Murrieta Short Sales

Short Selling Your Murrieta Home 

A short sale is an option you may want to consider if you cannot afford your current home loan, are not able to get a loan modification and you are concerned that your home may go into foreclosure. In a short sale, you would get your lender’s approval to sell your home for less than you owe on your home loan.

While a short sale may be an option you may want to consider, you need to be aware that there will be a negative impact on your credit, however it may be less than if your home went to foreclosure. Typically, you would qualify for a short sale if you have a qualified hardship, such as a job loss or divorce, owe more than your house is worth, unable to afford your current home loan and unable to modify your current home loan.

Selling your Murrieta  home requires the approval of the lender(s) and they all must agree. Because your would be selling your home for less than what you owe, you are not allowed to receive any money as a result of the sale. 

Murrieta  Short Sales

You can take a look at distressed properties currently available in 
Murrieta  by visiting 
Murrieta  Short Sale and Bank Owned Property.

Murrieta  Short Sale Team

We’re here to help. Team Olsewski has a dedicated team of experienced Short Sale experts to negotiate with the banks on your behalf. Members of Team have been awarded the Partner First-Short Sale and HAFA certification from NAR. We continue our education as being a member of the Keller Williams Short Sale Insiders Group

To find out more detailed information about how to avoid a 
Murrieta  foreclosure, the effect it can have on you and your family, other options that may be available to you and determine if you qualify for a short sale, Click Here to contact Team Olsewski, Short Sale Experts, or you can contact Team Olsewski for a confidential consultation at (951) 506-5744. Your information will be held in strict confidence.

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