Stamford Short Sale
Stamford short sale occurs when a property is sold for less than the total debt owed on the property. Stamford short sales must be approved by the lenders and borrowers requesting a short sale must prove a hardship such as a mortgage payment increase, job loss, divorce, excessive debt, forced or unplanned relocation. Our short sale team has a high success rate on approvals from the banks and closed short sales in Stamford, CT 06831, 06870, 06901, 06902, 06903, 06904, 06905, 06906, 06907, 06910, 06911, 06912, 06913, 06914, 06920, 06921, 06922, 06925, 06926, 06927, 06928, Greenwich, Darien, Norwalk, New Canaan, Wilton, Weston, Ridgefield, Westport, Fairfield, Trumbull, Bridgeport, Stratford, and Milford, Connecticut. By doing a short sale, we simply suggest that you can sell your undervalued home to another home buyer with the approval of your financial institution. If the amount owed to the financial institution happens to be greater than the amount you will actually get, in case you sell your home, after that the best decision would be to do so. If the bank consents to a Stamford short sale, you can sell your home to a home buyer at its decreased value as well as obtain the balance crossed out by the financial institution. Usually, the financial institution crosses out your balance from its account. The sum not paid by you shall be revealed as revenue in your accounts by the bank.