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October 19, 2009

Contact Lori Wekerle to locate your Las Vegas Short Sale Specialist of Coldwell Banker Wardley Las Vegas Real Estate before it’s too late


Contact Lori Wekerle to locate your Las Vegas Short Sale Specialist of Coldwell Banker Wardley Las Vegas Real Estate before it’s too late. Call 702.604.7739 to get your FREE Las Vegas Short Sale Manual and Consultation.

Facing Las Vegas Foreclosure? Las Vegas Short Sale Specialists Can Help

HELPING HOMEOWNERS *HARDSHIP * HEALING * HAPPINESS

Las Vegas Short Sale Specialists – We can help

•· Do you owe more than your home is worth?

•·Have you received a notice of default in the mail?

•·Do you want, need, or are being forced to move?

•·Did you buy an investment property that you need to unload?

•·Are you in a divorce situation?

•·Recently unemployed?

•·Have you fallen on medical hardship?

If you answered yes to any of these questions above, you may want to consider a short sale in Las Vegas! Do you need to sell your home, but owe more than it’s worth? You are not alone. Many people are stuck in unaffordable loans, or simply need to move. Our qualified team of Las Vegas Short Sale Specialists (and Henderson too!) can help short sell your home. We handle all bank negotiations so you can move on with your life. Call 702.604.7739 Now. We Can Help. Don’t wait until it’s too late. Act Now. Henderson Short Sales and North Las Vegas Short Sales are in our area too!

What is a Las Vegas Short Sale?

A Las Vegas Short Sale occurs anytime the value of the property is less than the amount owed to the lender and the lender agrees to write off the difference. In other words, the homeowner is “upside down” on his loan. Short sales may be forced by a variety of situations: job loss, loss of income, divorce, medical bills, or changing payments on adjustable rate mortgages (ARMs).

Why would a lender agree to a Las Vegas short sale? Lenders make their own business judgments when accepting or rejecting short sales. Lenders are in the business of making and servicing loans, not taking properties back through foreclosure and reselling them. They want to avoid spending time and money to foreclose, evict borrowers, and resell properties. They want to avoid paying property taxes, insurance, maintenance and repairs. They want to avoid risking theft and vandalism to the property. Before the mortgage lenders will consider a short sale, they need to know financial information about the seller and why the seller cannot pay the loan. The seller will need to submit information to the lender to assist the lender in deciding whether to accept a short sale.

Contact Lori Wekerle today to get help from an agent that specializes in your area.

Lori Wekerle
Internet Marketing Manager/ Realtor
Coldwell Banker Wardley
www.teamcoldwell.com
7670 W. Lake Mead #100
Las Vegas, NV 89128
702.604.7739 FAX 702.432.1652
lori.wekerle@gmail.com

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