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Folsom-El Dorado Hills Short Sales: How To Look At A Short Sale From The Lender’s Perspective

said October 31st, 2013 Leave A Comment John Hayes

John Hayes Folsom, CA Real Estate

Folsom-El Dorado Hills CA – The Stop Foreclosure Institute received a few responses from yesterday’s blog post. Most of the questions went something like this. "I think a lender would be stupid to approve an investment property short sale for a wealthy person. If I was the lender I would sue them for the loss. Jan.” The bottom line is that people didn’t think a lender would allow a wealthy person to walk away from the debt on an investment property. Here are...

9729 Sorrena Way, Elk Grove, CA 95757

said October 29th, 2013 Leave A Comment John Hayes

John Hayes Folsom, CA Real Estate

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El Dorado Hills Short Sales: How To Publicize Your Lender’s Failings

said October 28th, 2013 Leave A Comment John Hayes

John Hayes Folsom, CA Real Estate

El Dorado Hills CA – If you get annoyed at your bank, then here are a few methods you can use to let the world know about your lender's failings. One technique is a rip off report. Just put all the information onto www.ripoffreport.com. Just be sure to detail stuff that will hurt them. You will want to put the CEO’s name into your report. You can also put down keywords like "Lender Name Loan." When someone searches Google for your lender’s...

Who Benefits From A El Dorado Hills Short Sale?

said October 15th, 2013 Leave A Comment John Hayes

John Hayes Folsom, CA Real Estate

El Dorado Hills CA – Even though lenders pretend to hate short sales, they actually benefit from short sales. Let me explain why. A lender gets to sell the house at today's price, versus what it will be worth 6-12 months down the road. We just did a comparison and pulled up sold listings. All of the listings were the same, very comparable, and located in 3 similar, comparable neighborhoods. All were less than 2 miles apart. First, we looked up the average...

Trying To Short Sale Your El Dorado Hills Home, But Worried The Lender Might Foreclose On It First? Try This.

said October 9th, 2013 Leave A Comment John Hayes

John Hayes Folsom, CA Real Estate

El Dorado Hills CA – Short sales can drag out. It takes 1-2 months to sell the house. Then, the short sale negotiations start. They can drag out for 3-6 months. In the meantime, if you aren’t paying on the mortgage, then the lender will be trying to foreclose on the house. Here is a tactic you can use to delay the foreclosure process and even stop a foreclosure sale. Here is a story from Alberto where he explains what to...

A Common Folsom- El Dorado Hills Short Sale Marketing Mistake: Not Marketing Your Home To Their Buyers

said October 7th, 2013 Leave A Comment John Hayes

John Hayes Folsom, CA Real Estate

Folsom-El Dorado Hills CA – Here is a story that illustrates this point. An agent I know was hired to sell a 30 acre tract of land. Several months earlier they had spoken with a buyer that was looking for a similar property. However, the buyer had said they were looking for something closer into town. So the agent never told them about the 30 acres. Another agent did tell them about it. They notified the buyers about the property and they decided...

A Common El Dorado Hills Short Sale Marketing Mistake: Not Following Up On Showings

said October 2nd, 2013 Leave A Comment John Hayes

John Hayes Folsom, CA Real Estate

El Dorado Hills CA – When another agent brings a buyer to look at your home your realtor should follow up afterwards. They need to get feedback on what the buyer thought of your home. If the buyer liked your home, then they will ask if they are thinking of making an offer. Maybe the buyer likes your home, but won't make an offer for some reason. They want something repaired, or they have a concern about something. Your realtor can then...

A Common Misconception: Buyers Don’t Like Folsom- El Dorado Hills Short Sales

said September 30th, 2013 Leave A Comment John Hayes

John Hayes Folsom, CA Real Estate

El Dorado Hills CA – A lot of agents think buyers don’t like short sales. This is not true. In fact, many buyers prefer foreclosures and short sales over normal homes on the market. They know that they are more likely to buy a home at a fair price when they buy a short sale. We never have a problem getting buyers interested in our short sale listings. We have even had buyers fight over certain short sales. In one instance, we received...

A Common El Dorado Hills Short Sale Marketing Mistake: Not Using the MLS Properly

said September 27th, 2013 Leave A Comment John Hayes

John Hayes Folsom, CA Real Estate

El Dorado Hills CA – This MLS Mistake could cause the right buyer to never look at your home in the first place. The Multiple Listing Service (MLS) is the first place an agent representing a buyer is going to look for homes for sale. (The Multiple Listing Service, which I will call MLS for short, is the database of homes for sale that all realtors in a certain area share. When an agent has a buyer and their own homes for...

El Dorado Hills Short Sale Question: How Is Short Selling A Rental Different From Your Personal House?

said September 22nd, 2013 Leave A Comment John Hayes

John Hayes Folsom, CA Real Estate

El Dorado Hills CA – The Stop Foreclosure Institute recently received a question from Brett. Here was Brett's question. "How is the short sale process different for a homeowner versus a rental property? Is the owner of a rental property more likely to have a deficiency judgment and/or be taxed on the deficiency than a someone short selling their own home? Brett." Here was our answer to Brett's question. Yes, short selling a rental property is much different. (The scenarios below are for...