What Kind Of Hardship Do I Need To Short Sale My Home?

Hello my name is Chris Bowers with the Bowers Team here in Arizona. We are Arizona short sale specialists, so if you are struggling with foreclosure or would like to get out of your home, please give us a call.

What I would like to talk about today is hardships when it comes to doing a short sale your property. I know you may have heard this a lot, especially if you’ve been researching short sales online. How do you do a short sale in Arizona? What has to happen is you have to have a hardship; you have to be able to explain to the bank why they’re not getting the full amount of the payoff.

There are a lot of different types of hardships. Many of the hardships we see are job loss, job relocation, divorce, needing a new school district for your child, needing to upsize or downsize or your home is severely underwater; there are a lot of different things that could be a hardship. What I would like you to do is give the Bowers Team a call at 623.266.1939 and explain your situation to us and who your mortgage company is. We’ll more than likely be able to pinpoint what your hardship is and help you with a short sale.

If you would like more information on your property value or would like to know just how underwater you are before contacting us, try out the short sale calculator on our website, TheBowersTeam.biz. If you enter in your property address and some basic mortgage information such as remaining principal amount, monthly mortgage payment and interest rate, the short sale calculator will email you a report detailing how long it will take before your home is an asset again as well as how much money it’ll cost you to get there. From here you can determine whether or not a short sale is the right choice for your financial situation. It’s a really helpful tool that a lot of homeowners in Arizona are taking advantage of, so I’d like to encourage you to check it out as well.

Again, I’d like to thank you for joining us and we look forward to helping you with your short sale.

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