Are you behind in your mortgage payments, or concerned that you soon might be? Have you received a preforeclosure letter from your lender? Continue reading “Avoiding Foreclosure” »
A “Short Sale” or “negotiated settlement” or “short pay” occurs when a Lender agrees to accept less than the amount owed to payoff a loan as an alternative to foreclosure. If the property is worth less than the amount owed on the loan, then even if the Lender forecloses and takes back the property, they know they are going to take a loss. We can often convince a Lender that they will “do better” if they take less than what is owed now rather than taking the property back by foreclosure and trying to sell it later. Continue reading “Short sale help” »
- When potential buyers visit your home, either be absent or make yourselves as inconspicuous as possible.
Its important to have your home in good showing condition before buyers start going through it. Here are some steps to take: Continue reading “What To Do Before Your Home Is Listed” »
Studies show that homesellers who use a REALTOR® to represent them generally get a better price than those who sell the home themselves. Continue reading “Hire A Realtor” »
If you go through the builder directly, they are going to look at you as a customer. When you use a Realtor, you become our client. Realtors have fiduciary duties to their clients. Builders have the duty of disclosure, but they don’t necessarily have the same fiduciary responsibility that Realtors do. Continue reading “Why Would I Want To Use An Agent If I Am Buying My Home Directly From The Builder?” »