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Short Sales – A Step-by-Step Process

Currently, there are 50 sale contracts pending on Anna Maria Island.  Of those, almost 50% (24 out of 50) are either short sales or bank-owned properties.

If you are either the buyer or seller in a short sale or a buyer in a bank-owned property, please allow Bark & Company, Inc. to provide you with professional guidance and the most up-to-date information available.
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By James Kimmons
About.com Guide

Real estate investors can frequently make very profitable purchases of real estate through a short sale. Many short sales do not get approved or fall through for a variety of reasons.

Learn here the step-by-step process to initiate a short sale, starting with the homeowner-borrower and moving through lender negotiations to the closing.

1. The Property Valuation Analysis for a Short Sale

Short sales will not work if there is sufficient equity in the home for the lender to sell it and at least break even in a foreclosure.

The homeowner must be “upside-down” in their loan. Learn how to determine if this is the case.estate investors can frequently make very profitable purchases of real estate through a short sale.

Many short sales do not get approved or fall through for a variety of reasons. Learn here the step-by-step process to initiate a short sale, starting with the homeowner-borrower and moving through lender negotiations to the closing.

Remaining Six Steps

1. The Property Valuation Analysis for a Short Sale
Short sales will not work if there is sufficient equity in the home for the lender to sell it and at least break even in a foreclosure. The homeowner must be “upside-down” in their loan. Learn how to determine if this is the caseReal estate investors can frequently make very profitable purchases of real estate through a short sale. Many short sales do not get approved or fall through for a variety of reasons. Learn here the step-by-step process to initiate a short sale, starting with the homeowner-borrower and moving through lender negotiations to the closing.
1. The Property Valuation Analysis for a Short Sale
Short sales will not work if there is sufficient equity in the home for the lender to sell it and at least break even in a foreclosure. The homeowner must be “upside-down” in their loan. Learn how to determine if this is the case.

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7 Steps for a Preapproved Mortgage

With most lending institutions exercising caution, it may be prudent to seek prior approval when considering a new mortgage.
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By Lisa Sherzer – MSN SmartMoney

During the height of the real estate boom, getting a mortgage was as easy as picking out a new coffee table for the living room. Now, homebuyers have to jump through rings of fire before they can sign on the dotted line.

Today, the first step in landing a home loan is obtaining a letter of preapproval. This means a mortgage lender has verified that you’re approved for a mortgage of a certain amount over a fixed time frame.

Having a letter of preapproval can remove a lot of obstacles to homebuying, but the process isn’t as simple as it used to be. Preparation and caution are advised.

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[Related content: homes, home financing, mortgage, credit score, mortgage rates]
By SmartMoney
During the height of the real estate boom, getting a mortgage was as easy as picking out a new coffee table for the living room. Now, homebuyers have to jump through rings of fire before they can sign on the dotted line.
Negotiate the best home price
Today, the first step in landing a home loan is obtaining a letter of preapproval. This means a mortgage lender has verified that you’re approved for a mortgage of a certain amount over a fixed time frameHaving a letter of preapproval can remove a lot of obstacles to homebuying, but the process isn’t as simple as it used to be. Preparation and caution are advised.
[Related content: homes, home financing, mortgage, credit score, mortgage rates]
By SmartMoney
During the height of the real estate boom, getting a mortgage was as easy as picking out a new coffee table for the living room. Now, homebuyers have to jump through rings of fire before they can sign on the dotted line.
Negotiate the best home price
Today, the first step in landing a home loan is obtaining a letter of preapproval. This means a mortgage lender has verified that you’re approved for a mortgage of a certain amount over a fixed time frame.

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