10 Questions You Should Ask About Florida Short Sales
Are you looking for answers on how to proceed with a Florida Short Sale. . . KEEP READING!
Over the last few years, our title company has orchestrated closed over 650 short sales. In the course of our work with sellers, realtors and lenders, we have heard hundreds of questions related to short sales.
In order to help you prepare for your short sale, I have memorialized the most frequently asked and pressing questions we have received from people just like you who must sell their property but who owe much more than the property is worth.
With each question, I have included analysis of the issue and the best answer I can generally give. However, this eBook is not intended to provide legal advice and should not be relied on as such.
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In no uncertain terms should this eBook be a substitute for independent legal or tax counsel. Indeed, I encourage everyone who is considering a short sale to discuss these issues and others with appropriate counsel before making any decisions.
The short sale process is full of difficult issues and potentially frustrating answers. I am not going to sugarcoat anything. This discussion is not meant to scare you in any way whatsoever or to dissuade you from considering a short sale. Rather, it is intended to present to you the potential outcomes from your short sale so that you may use that information to make informed decisions about your future.
Whatever you do, keep reading. Don’t put it down out of fear.
The best advice I can offer is to tell you to consider all of the facts and all of the possibilities so that you can decide, given the worst case scenarios, from day one whether a short sale is right for you.
All the best,
Chris Black , Esq.
Winged Foot Title, LLC.
Serving Fort Myers, Cape Coral and Naples, Florida.
Winged Foot Tite, LLC is not associated with the government, and our [short sale orchestration] service is not approved by the government or your lender. Even if you accept this offer and use our service, your lender may not agree to change your loan.