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Our Short Sale Specialists will complete your Orlando Short Sale with no IRS lien, Deficiency Judgment, or Promissory Note against you… GUARANTEED!
Cash Back To Sellers
Through various “Cash For Keys” type programs that are available such as HAFA and others, our skilled Short Sale Negotiators work hard to get our clients cash back. We’ve been able to get our clients anywhere from $3.000.00 to $20,000.00 back at closing depending upon what programs we were able to qualify them for. We will then work with you to fix your credit.
Why do sellers hire “Orlando Realty Consultants” over the competition? Simple… They make more money!
What’s a Short Sale? A Short sale is a pre-foreclosure arrangement between a homeowner and their lender, where the lender will allow the owner to sell a property for less than the amount of the current mortgage balance because the property is no longer worth what it once was.
By completing a short sale using a short sale agent, homeowners can walk away from their properties without having a foreclosure reported on their credit – all while having their mortgage debt completely forgiven by the lender.
Do you currently owe more on your property than what it’s worth?
You may be able to walk away from your property without having a foreclosure on your record, and without owing the bank anything. You can relieve yourself of the bad investment, the stress, and the burden. Consult a highly experienced short-sale realtor to discuss a game plan that will meet your needs.
What are the Benefits to the Seller of doing a Short Sale with our company?
Why would my bank agree to a Short Sale?
Banks are in the money business not the foreclosed real estate business. Taking a homeowner through the foreclosure process can take a long time and is expensive. Also, banks know that even if they do take the house to foreclosure if it does sell they will still be taking a loss. Most lenders realize… why not do a short sale and save all that time and money?
What documents will I in order need to process the short sale?
The documents needed to complete a short sale are different for every lender, but in general, the seller will need a hardship letter, a valid purchase contract, and a preliminary HUD-1 settlement statement. The lender may also require more financial information from the seller, including bank statements, paycheck stubs, and personal financial statements. Depending on the lender, a monthly budget assessment may also be required.
The financial hardship the borrower has experienced should be recent. If the borrower is guilty of fraudulent borrowing, the lender will not be sympathetic. If, however, the borrower has been a victim of predatory lending, they may be able to convince the lender to approve the short sale.
Need short sale help?
Contact us for a free consultation to see if you qualify for a Short Sale.
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