Let The Bank Just Have My Palm Beach County Home
Why should I avoid foreclosure?
Just let the bank have your house. It is not that easy if you care about your long term financial future. Many of our clients have thought about just letting the bank have the house. Why? Most of the time it is out of frustration. We have had clients say that they are mailing them the keys. It might feel good for a moment however does it really make sense? Actually letting your home go into foreclosure without attempting to avoid it most likely isn't a good idea. It is best to minimize the impact of a distressful situation. The pleasure in the moment could actually cause long term consequences so let's look at other ways to avoid foreclosure. When you are looking for solutions to deal with your underwater home, good quality information is key from a short sale team that is here to help you.
What are the differences between a short sale and a foreclosure? Does it really matter if you let your home be foreclosed? I would say yes it matters what you do now. With a short sale, it is more like getting into an accident in your car in a parking lot, a bit of damage however not a huge deal. Where as a foreclosure is more like getting into an accident on an interstate. There is much more damage. We have more of the big differences and we have more information for you comparing what is best for you. Does a short sale or foreclosure on your Palm Beach County or Martin County home makes sense? Of course, every situation is different so your short sale team is here to help you find out what is best for your personal situation. Your short sale team in Palm Beach County and Martin County are here to help you.
Why The Treu Group? Your short sale real estate team has a division to help Palm Beach County and Martin County homeowners avoid foreclosure. We know how to guide you through the process of avoiding foreclosure on your home. The success of avoiding foreclosure takes experience, knowledge and determination and we are honored to put all three of these to work for you. Take a look at what others say about The Treu Group, your Palm Beach County and Martin County real estate agents.
How long will it take you to be back in an equity position on your Palm Beach County or Martin County home? You need good information to make the best decisions about selling your Palm Beach County home.
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Listing information last updated on September 25th, 2017 at 2:52pm EDT.