In need of Plymouth Mn short sale help? If you are looking to buy or have the need for help selling your home as a Plymouth Mn Short Sale then you have found the right place. Short sales are every where these days. Simply put the home is worth less than what is owed. Many times the homeowners are behind on payments and cannot sell the home for what they need to get out of it.
A short sale is a fantastic option to selling the home and starting off on the road to recovery for many people but not all people.
Nate Berg has been specializing in short sales since he began in real estate in 2003. Nate has worked with dozens of lenders and seen many different situations with his clients and their unique situations and needs. All short sales are not created equally and neither are the agents that work on them.
When choosing an agent for your Plymouth Mn short sale, you need to make sure you are choosing the right agent from the start. Getting a second chance with a short sale does not happen. The agent must prove to you, their experience, they must have references from past short sale clients and be able to tell you their closing percentage of all short sales they have listed.
Nate Berg is an expert at short sales and foreclosed properties and has the experience to back it up over and over again. He has dealt with short sales very creatively and has a time proven track record of success. Most importantly he does not charge you a penny up front, his commissions are paid for by the bank when the deal is approved. The average client brings $500 or less to account for closing costs the lenders will not pay for on your behalf, close their deal, settle their debt with the lender(s) and move on with life. Nate always tries to get every bank to pay 100% of the costs.
For those of you with a second mortgage you must remember this debt is a personal debt, meaning walking away and letting the banks foreclosure is a death sentence to you and your credit and possibly your income. Second lenders are becoming more and more aggressive with borrowers who walk away. If this debt is not settled in a short sale or by some other means they can and will sue your for the balance owed which could result in wage garnishment. By attempting your Plymouth MN short sale you have nothing to lose and have peace of mind that you tried to do the right thing and settle up with the banks even if it does not sell.
If you want a free no pressure consult about your options to sell your home as a Plymouth MN short sale then contact Nate today. For more information about short sales and to send Nate your specific details visit here.
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It has been happening for months and is one big reason why the Minneapolis St Paul housing market has seen a positive response, from the sellers perspective, this year. A low housing inventory in MN has caused the prices to stabilize and even appreciate this past year. Buyers this means the market has hit bottom and in fact is on a slow mends.
Sellers are beginning to see some fair play in the marketplace as more and more buyers are having to compete for fewer homes. Rates remain low and is helping but banks are still hanging onto their money tightly. Let me rephrase banks are holding onto our money tightly. The money they used to bail themselves out and make billions from doing so. Corporate greed is at all time highs and bankers should be ashamed of themselves.
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