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$165,000
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3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
Interior: 1,510 sqft
Lot: 2,041 sqft
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7675 SW 88th Drive
Gainesville, FL 32608
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Are Homes More Affordable in Gainesville

Are Homes More Affordable in Gainesville?

Nationwide housing affordability, as measured by the National Association of Home Builders and Wells Fargo Housing Opportunity Index, rose to a record level during the fourth quarter of 2011. However, prospective Gainesville homebuyers continued to have trouble qualifying for a mortgage thanks to tighter credit standards and a soft economy.

Gainesville short sales and foreclosures contribute to the decrease in pricing and lower median home value.

“While today’s report indicates that homeownership is within reach of more households than it has been for more than two decades, overly restrictive lending conditions confronting homebuyers and builders remain significant obstacles to many potential homes sales, even with interest rates at historically low levels”, said Barry Rutenberg, chairman of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and a home builder from Gainesville, Florida.

Also ranking at the top of the most affordable major housing markets, in descending order were Lakeland and Winter Haven, Florida; Modesto, California; Harrisburg and Carlisle, Pennsylvania and Toledo, Ohio.

Gainesville, Florida Inferred Affordable Mortgage Value is determined by taking the median household income for Gainesville, Florida and calculating the mortgage 30% of that income could afford. Here are the Gainesville Affordable Mortgage Values over the past year.

Date Inferred Mortgage

Date Inferred Mortgage
November 2011 — — $211,150
October 2011 — — $209,124
September 2011 — — $208,122
August 2011 — — $204,183
July 2011 — — $197,553
June 2011 — — $198,480
May 2011 — — $195,490
April 2011 — — $191,022
March 2011 — — $191,022
February 2011 — — $188,629
January 2011 — — $192,790

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Call Stephanie Anson today at 352-260-0153 for a confidential phone interview regarding your options.

Please seek legal advice. This information is for informational purposes only.

Contact Stephanie Anson, CLHMS, CDPE, SFR, Realtor®, Anson Properties LLC. Licensed Realtors® in Florida at 352-260-0153 to list your property for sale or to purchase a property in Gainesville, Archer, Alachua, High Springs, Waldo, Keystone Heights, Hawthorne, Melrose, Cross Creek, LaCrosse, Williston, Earlton, Ocala, Micanopy, Newberry, Kanapaha, Haile Plantation, Duck Pond and the rest of Alachua County Florida, Orange County Florida and Seminole County Florida. We are accepting referrals. Gainesville Short Sale Agents

  

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Will the Mortgage Debt Relief Act Get Extended – Gainesville

Will the Mortgage Debt Relief Act Get Extended – Gainesville Florida – The mortgage debt relief act is due to expire at the end of 2012. With it will go the relief distressed homeowners currently receive when they short sale their Gainesville home.

Under the The Mortgage Debt Relief Act a Gainesville homeowner has the ability to exclude income from the discharge of debt on their principal residence. This would be the difference of the amount owed on their mortgage to what the home sold for. For example, if the mortgage was $200,000 and the sale price was $150,000 the homeowner would receive a 1099 for $50,000 difference in the sale price to the amount owed.

This 1099 would be considered as income on the Gainesville homeowners’ taxes. If Congress does not pass this bill extension then this debt will be taxed as regular income.

As homeowners struggle to make ends meet, this could prove as continued relief while the housing crisis continues to struggle to correct itself. If the Mortgage Debt Relief Act does not get extended it will have a profound financial affect on owners who are already currently struggling to stay above water.

Write and encourage your congressman to pass this bill. Florida homeowners are not out of the water yet.

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Gainesville – Distressed Sales Still Depress Home Prices

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Do I Have to Pay for the Real Estate Agents Commission?

Call Stephanie Anson today at 352-260-0153 for a confidential phone interview regarding your options.

Please seek legal advice. This information is for informational purposes only.


Contact Stephanie Anson, CLHMS, CDPE, SFR, Realtor®, Anson Properties LLC. Licensed Realtors® in Florida at 352-260-0153 to list your property for sale or to purchase a property in Gainesville, Archer, Alachua, High Springs, Waldo, Keystone Heights, Hawthorne, Melrose, Cross Creek, LaCrosse, Williston, Earlton, Ocala, Micanopy, Newberry, Kanapaha, Haile Plantation, Duck Pond and the rest of Alachua County Florida, Orange County Florida and Seminole County Florida. We are accepting referrals. Gainesville Short Sale Agents

  

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Gainesville – Distressed Sales Still Depress Home Prices

Gainesville – Distressed Sales Still Depress Home Prices – According to CoreLogic’s December 2011 Home Price Index, prices of homes nationwide went down almost 5 percent from 2010 to 2011. The culprit, according to CoreLogic, is likely to be the high prevalence of distressed sales. Prices dropped only by 0.9 percent if you eliminate distressed sales in the picture.

