Selling Your Home
I understand that selling your home can be a stressful time. I’m here to help ease your stress and make the process as
smooth and seamless as possible. You may be downsizing to get some stress out of your life or moving up to a bigger home. You may be facing the uncertainty of a major cross-country move or a global military relocation. Whatever the case, I’m here for you.
The first step that you need to take in selling your home is to understand what it’s worth. Simply give me a call at 301-455-7591 Cell and we can set up a time to get together that suits your schedule. During our visit together, I will determine approximately how much your home would sell for in today’s market. I will then provide you with a written Market Analysis which will outline my findings.
Beginning with your free Market Analysis of your home, let me help you turn the page to the next exciting chapter of your life!
To help you through the process from start to finish, here are some links to FREE documents you can view or print to help us plan your Remarkable selling experience. THE ORIGINAL SITE HAS BROKEN LINKS.
I would be happy to provide you with a free, no obligation home value report of your home. Simply enter your street address, email and contact information below and you will receive the report via email or mail within 24 hours!
This is just one way that I try to go above and beyond to make things better and easier for you!
If you are having trouble paying your mortgage and in danger of foreclosure, a short sale can be the solution to your problem. But there are many things to consider before selling your home as a short sale. By definition, a short sale is one in which the proceeds of the sale of the property are less than the outstanding mortgage owed against the property. The lien holder (the mortgage company) must agree to have the property listed as a short sale, but this agreement does not automatically equate to the lien holder releasing the remaining debt. So selling your property for less than its outstanding debt may still leave you in debt. Additionally, you may owe taxes against the deficiency.
A short sale is an alternative to foreclosure and may be an option if:
- You are ineligible to refinance or modify your mortgage
- You are facing a long-term hardship
- You are behind on your mortgage payments
- You owe more on your home than it’s worth
- You have not been able to sell your home at a price that covers what you still owe on your mortgage
- You can no longer afford your home and are ready or need to leave
Learn more about the differences between foreclosure and short sales in Foreclosure vs. Short Sale Explanation
Is your home is not selling in this market? I have a solution to making that mortgage payment. Get a tenant in your home that will help you ride out the market to a better time to sell.