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Oct
28

How Long Will It Take To Foreclose?

The best answer is that it depends. In Arizona, we typically use what is called a deed of trust. The deed of trust is also commonly referred to as a mortgage. In a deed of trust, the lender has two options to foreclose. The first option is almost unheard of. It is called a judicial foreclosure. The bank files a lawsuit and works through the court system. This option takes several months and creates lots...
Oct
28

Are Their Credit Consequences To A Short Sale?

The simple answer to this question is yes. However, this question doesn’t really have a simple answer. There are a number of factors that go into a credit score. Just like any other account that you may miss payments on, this will affect your credit score. However, when the sale of your home is complete, your credit score can start to improve because you will not have the missed payments. The...
Oct
26

Who Can We Help With A Short Sale?

There are basically four groups of people that we help with short sales. However, it is important to note that if you don’t find yourself within one of these groups, please contact us and we can discuss your specific situation. The first group of people are those that might have lost their job, have medical bills or other finacial hardships that has caused them to miss payments. The second group we...
Oct
26

What is a Short Sale?

A short sale, simply put, is when a someone wants or needs to sell a home, but the home is not currently worth what is owed. The owner can’t or won’t bring cash to closing to make up the difference. We are commonly asked what it takes to qualify for a short sale. Contrary to popular belief, it is not very difficult to qualify. If you owe more than your home is worth, the odds are that you...
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