Short Sales And How To Navigate Them

Dated: 07/06/2016

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Know what you are getting into. Under the best circumstances, short sales take a long time to close and may require extra effort on the part of the buyer. Walking blindly into a short sale can be a losing and distressing proposition, so push for disclosure before you get involved.

This is not a do-it-yourself project. Find a real estate professional who understands the territory. Having a real estate agent on your side who knows how short sales work and who has negotiated others will increase the chances of closing the deal.

Be wary of the condition of the property. If the seller is in financial distress, chances are the home may not be well-preserved. The seller also may be reluctant to reveal serious maintenance issues. Proceed cautiously and get the property inspected by a knowledgeable person before you commit.

Here is a Short Sale that I just listed in Canton MA. Please take a look and let me know there is any interest. Majority of listings are Short Sales so I have or I will have what you are looking for.

Tony Nakhle

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Tony Nakhle

Specialties: Buyer's Agent, Listing Agent, Foreclosure, Short-Sale Born and raised in Beirut Lebanon, moved to the Boston area in 1990. Got my Real Estate license in 1994....

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