Is it Difficult to Rent a Property after You Short Sell your Home?

Hi, my name is Chris Bowers and I am the owner and team leader of the Bowers Team, one of Arizona’s leading short sale teams. I want to talk to you today about the life after a short sale and what goes on after you actually get your short sale approved. I know a lot of people want to know where they are going to go, where they are going to move their family to once the short sale is approved. You really might not be able to make a decision on whether or not you are going to do a short sale until you know what the end result is going to look like.

Pretty much after we get an approval on your property to short sell it, I’m going to get you in contact with one of my agents who is going to get you out there and start looking at rental properties that fit your family’s criteria and budget. Now you might be sitting there thinking that you haven’t been paying your mortgage for five to six months so your credit is really shot. Don’t stress on that too much. We work with a lot of clients in your situation and just think that a lot of people who are renting homes right now were people in your same situation. They might have been underwater in their mortgage and they had to short sell their home. When my agent shows you properties and you find one, he’s going to contact the other realtor and let them know your situation and what you went through and why you are still a good candidate to rent that property.

So if you are considering a short sale, please give us a call today. Again, I’m Chris Bowers with the Bowers Team, Arizona’s leading short sale team and we are here to help. We would love to have a consultation with you and go over all of the steps on the paperwork we will need, what the short sale process will look like and the life after the short sale and how we will get your family into a new home. Please give us a call, we would like to talk about your situation and how we can help. We look forward to hearing from you, have a good day.

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