Michaels is unrelenting about developing various online tools, resources and kits to help property owners benefit from short sales. Her latest release is a new, 2013 short sale kit can now be downloaded for free at:
The kit is loaded with short sale help information, Cash for Keys materials, eligibility surveys, as well as an organizer with the forms necessary to start the short sale process with any lender.
“Banks have come out and started saying that 2013 will be the year ‘free rent’ ends. Bank of America, for example, recently announced they will be pursuing foreclosures on any loan more than ninety days past due. If you’re more than 90 days past due on your mortgage, it is in your best interest to start your short sale immediately. I recommend interested parties download a free short sale kit and make an appointment so we can get the process started,” says Michaels.
Too often, Michaels says she hears of property owners ignoring mail about their past due mortgage only to miss out on the benefits available to them. “The best benefits of a short sale almost always go to those who start the process as early as possible,” says Michaels.
“The options available to property owners are better than ever. Lenders realize how much foreclosures cost, and increasingly favor short sales and other alternatives over letting a home go to foreclosure. Lenders are more willing than ever to work with home owners,” said Michaels.
Call 702-546-6432 to speak with a Las Vegas short sale agent.
Tania Michaels is a CDPE® certified Las Vegas short sale agent. Considered an expert short sale closer by her peers and colleagues, Las Vegas real estate owners may also benefit from her experience in the residential and land sector which allows her to offer insight from the vantage point of an all-around insider.
For legal or tax advice, home owners should contact an attorney or a CPA. Focus Commercial Group is not associated with the government.
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