What Types of Hardship Qualifies For a Short Sale?
I found this post from a few years ago...unfortunately for some homeowners in Maryland, this still applies to them. ...a salvation when a foreclosure is eminent
A short sale is when a homeowner facing foreclosure sells his or her property for less than what is owed to the mortgage lender. The sale has to be approved by the lender.
Short sales are still very popular these days in certain parts of the country. Here in the Maryland region and Virginia, short sales have become less popular. Nevertheless, there are still some families that may need the help of a short sale.
There are several reasons why a lender could accept a short sale.. In some instances homeowners that are still with adjustable-rate loans can't make the payments when their interest rates rise; others fall behind because of job loss, others because of a divorce or sickness.
A lot of homeowners have seen their homes values drop and when they want to refinance. .
Their home can not be refinanced because the appraisal for the refi is below what you need to refinance the entire loan
Why are banks increasingly willing to embrace short sales as an alternative to foreclosure?
Simple: Because they lose LESS MONEY! CHEAPER!
So, if you are procrastinating, not knowing what to do?
And you are tired living with the uncertainty if you have a place to live tomorrow. .
Take control of your financial life. .and consult with an experienced Short Sales Specialist to take your next step
Fernando Herboso is a Short Sale Specialist in Maryland DC and Virginia
Expert in Bank of America, Wells Fargo and Chase Short Sales.
call: 240-426-5754 for MD, DC & VA
Fernando Herboso has listed over 160 short sales, trained dozens of agents "how to do short sales "and has authored the following books about short sales
Author of the eBOOK
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Maryland Principal Broker : Fernando Herboso direct # 240-426-5754
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