Apple Valley Short sale advice and representation

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 Apple Valley Short sale advice and representation

Has your home outgrown your income?

Do you owe more than your home’s value?

Would you like some help sorting out your options?



If you’re having financial problems, there are a number of home-related choices you can make that will help you get through these difficult times, and you will get through them.  Of course, no choice is without consequence, and each situation is unique.  That’s where the first choice should be to get the best possible advice.  That means good real estate advice from a real estate professional, good legal advice from an attorney, and good advice from a financial and tax adviser.


Our short sale program includes legal consultation and representation.  The entire negotiating process is handled by a real estate law firm located in Dakota County, and when the lender approves the sale, the proposed terms of the approval will be examined by an attorney who will advise you of any possible issues with the approval.  You will be well represented, both in the marketing and sale of your home, and in the dealings with the lender. 


For more information, to get answers to your questions, or to move forward toward a resolution, start with an email or a phone call to me.  All inquiries will be addressed confidentially and promptly. 


Posted by

 Mike Carlier  Lakeville, MN





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Dave Sullivan
Real Estate One - Birmingham, MI
Michigan Realtor with an investor viewpoint


Excelent information I will forward it if that is ok? thank you!!!

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