I started in real estate initially as one interested in helping people in foreclosure. I've helped many people that wanted to sell their home by buying it quickly, negotiating with the bank, and selling it to an end buyer, allowing for a “fresh start”. I have a great track record in working with the banks. If you are in need of assistance, possibly behind in mortgage payments, please call me. I would love to talk with you.
Realizing that buying or selling a home is one of the most important decisions you will ever have to face, I am here to provide you with the peace of mind and confidence that only a real estate professional can bring to the process.
If you are looking for a Realtor to list and sell your home, negotiating the shortsale with your mortgage company, call a Realtor who welcomes the challenge. If you are thinking about selling your home by shortsale, list your home with a realtor that has a lot of experience in getting shortsales approved and closed. I have several years of experience in shortsale negotiations and a very successful track record. *Click Here to see what my customers have to say about their experience with me as their Realtor.*
Why would the bank consider accepting less than what they are owed? If there is a legitimate reason that the homeowner is behind in payments and are not able to catch them up, the bank will consider a shortsale. When people abandon the house it puts the bank more at risk and make it succeptible to vandalism, moisture or mold damage, break ins, and theft. Often times it just makes sense for the bank. If the house becomes a bank owned home, the bank has added expenses to secure the home and get it ready for sale, hire a realtor to sell it, oftentimes at lower price than what they would have accepted as a shortsale.
Do you think you can't afford to list your house or pay a realtor? Realtor commissions are included in the negotiations with the bank. The bank actually pays my realtor commission out of the money that they receive out of the sale of the house.
Stephanie LeFew is not associated with the government, and my service is not approved by the government or your lender. Even if you accept this offer and use our service, your lender may not agree to change your loan. If you stop paying your mortgage, you could lose your home and damage your credit rating.