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So you are probably here because…

…you are going through a short sale or are interested in learning more about them.

Well, Fort Myers short sales can be a frightening thing when you aren’t entirely sure what’s going on.

So you need to make sure that you are properly educated and know exactly what to expect.

If you don’t know what to expect you might be in for some unpleasant surprises.

So here are 12 steps that will get you through the sometime scary short sale.

Tip 1 – A Quick and Easy Introduction to Short Sales: What Are Distressed Sales?

Tip 2 – Winged Foot Title: Your Fort Myers, Cape Coral, and Naples Short Sales Specialist.

Tip 3 – The Short Sale Process: What You Can Expect

Tip 4 – A Bank Short Sale: The Mortgage, The Note, and You.

Tip 5 – What Happens After A Home Short Sale?

Tip 6 – Short Sale Approvals – What You Need to Know About Your Potential Liabilities

Tip 7 – Post-Short Sale Liability: What You Need To Be Aware Of.

Tip 8 – The Lender, The Deficiency Judgment and You.

Tip 9 – Short Sale Deficiency, Continued – Unpaid Judgment Collection

Tip 10 – The Deficiency Judgment: Clearing Up Your Final Questions

Tip 11 – The Importance of Your Domicile Related to Short Sales

Tip 12 – The Haunted Bonita Springs Short Sale: A Truly Frightening Story

Hopefully these tips have helped you to understand the world of short sales a little better. If you would like to have them in an offline format you can grab the eBook “12 Things You Should Know To Survive A Short Sale.”

If you are still confused it’s completely understandable. Short sales can be very complex and every one can be different.

If you have any real estate or short sales questions – please don’t hesitate to contact us, or call us at (239) 985-4142. We service all of Southwest Florida including: Fort Myers Estero, Bonita Springs, Naples, Cape Coral, Pine Island, Punta Gorda, and Port Charlotte.

– Chris

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