Palm Beach County Sellers - Thinking of doing a short sale?

Are you wondering what you should do with your underwater home?  Do you have equity in your home?  Your short sale team has the information that you need in order to make decisions. 

So you're still reading so it appears like a short sale might be a good option.  As your real estate agents in Palm Beach County, we know that there are usually two different short sale clients.  Those that are late on their mortgage payment and need help to avoid foreclosure on the Palm Beach County or Martin County home and those that are current and need solutions to help with their underwater home.  The Treu Group, your short sale agents can assist you both.  There is a different approach and strategy.  The good news is that our Palm Beach Short Sale and Marketing Process gets us a 90% success rate. So it is ok, there is help and hope with The Treu Group.

So let’s go over some basics of what you need to know before you do a short sale on your Palm Beach County and Martin County home.

What is a short sale?  
The basics of a short sale is so simple, however it is not easy. In fact, it takes a high level of expertise to get a short sale to closing table. By definition a short sale is simply when you owe more than your home is worth and you don’t have the money to pay the difference.

Should I short sale my Palm Beach County home or my Martin County home?
One of the biggest reasons clients hire us is because we want to help. We have the experience and compassion to help you through this process. We don’t come from a place of judgment. After you speak with us, you will know you are in good hands. We will be by your side along the way.

Who qualifies for a short sale?
A short sale is a really good option for those Palm Beach homeowners that have a hardship. What is a hardship? Someone that has lost a job, has had an illness, divorce, decrease in income, the list could go on and on.  If you are robbing Peter to pay Paul, are cashing out your retirement account or are living off of credit cards, let us help you.  Don't let your Palm Beach County home drown you.  You deserve peace.

If I do a short sale on my Palm Beach or Martin County home, when can I buy another home?
There is life after a short sale.  This is one of the most often asked questions that we receive.  First it depends on several factors.  I will give you a good ball park answer, 2-3 years.  Having done so many short sales, we have helped many clients come full circle.  First we helped them with the short sale, and then we helped their family buy their new home.

Do you have more questions about Palm Beach County short sales?  We have more information about Palm Beach or Martin County Short Sales.  Or of course, your Palm Beach County short sale agents are just a phone call away.

So what is next?  Call 561-352-3056, your Short Sale team to see how we can help you too.