Downward pressure on home prices is expected to continue until distressed sales go down, according also to CoreLogic. Prevalence of foreclosures,such as Gainesville foreclosures, continues to restrain home prices from going up.

The states highly affected by this decline since the peak of the housing boom are Arizona, Florida, Nevada, California, and Michigan. High occurrence of foreclosures have been recorded in these states as well, according to a study presented by AOL Real Estate in February this year.

It is reported that in 2012 and 2013, millions more homes are expected to be added to the 2 million homes bugged down by foreclosure in 2011.

Filings of foreclosure – Gainesville Foreclosure– significantly declined in 2011 and it has been believed by experts that this event was due to the government’s initiative to repress banks from foreclosure abuses which include “robo-signing” – bank employees sign foreclosure documents without careful review.

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Gainesville Short Sale Buyer Advantages

Short Sale Process – What to Expect

Gainesville Short Sales Hiring Incompetent Short Sale Agent

Do I Have to Pay for the Real Estate Agents Commission?

Call Stephanie Anson today at 352-260-0153 for a confidential phone interview regarding your options.

Please seek legal advice. This information is for informational purposes only.


Contact Stephanie Anson, CLHMS, CDPE, SFR, Realtor®, Anson Properties LLC. Licensed Realtors® in Florida at 352-260-0153 to list your property for sale or to purchase a property in Gainesville, Archer, Alachua, High Springs, Waldo, Keystone Heights, Hawthorne, Melrose, Cross Creek, LaCrosse, Williston, Earlton, Ocala, Micanopy, Newberry, Kanapaha, Haile Plantation, Duck Pond and the rest of Alachua County Florida, Orange County Florida and Seminole County Florida. We are accepting referrals. Gainesville Short Sale Agents

  

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Gainesville Short Sales – Freddie Mac Relief Save Your Home

Gainesville Short Sale – Freddie Mac LP Relief Program Can Save Your Home

If you are a homeowner in distress with your Freddie Mac loan – you currently have an upside down mortgage or currently have an adjustable rate mortgage where payments continue to increase, then the Freddie Mac LP Relief Program is just what the Dr. ordered.

Gainesville short sale agents reveals the insider information on the new Freddie Mac Relief Refinance Mortgage, it is the Home Affordable Refinance Program (HAFA). It offers aid from simplified appraisal requirements, standard mortgage insurance, and no maximum loan to value ratios.

For borrowers who make on-time payments yet are unable to refinance because of declining Gainesville property values, the Freddie Mac LP Relief Program may save your day by helping you to refinance into a better mortgage so you will be eligible for long term successful home ownership.

Gainesville homes for sale showcases this new program and its new extensions:

Eligibility requirements for mortgage:
You must be a first lien, owned by Freddie Mac.
Your Freddie Mac closing must be on or before May 31, 2009.
You must be seasoned for a span of three months.
The mortgage being refinanced is eligible for refinancing if it has mortgage insurance.
The mortgage being refinanced is ineligible for refinancing if the mortgage has recourse, indemnification or other credit enhancements.

Benefit for borrower (must result in one of the given benefits)
You will receive a reduction in interest rate.
You will receive a replacement of an ARM.
You will receive a reduction in the amortization term of the first lien mortgage.
You will receive a reduction in the monthly principle and interest payment of the first lien.

No maximum LTV (Loan to Value) ratio for fixed-rate mortgages
For ARMs, the maximum LTV ratio is 105 percent.
For mortgages with LTV ratios lower than or equal to 80 percent, the maximum TLTV or (HTLTV High Loan to Value) ratio is 105 percent.
For mortgages with LTV ratios higher than 80 percent, no maximum TLTV and HTLTV ratios will exist.

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Gainesville Florida Renter Rights During Foreclosure

Short Sale Top 10 Questions

Do I Have to Pay for the Real Estate Agents Commission?

Call Stephanie Anson today at 352-260-0153 for a confidential phone interview regarding your options.

Please seek legal advice. This information is for informational purposes only.


Contact Stephanie Anson, CLHMS, CDPE, SFR, Realtor®, Anson Properties LLC. Licensed Realtors® in Florida at 352-260-0153 to list your property for sale or to purchase a property in Gainesville, Archer, Alachua, High Springs, Waldo, Keystone Heights, Hawthorne, Melrose, Cross Creek, LaCrosse, Williston, Earlton, Ocala, Micanopy, Newberry, Kanapaha, Haile Plantation, Duck Pond and the rest of Alachua County Florida, Orange County Florida and Seminole County Florida. We are accepting referrals. Gainesville Short Sale Agents

  

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Gainesville Florida Renter Rights During Foreclosure

Gainesville Florida Renter Rights During Foreclosure

Gainesville Foreclosure News: “Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act” (PTFA) is part of the “Helping Families Save Their Home Act of 2009” (S.896). It gives protection to tenants who live in homes that are bound to foreclose. This law was supposed to end at the end of 2012 but has been extended recently to December 31, 2014.

