A short sale is a little different from a foreclosure. This is actually in the pre-foreclosure time period. A short sale is where the lender has agreed to accept less than the total amount due on the loan. This is not a decision that the owner can make, it is the decision of the bank. If you are considering listing your property as a short sale you will need to contact your lender and speak with them first to ensure that they will accept a short sale.
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Contact one of our professionals to find out how we can help you avoid foreclosure with a short sale. We have already helped many of our clients in successfully closing their property through short sales.
Well-maintained and two-bedroom ocean view unit. This unit is the larger 2 bedroom model. The kitchen features a breakfast bar with granite counter tops and stainless-ste...
Listing courtesy of Century 21 The Harrelson Group , John Lindstrand.
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Listing courtesy of Ocean Front Guru Real Estate , Bradley Bennett.
Two bedroom two bathroom split floor plan with two ocean view balconies and is conveniently located on the first floor. This is the closest to the ocean of the two bedro...
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Southern Shores , Lori Harper.
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