Patrick James- Connecticut Realtor® - Short Sale Expert
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Avoid foreclosure in Connecticut
If you can not afford to pay your mortgage, the absolute worst thing you could possibly do is nothing. " Walking away " from your home in Connecticut can come with some pretty severe consequences. Connecticut is a recourse state, which allows your lenders to pursue you for the difference between what you owe, and what your home is worth.
Also known as " the deficiency balance ", this can be tens if not hundreds of thousands of dollars. In a short sale, lenders are often willing to forgive all or most of the deficiency, allowing my clients to wipe the slate clean and start fresh.
Am I eligible to sell my home in a short sale?
•Have you fallen behind on your mortgage?•Is your home worth less than what you owe your lender?•Has your mortgage payment depleted your savings?•Have you relocated, gotten divorced, had a reduction in income or increase in expenses?•Do you want to move on from your home even though you can afford the payment? Find out if selling your Connecticut home in a short sale is right for you.