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#1 Sharen

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Posted 18 April 2007 - 09:21 AM

w/your mortage companies....its called a "Short Sale". Saves you from having a FORECLOSURE on your credit report.

Can help you w/writing a "hardship" letter as well. Will negotiate the deal DIRECTLY w/your mortgage company.

If you are facing a possible foreclosure in the next 30-120 days, pls call me to see if I can help you.....I can also help you sell your home for top $ and quick and possibly even avoid a Short Sale completely!!

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Posted 18 April 2007 - 10:29 AM

A short-sale can actually hurt someone in the long run--right??? Is the difference not turned into the IRS as unearned income, which is taxed at a much higher rate??? Most attorneys reccomend against a short sale.
In my work experiance--the majority of mortgage companies hold out until the very last minute and then say that they cannot work anything out.
Sorry---but I deal with this every month. I see too many people that will pay a company hundreds of dollars for nothing.

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Posted 18 April 2007 - 12:04 PM

QUOTE (tbird @ Apr 18 2007, 11:29 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
A short-sale can actually hurt someone in the long run--right??? Is the difference not turned into the IRS as unearned income, which is taxed at a much higher rate??? Most attorneys reccomend against a short sale.
In my work experiance--the majority of mortgage companies hold out until the very last minute and then say that they cannot work anything out.
Sorry---but I deal with this every month. I see too many people that will pay a company hundreds of dollars for nothing.

I am not a CPA so not sure about your concern. However, I want to make it perfectly clear that I do not charge you any money to do this....I market your home to try and find a buyer for your home...preferrably one that is willing to pay you top $$...once I find the buyer, then I can negotiate directly w/the lenders and help u from foreclosing on your home.....there's nothing really worse than having a foreclosure on your credit report.....

pls call me if I can be of further assistance or if 'ya just want to chat.
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ASK Me How to Buy a Home w/$100 Down!!! * 100% Financing **
ASK Me About Our Discounted Listing Fees/Flat Rate Pckgs!
TO View THOUSANDS OF Foreclosures, go to my website: http://www.YouNeedMeRealty.com

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Posted 20 April 2007 - 09:04 AM

Short sales are done all the time. And now that the market is taking the turn it has, especially in areas like Florida, short sales will become even more and more common.

I am making an assumptation here. If someone owes 200k on a house and shortsales it for 150, thats a balance of 50k. whats the difference if the house sells at auction for 150k or the the bank takes it back and sells it later as a REO for 150. theres still a 50k balance.

From what I have heard from several experienced investors is, the bank does not pour salt into the wound by pursuing the loss.

I would go for the shortsale versus the foreclosure anyday.
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Posted 30 June 2007 - 12:00 PM

QUOTE (tbird @ Apr 18 2007, 11:29 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
A short-sale can actually hurt someone in the long run--right??? Is the difference not turned into the IRS as unearned income, which is taxed at a much higher rate??? Most attorneys reccomend against a short sale.
In my work experiance--the majority of mortgage companies hold out until the very last minute and then say that they cannot work anything out.
Sorry---but I deal with this every month. I see too many people that will pay a company hundreds of dollars for nothing.

there are many many ways of helping a home owner I work and specialize in helping a home owner save their home...
most of the time I recieve nothing from it but the gratification of knowing I have helped out someone and that is amazing..




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