Are you or somebody you know upside down?
If you owe more than your home is worth, a successful Short Sale can provide you
with debt relieve, mortgage forgiveness and relocation money. Our service is free
to sellers in distress.
In a Successful Short Sale...
- Avoid Foreclosure
- Lender accepts less than the full balance due...
... and forgives the difference!
- You may qualify for $3,000 HAFA relocation money
- Significantly reduce the impact on your credit
- No Deficiency Judgment - No Back Taxes
Start Over in less time
Our Service is Free to Sellers in Distress
Eddie Stocker's fulltime professional Short Sale Department helps you to succeed
where others fail.
Over 95% Success - Experience Counts !
The Short Sale Department's negotiation through the lender's loss mitigation department
will be a key factor for success and getting your deal approved. Our certified negotiators
have established powerful relationships with many banks.
Take your first step today
Please don't hesitate and contact Eddie Stocker, we're here to help you prevent
Call Eddie Stocker 310-210-622 or Contact
a Free Confidential Consultation
Short Sale Example
If a mortgage is $1.000,000, but the home is worth $750,000, it is $250,000 short.
The lender may approve a $750,000 short sale, accepting the net proceeds. That would
wipe out all mortgage debt, lender would pay off property taxes, dues and closing
costs. Seller may even qualify for $3,000 HAFA relocation money.
Short Sale Explained
Short Sales allow the cash-strapped seller to repay the mortgage at the price that
the home sells for, even though it is lower than what is owed on the property. With
plummeting property values, this can save many people from foreclosure and even
bankruptcy. More and more lenders are willing to consider short sales because they
are much less costly than foreclosures. The Short Sale process is complex, but we'll
fight for you and it can be done!
After listing your home for sale Eddie Stocker and his RE/MAX Team will aggressively
marked the home to qualified buyers. The Short Sale Department will work with you
and contact the Bank's Loss Mitigation Department to start the process. As
soon as an offer has been accepted, the Short Sale Department negotiates with your
bank. Utilizing their expertise, the goal is to reduce your loan balance to match
the offer and approve the Short Sale. This process requires every party of the Short
Sale to be working toward the end result simultaneously. Extensive paperwork and
phone work is required. The Short Sale Department's job is to coordinate all aspects
of the short sale. Let them work with your bank for you while you get back on track.