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 How To Short Sale Your Home In Las Vegas, Nevada

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 Are You Or Someone You Know:

• Behind on Mortgage Payments?
• Having To Sell Their Home But Can’t?
• Experiencing: A Job Loss, Reduction in Income, Medical Issue, Loss of Spousal Support, Relocating?
• Feeling Overwhelmed By All Of The Above?

The clock in the foreclosure process starts once you miss a loan payment. You receive important notices from the lender generally between 30 and 90 days after you miss a payment. First is a notice of default, or official notice you've broken your mortgage agreement. Next is a notice of acceleration, asking for full payment to avoid foreclosure. Finally comes the notice of foreclosure. 

What Is A Short Sale?

A Short Sale Is When A Underwater Homeowner Sells Their House For Less Than What Is Owed On Their Mortgage.

There Are Four Parties Involved In The Short Sale Process: 

The Seller, The Buyer, The Bank(s) or Servicing Company(s) Who Service The Loan And The Investor Who Has Financially Backed The Loan. 

Sometimes The Servicer And The Investor Are The Same, But Rarely, 

In Some Cases There Is A Fifth Entity - A Mortgage Insurance Company. 

Your Stakes Are High As A Borrower - It's Important To Know The Rules and Options!

The Mortgage Debt Relief Act Was Extended Through 12-31-2014

Our Primary Goal Is To Ensure You Are Not Liable For The Remaining Loan Balance At The Completion Of The Short Sale!

After The Mortgage Debt Relief Act Ends, Ask Your Accountant To File IRS Form 982: Reduction of Tax Re Cancelled Debt That Qualifies For Exclusion From Gross Income; For Cancellation Of Qualified Principal Residence Indebtedness That You Exclude From Income!

Call 702-677-8796 Today, Don't Delay!

Preventing Foreclosures One Home At A Time

Short Sales Loan Modification Foreclosure Prevention

US Treasury Interview with Laurie Maggiano, Home Ownership Preservation Office Policy Director

Making Home Affordable is a government program that offers qualified customers with eligible accounts options to avoid foreclosure. These options include modifying your account to a more affordable monthly payment by lowering the interest rate, extending the repayment term, etc., as well as help for homeowners who have recently become unemployed, have had to relocate, lost spouse, etc. There are also special modification programs available if your account is a qualified second lien account.  If you cannot or prefer not to stay in your home, the program offers options to short sale your home.  

Foreclosure vs. Short Sale Report

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Linda Strasberg, Certified Short Sales Specialist 

Las Vegas Homes Sales & Real Estate Marketing Specialist

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 How To Short Sale Your Home In Las Vegas, Nevada, Las Vegas Short Sale Specialist, Certified Las Vegas Short Sale Specialist, closing Las Vegas Short Sales, Linda Strasberg, the mortgage debt relief act

 

 

 How To Short Sale Your Home In Las Vegas, Nevada, Las Vegas Short Sale Specialist, Certified Las Vegas Short Sale Specialist, closing Las Vegas Short Sales, Linda Strasberg, the mortgage debt relief act

 How To Short Sale Your Home In Las Vegas, Nevada, Las Vegas Short Sale Specialist, Certified Las Vegas Short Sale Specialist, closing Las Vegas Short Sales, Linda Strasberg, the mortgage debt relief act

 How To Short Sale Your Home In Las Vegas, Nevada, Las Vegas Short Sale Specialist, Certified Las Vegas Short Sale Specialist, closing Las Vegas Short Sales, Linda Strasberg, the mortgage debt relief act