Can The Lender Sue Me After A Short Sale?

This is a great question. This is also a question is answered with lots of myths, confusion, and bad information. You need to speak with a qualified attorney on this matter. The state of Arizona has limited deficiency protection. Odds are very high that you qualify under the state’s deficiency statutes. However, you should speak with an attorney that specializes in contract law within the state of...

Why Would A Bank Do A Short Sale?

This is actually an easy question to answer. The simple answer is money. While the bank is taking a loss on the short sale, the loss is typically 10% – 40% less than what they would lose if they were to foreclose on your property. A short sale is simply about the bank losing less...

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...
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