What is considered a Short Sale in Maryland?
A Short Sale in a real estate transaction in Maryland occurs when the outstanding loan on the property is greater than the proceeds from the sale of the house after all the closing costs, taxes, liens are paid.
The home owner must meet all the qualifications of a short sale in Maryland. The Home Owners Lender must also agree to allow a short sale of the mortgage. Did you know your Lender COULD release you fully from your mortgage and forgive you of your deficiency?
What are the Qualifications for Short Sale Help in Maryland?
Are you in financial hardship of any kind? i.e. relocation, divorce, loss of income, loss of job, major repairs to your home without money to make them, increased medical bills and or living expenses.
Behind on your mortgage, facing default or foreclosure in Maryland?
Can't get your home SOLD in Maryland due to your mortgage balance that is greater than the value of your house in Maryland?
You may have other situations...just contact me and lets discuss them.
If you answered YES to any of these questions then a SHORT SALE in MARYLAND may be the answer for YOU!
We will discuss your situation with you, explain your options. Please remember that a short sale is NOT always the best option for every case.
We will provide you with the required forms and documentation from your lender in order for them to process the short sale of your home in Baltimore, Harford, Cecil County, Anne Arundel County, Montgomery County and Surrounding Areas of Maryland
We will answer any of your questions you may have throughout the entire process. The best part is that your Lender pays all our FEES!
We are not investors trying to purchase your home or charge you a fee up-front to negotiate on your behalf. We are here to help you the best way possible and earn an honest commission.
Give us a call or simply fill out the easy form at MarylandHOMESTeam and get started today!
Whether you are in Harford County Maryland, Baltimore County, Cecil County, Anne Arundel County, Baltimore City, We are here to help you avoid foreclosure and become a Bank Owned Property!
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