St. Johns County Foreclosures and Short Sales
- Are You In a Default Situation and Your Lender has been Mailing You Notices?
- Are You Facing Back House Payments and Can’t Pay to Catch Up?
- Do You Need To Sell as Soon as Possible to Avoid Foreclosure?
- Do You Have Little Or No Equity In Your Home?
- Do You Owe More Than Your Home Is Worth?
- Do You have a Notice of Default?
- Do You have a Sale Date that Your Lender’s Attorney has Mailed You?
Common Reasons This May Have Happened To You
- You’ve recently lost your job in this tough economy
- Your medical expenses have changed and are now too high
- Just went through/going through a divorce
- You are behind on your house payments
- You may have even tried to sell your home by owner without success
- You have no equity in your home and nothing left to pay a Realtor
- You can’t afford the cost of selling your home
- Your income has been reduced
Most lenders require that homeowners submit a signed letter detailing their financial hardship to determine their eligibility for a short sale on their property.
What Is An Acceptable Hardship?
- Loss of Job
- Business FailureDamage to Property
- Death of Family Member
- Severe Illness
- Mandatory Job Relocation
- Medical Bills
- Military Service
- Payment Increase of Mortgage Adjustment
- Insurance or Tax Increase
- Reduced Income
- Too Much Debt
The real estate market has caused unbearable stress and heartache for many St. Augusitne and Jacksonville Homeowners. As a Certified Distressed Property Expert and Realtor, my expertise may save your credit and relieve uncertainty and most of all, help your family. Contact me, Suzy Evans, and let’s get started on the path to recovery together! Click here for alternatives to foreclosure in St. Johns and Duval County.
Or Call Suzy at 904-347-5447