Mike O'Neil 941-412-7505, Allison James Estates and Homes, 630 S Orange Ave, Suite 102 Sarasota,FL 34236
Any homeowner that has fallen behind on their payments is considered to be in pre-foreclosure status. Foreclosure can be stopped by catching up your payments, paying off the mortgage, or selling the home. In some cases, a mortgage company may accept less than the amount owed which is considered a short sale. A homeowner may have to provide some type of hardship letter to share with the bank what exactly caused the problem of falling behind.
Normally a homeowner has up until the foreclosure auction sale of the property to stop the foreclosure. If the attorney handling the foreclosure is contacted within the allowed time, a bank may cancel the auction if the home is under contract to be sold, or in some cases even listed with a real estate agent to be sold.
Sell My Florida Home
Bad for the homeowner and the bank
Bank loses a lot
Potential liability for losses
Complete loss of control
There is no cost to you
The bank pays my fees
Negotiation experts work against the bank
You have more control
You can get on with your life
Helping homeowners is
My Passion, My Priviledge, and My Profession.
Call me today, I can help you avoid foreclosure
and get a "green light" on your short sale.
Don't let your home be foreclosed on!
Don't just sit back and let the bank foreclose on your home. Take action and let an experienced agent get your home sold. You may even walk away with a little money in your pocket to help pay for moving expenses or a deposit on a rental.
Short sale your home if necessary. You may qualify for a mortgage in 2-3 years with a short sale. If you allow the bank to foreclose, you could be stuck for 7 years before your can buy a home again.
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Mike O'Neil with Allison James Estates and Homes