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Do you want to know what your home is worth in today™s Shifted market?
If you, your family or friends are looking for refinancing strategies, tips for a quick sale or information on purchasing a home, I invite you to call me for valuable information on today™s ever changing real estate market.
If you, your family or friends are facing a current or future financial hardship the www.BaltimoreShortSaleTeam.com can help please contact me Aaron Rice, Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE). 443-244-0051.
Are you facing a financial hardship?
4-Temporary Loan Relief Alternatives
1. Forbearance is an agreement to temporarily let you pay less than the full amount of your mortgage payment, or pay nothing at all, during the forbearance period. Mortgage companies may consider forbearance when you can show that funds from a bonus, tax refund, or other source will let you bring the mortgage current at a specific time in the future.
2. A reinstatement occurs when you pay your mortgage company the total amount you are behind, in a lump sum, by a specific date. This is often combined with forbearance.
3. A repayment plan is an agreement that gives you a fixed amount of time to repay the amount you are behind by combining a portion of what is past due with your regular monthly payment. At the end of the repayment period you have gradually paid back the amount of your mortgage that was delinquent.
4. A loan modification is a written agreement between you and your mortgage company that permanently changes one or more of the original terms of your note to make the payments more affordable. Common loan modifications include
Adding missed payments to the existing loan balance
Making an adjustable-rate mortgage into a fixed-rate mortgage
Extending the number of years you have to repay
4-Permanent Loan Relief Alternatives
1. Assumption permits a buyer who qualifies with the existing lender to take over your mortgage debt and pay the mortgage payments, even if the mortgage is non-assumable. As a result, you may be able to sell your property and avoid foreclosure.
2. Short Sale if you can sell your house but the sale proceeds are less than the total amount you owe on your mortgage, your mortgage company may agree to a short payoff and then write off the portion of your mortgage that exceeds the net proceeds from the sale.
3. Deed-In-Lieu of Foreclosure your mortgage company may agree to a deed-in-lieu of foreclosure if you agree to voluntarily transfer title of your property to your mortgage company in exchange for cancellation of your mortgage debt. In most cases, you must attempt to sell your home for its fair market value for at least 90 days before a mortgage company will consider this option. This option may be unavailable if there are other liens on your home, such as judgments from other creditors, second mortgages, or tax liens.
4. Foreclosure a legal process in which a lender takes the title or forces the sale of a property as a result of the borrower™s failure to comply with the terms and conditions of the mortgage.
We believe that a Short Sale is the last option that a homeowner
has before foreclosure.
Preserving homeownership & homeowner equity is always the
Legal & Tax Advice
Sellers are advised to obtain legal advice regarding the advisability and terms of any short sale agreement with creditor(s) and professional tax advice regarding the tax implications of any such sale.
This process will result in the loss of your home.
Aaron Rice, CDPE, CRS, GRI, SHS
Baltimore Home Team
Keller Williams Realty
3301 Boston St. Suite 200
Baltimore, MD 21224