Stop Foreclosure in Broward and Palm Beach, Florida.

By
Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Partners Realty FL3221063

YES, it can be done! You can stop foreclosure in Broward and Palm Beach counties, Fort Lauderdale,  Florida.   If you are a homeowner who is is struggling to pay your mortgage because of a long term job loss, divorce, decreased income or any other type of hardship then you can stop foreclosure.  There are a number of ways for homeowners in Broward county and palm beach counties, Fort Lauderdale, Florida to stop foreclosure, some are as follows:

*  Get current on your mortgage.                                                           

*  Apply to your lender for a  temporary repayment plan (a forbearance).                                         

*  Refinance your loan ( a reduction in monthly payments)                         

*  Get a loan modification

Sell your property and use the equity to pay off  the loan.

* Do a short sale- A short sale is when your mortgage bank/servicer's investor has agreed to take less than what is owed on your home. (you work with your bank to accept less than what is owed on the home loan).  A short sale is an alternative to selling your home when you owe more than it's worth. The banks have become more lenient in allowing people to short sale their homes because the alternative, which is foreclosure, can be more costly.  If a  short sale is accepted by your bank  and is a successful short sale then the you (homeowner) has a lot more to gain as opposed to having a foreclosure in Broward County and Palm Beach county, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.  

HOW TO CHOOSE A REALTOR TO HANDLE YOUR SHORT SALE.

What's important is that you choose a Realtor who understands the short sale process.  I am one of those realtors who have the necessary experience & knowledge to help you navigate the maze of your short sale.  Please call and allow me to assist you if you are facing foreclosure or wants general info on how to stop foreclosure in Broward county, palm Beach County, Fort Lauderdale. Florida

MY SERVICE FOR HELPING STRUGGLING HOMEOWNERS STOP FORECLOSURE IN BROWARD AND PALM BEACH COUNTIES, FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA IS FREE TO THE HOMEOWNER.   PLEASE DO NOT WORK WITH ANYONE CLAIMING TO HELP YOU WITH A SHORT SALE AND IS CHARGING YOU AN UPFRONT FEE OR ANY TYPE OF FEES FOR THEIR SERVICE.

For more information on how to stop foreclosure and information on  short sales in Broward,  Palm Beach counties, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, please contact me at 954-632-3312, send me an email at kmccoy2@ymail.com  or visit my website for more details  at  www.kmccoyflrealtor.com.

 

Posted by

Kathleen McCoy
Keller Williams Partners Realty
1801 N Pine Island Road Suite 210
Plantation, FL 33322
Cell - 954-632-3312
Office - 954-343-4444
Fax - 954-756-8140
Email -
kmccoy2@ymail.com

Website www.kmccoyflrealtor.com

 

 

 

 

 

Comments (5)

Than Maynard
Coldwell Banker Heart of Oklahoma - Purcell, OK
Broker - Licensed to List & Sell - 405-990-8862

You forgot one:

Take personal responisiblity and do something! Don't wait on the government to bail you out, unless you have political pull you won't see any help.

I understand things got out of their control and I do sympathize, but people must grow up and take responsibility for their actions and quit blaming the evil _____________ (insert whoever they wanna blame here).

Jul 16, 2011 04:18 AM
Pete Xavier
Investments to Luxury - Pacific Palisades, CA
Outstanding Agent Referrals-Nationwide

Kathleen,

You sure do know your stuff!

You're the one to trust for default situations in Sout East Florida!

Jul 31, 2014 03:03 PM
Kathleen McCoy
Keller Williams Partners Realty - Plantation, FL
Your South Florida Realtor

Thanks Pete.  It is a lot of work, but I am always happy to help and educate homeowners in default.

Jul 31, 2014 09:53 PM
Brian Olsen
Portland, Lake Oswego, West Linn & Dunthorpe Neighborhoods, Waterfront, Luxury & Floating Homes - Lake Oswego, OR
Cooper Jacobs Real Estate Group | Keller Williams

When do you see the problem from the lending institutions taking a turn for the better?

Thank you Kathleen and have a fantastic weekend!

Aug 01, 2014 07:25 AM
Kathleen McCoy
Keller Williams Partners Realty - Plantation, FL
Your South Florida Realtor

 Hi Brian, the lenders continue to take a long time processing "most" of the short sales.   But, at lease we have been seeing a greater percentage of short sales being  approved and homeowners debts being forgiven.    I think now that we do not have the magnitude of distressed homeowners as before that the lending institutions will continue to get even better at processing the short sales in a timely manner.    Thanks for your response.

Aug 02, 2014 09:55 AM

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