There are other options available:
- Short Sale
- Forbearance or Re-Payment Plan
- Sell the Property
- Rent the Property
- Mortgage Modification
- Deed-in-Lieu of Foreclosure
- Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA)
How a Short Sale Works
A short sale is when the homeowner owes an amount on his property that, combined with closing costs and commission, is higher than current market value.
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A short sale occurs when the homeowner’s mortgage company or companies agree to accept less than the full balance of the loan at closing. A buyer closes on the property and it is “sold short”. For a lending institution to accept a short sale, the homeowner must demonstrate financial hardship, which is a material change in his financial situation that affects the ability to pay the mortgage.
Examples of hardships include:
- Loss of job or reduced income
- Business failure or too much debt
- Damage to property
- Death of a spouse or family member
- Severe illness
- Divorce or separation
- Mandatory job relocation
- Medical bills
- Military service
- Payment increase or mortgage adjustment
- Insurance or tax increase
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