach Short Sales - North Myrtle Beach Short Sale - 03/13/10 01:32 AM
A short sale is a sale of real estate in which the sale proceeds fall short of the balance owned on the property's loan. It occurs when a borrower cannot pay the mortgage loan for whatever reason. Some of the reasons could be unemployment, reduced income, divorce, medical emergency, job transfer out of town, bankruptcy, or death in the family. The lender decides that selling the property at a moderate loss is better than pressing the borrower. Both parties consent to the short sale process, because it allows them to avoid foreclosure.

 It is very important for sellers and buyers … (0 comments)

myrtle beach short sale: If I am behind on my mortgage payments, but not yet in foreclosure. Can I do a short sale? - 02/10/10 12:57 AM
If I am behind on my mortgage payments, but not yet in foreclosure. Can I do a short sale?Yes and this is happening with much greater regularity. Sometimes, these are actually the most attractive short sales for an buyer/investor and a lender because a lender can avoid ALL the costs of foreclosure with a short sale before foreclosure is filed. In these case, it is more important to have a very good "hardship" story to explain to the lender why you are unable to make the payments.
A Short Sale is a win-win solution for the home owner, the lender, and … (1 comments)

myrtle beach short sale: How do I Short Sale My Home - How Do I Stop Foreclosure On My Home - 02/03/10 07:37 AM
How do I Short Sale My Home - How Do I Stop Foreclosure On My Home
            Foreclosure in the United States hit an all time high in the year 2009. There were 3,957,643 foreclosures filed in 2009, a 31% increase over the previous years. Foreclosure filings were reported on 349,519 U.S. properties in December, a 14% jump from the previous month and a 15% increase from December 2008. The December number is particularly depressing because it shows that the foreclosure problem is not even close to going away. The federal government efforts to modify mortgages did not stop foreclosures because … (1 comments)

myrtle beach short sale: Are you Upside Down? Or Do You Just Need A Little Help? - 02/03/10 07:32 AM
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* Behind on mortgage payments?
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We can help via the Myrtle Beach Short Sale process. In which case, the market value of your Home is less than the current mortgage owed by the owner.
 
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myrtle beach short sale: Myrtle Beach Short Sale - Myrtle Beach Short Sales - 01/19/10 07:46 AM
Myrtle Beach Short Sale - Myrtle Beach Short Sales
Foreclosure in the United States hit an all time high in the year 2009. There were 3,957,643 foreclosures filed in 2009, a 31% increase over the previous years. Foreclosure filings were reported on 349,519 U.S. properties in December, a 14% jump from the previous month and a 15% increase from December 2008. The December number is particularly depressing because it shows that the foreclosure problem is not even close to going away. The federal government efforts to modify mortgages did not stop foreclosures because of the rising unemployment and underwater mortgages. Many … (0 comments)

myrtle beach short sale: Stop Foreclosure - Myrtle Beach Short Sale - 01/15/10 02:47 AM
Stop Foreclosure - Myrtle Beach Short Sale  In working with sellers, you'll find that most people have the false assumption that the bank does notwant to foreclose.  While this is true in some cases, thebanks actually WANT to foreclose on many of the homes outthere. The longer the seller waits to sell their property, the more costs the banks have into it, and the less willing they are to negotiate.  That's why when we list a property for sale as a short sale we immediately  go to stop foreclosure.     

 
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myrtle beach short sale: Myrtle Beach Short Sale – How to Stop Foreclosure Myrtle Beach - 12/08/09 07:33 AM
We have all heard about how families are losing their homes to foreclosure in all areas of the United States. Losing your home to foreclosure due to not being able to keep up with your monthly mortgage payments is one of life's most unpleasant experiences to go through.  Foreclosure is an event that keeps on affecting you long after you lose your home by devastating your credit score. Some foreclosure victims may see a huge drop in their credit score after foreclosure and an inability to borrow any money for several years. Many people think that if they just let their … (0 comments)

myrtle beach short sale: Myrtle Beach Short Sales – Buy or Sell Myrtle Beach Short Sale - 09/19/09 03:25 AM
Both Seller and Buyer questions answered by a Myrtle Beach Short Sale Expert
Will I have to pay capital gains taxes if I sell as a short sale? --- No. Capital gains taxes are paid on money you have made.  In a short sale, it is a loss and as a borrower you still owe money. The "Short" part of a short sale is the difference between what is owed and what a buyer is willing to pay.
Who pays the back property taxes in a short sale?   --- The seller or the bank will have to pay the property taxes … (2 comments)

myrtle beach short sale: Myrtle Beach Short Sale Stops Foreclosure - 01/03/09 04:29 AM
What is a Short Sale?
A Short Sale is a win-win solution for the home owner, the lender, and the buyer. The lender gets the highest price for a quick sale at the current market price. The borrowers get their credit restored and generally get relief from possible future legal actions and deficiency judgments.
Short Sales occur when borrowers sell their property for a sales price less than the amount owed to their lender(s) after all sales expenses, including brokerage fees, are taken into account. In order for this to take place the lender(s) must accept a discounted payoff; meaning the bank(s) get … (0 comments)

 
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