Get cash to sell the home you can’t afford

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Real Estate Agent with Remax Excellence - Silver Spring, MD Maryland #318884

Since the beginning of the housing crisis, millions of homeowners have found themselves pinned in by their financial circumstances and chained to a mortgage on which they owe more than their home is worth. In the past, homeowners enduring these challenges had very few options, and most would be forced to lose their home to foreclosure.

 

Today, however, there are more options. The government and the banks have created a multitude of programs and foreclosure alternatives that can help people in these circumstances find a dignified solution for their problems without crippling their financial future. These options include loan modifications, refinancing, or short sales.

 

The most amazing development in today’s market, however, is one simple fact: Banks are now willing to give cash to homeowners to sell the home they can’t afford.

 

Please contact me today if you or someone you know could use my help and wants the latest information about current incentives available to distressed homeowners.

 

Emcee M. Arah

RE/MAX Excellence Realty

10230 New Hampshire Ave

Suite 100

Silver Spring, MD 20903

(301) 452-5252

http://www.DeeCeeHomesOnline.com

 

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Kay Van Kampen
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Emcee, what a great way to show home sellers that there are foreclosure alternatives. I have a short sale closing where the bank is giving an additional $2000 along with the regular $3000 they offered to get the loan closed before the end of the year. Now all we need is the government extending the mortgage debt relief act.
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