Short Sales in Timber Ridge

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Short Sales in Timber Ridge


Short Sales in Timber Ridge

Searching for Short Sales in Timber Ridge?  They are not too hard to find these days.  Timber Ridge was not built at the peak of the real estate market but just prior to the peak.  Consequently, anyone needing to sell is upside down and is forced to short sell.  These homes are generally well cared for and priced unbelievably low.  Take a look for yourself at the short sales in Timber Ridge.  So what is the downside you ask?  Short sales can take 3 to 6 months and even longer and some never close.  I don't know about you but when I finally decide to buy a home, search for the perfect one,  and find it - I want it.  Not in 6 months or a year, and I certainly don't want to wait a year just to find out that I can't have it at all.  So why does anyone do it?

Because they can't pass up a deal.  Actually short sales work well for investors and for those trying to find a second home without any real time line.  I run in to many people that continuously second guess their decisions sometimes known as buyer's remorse.  If you are one of these people do yourself a favor and run when someone suggests a short sale.  They are for the truly determined souls in this world.

If you think you have what it takes do not despair.  The process is always evolving and for the most part is much better than it was.  These deals do get done.  Take a look at the short sales in Timber Ridge right now.  Banks have figured out that they fare much better when a home is sold through the short sale process than foreclosure.  The properties are more salable and less time and legal action is required as well as taxes, HOA dues, etc..  If this sounds like the path for you then pick up the phone and give us a call at the Dohack Group.  We will be more than happy to help you find the perfect short sale in Timber Ridge.


Comments (1)

Drick Ward Property Management / Broker Assoc
NEPTUNE REALTY - Virginia Beach, VA
"RealtorDrick" - Experienced Representation

Sad that an entire community fell to greed, but I suppose the short sale avenue is better than foreclosure for all involved.

Nov 10, 2010 02:58 PM