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Should I stay or should I go? Short Sale Sellers ask themselves.

So much is being said about Short Sales that the Short Sale here in South Florida continues to be feared, yet it shouldn’t.

A Short Sale is an Option; simple as that. It is the distressed Seller’s option to avoid foreclosure. Whatever the reason for being under financial stress, a Short Sale can provide great relief when done right. Done right, is important to remember.

We all know of someone who lost a job, had wages reduced, current expenses increased when living paycheck to paycheck, mounting medical bills piled up, went through a divorce or worse yet lost a loved one. Any of these circumstances can throw anyone off track. Denial can be a huge part of someones lives when faced with these circumstances just hoping that they’ll wake up the next day and it will have all been just a nightmare. It’s understandable, who wants to face up to the fact that this could be happening to them; it’s not easy.

At one point, the distressed Seller realizes that they need to make a decision that goes beyond “Should I stay or should I go?” as it’s likely they don’t have the choice as it’s being realized that they need to go. Now what?

Are you a candidate for a Short Sale here in South Florida? This is your basis for beginning a Short Sale. Find out. I have been blessed in being able to help distressed Sellers avoid foreclosure by selling their home in Coral Springs and other South Florida cities as a Short Sale; it’s what I do as a Short Sale Specialist. It’s very rewarding, in fact. I’ve made customers for life after helping them to avoid foreclosure. Call me now 954-464-1100 and don’t let another day pass by as I can help you by selling your home as a Short Sale.

 
 

 

 

 
 

  

 
 
 
 
 

 

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Keller Williams Partners Realty is not associated with the government and our services have not been approved by the government or your Lender. If you stop paying your mortgage you could lose your home and damage your credit. Your Lender may not agree to the change of your loan and/or a Short Sale.With a Short Sale, there are no guarantees offered and we cannot provide legal advice. Seek legal advice. 



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