HUD –approved housing counselors are groomed in giving helpful advice for free.
If you are a tenant in the midst of a foreclosure dilemma, it will be wise for you to seek professional advice from these counselors. Click here to view HUD’s website.

http://portal.hud.gov/portal/page/portal/HUD/i_want_to/talk_to_a_housing_counselor

Additional Foreclosure News Information:

Florida Statutes, Chapter 83, Part I

This applies to nonresidential leases and the rights of the tenants in residential leases are covered in Part II. The statute states the lease requirements and the rights and responsibilities of both the tenant and the landlord. Although specific guidelines for the foreclosure of rental property are not expressed in the statute, the provisions that were included provide insights on how renters may respond in such circumstance in accordance with their rights.


Provisions for Gainesville Tenants with and Without a Lease

Existence of a legitimate lease will determine the renter’s eligibility to be under the PTFA’s protection. Renters under a lease have the freedom to stay in the home until the lease period expires. They will have enough time to look for other homes to live in during this grace period. A 90-day notice of the foreclosure action and tenancy termination will be given to tenants renting monthly or at will.

Tenant may get paid to end Gainesville Florida lease

Gainesville Florida Foreclosure News reports that the owner of homes who would like to move in the house right away have the option to offer “cash for keys” – The short sale bank offers payment to the tenant in exchange of forfeiting their lease – to the renters leasing the home. This is usually practiced in homes that are being foreclosed.The renters who enter into this kind of agreement are expected to leave the home clean and everything in good condition.
The short sale bank will offer a payment to the tenant and in return, they will have to forfeit their lease.

The lease becomes legitimate by law when:
1. The lease was out of an arms-length transaction;
2. The lease requires the receipt of rent that is not considerably below fair market rent for the home or the unit’s rent is minimized by a Federal, State, or local subsidy; and
3. The mortgagor or the spouse, child, or parent of the mortgagor under the lease is not the tenant.

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Call Stephanie Anson today at 352-260-0153 for a confidential phone interview regarding your options.

Please seek legal advice. This information is for informational purposes only.


Contact Stephanie Anson, CLHMS, CDPE, SFR, Realtor®, Anson Properties LLC. Licensed Realtors® in Florida at 352-260-0153 to list your property for sale or to purchase a property in Gainesville, Archer, Alachua, High Springs, Waldo, Keystone Heights, Hawthorne, Melrose, Cross Creek, LaCrosse, Williston, Earlton, Ocala, Micanopy, Newberry, Kanapaha, Haile Plantation, Duck Pond and the rest of Alachua County Florida, Orange County Florida and Seminole County Florida. We are accepting referrals.

  

Gainesville Short Sales – Know Your Options

Gainesville Short Sales – Know Your Options To save your home from being foreclosed, Short Sale Agents in Gainesville provide you with options. Review these options to know if they apply to your situation.

1. You may apply for the federal HARP program to know if you are eligible and to your lender’s preferred loan modification program. To know if there are any state programs available to you, go to this federal site. Also, you may apply to the Home Save program under the NACA.

2. You may try getting a second job. This will help greatly in saving your home although it is not often practiced since most people can’t even find a first job in this market. But for some who can, you should grab the opportunity.

3. You should cancel/pay off your credit card debt. Your credit card debt could be a big factor why you couldn’t afford your home. It’s time for you to consider getting heads on with your credit card debt. You may contact your creditors to make a settlement on your debt. You may also offer a lump sum payment, perhaps 50% lower than your balance. Although this will have tax and credit history consequences but it could be one of your best options in saving your home from being foreclosed.

4. You may start a small home business.

5. You may consider renting a room. Try advertising in Craigslist or Trulia for long term rental periods. Check on higher rental rates you can get by renting out your room to individuals who only need short term leases. This is a good option to raise funds quickly.

6. You may short-sell your home. On an average in Gainesville Florida, it takes 684 days for banks to foreclose on and repossess a home. You may have a chance to wait for a loan modification and do a short sale and be eligible for the Mortgage Debt Relief Act that is an income tax exemption which will expire on Dec. 31, 2012. In order to short sale you will first need to list your home for sale with an expert Short Sale Agent in Gainesville.

7. You should work with professionals such as expert real estate agents in Gainesville, Real Estate attorneys, CPA firms or expert certified public accountants if you are trying to apply for a short sale or loan modification. These professionals will provide options available to you.

The downturn in the housing market is now being perceived as the norm and many homeowners are getting pessimistic about their mortgages. Short Sale Agents in Gainesville encourage you not to give up. Your options in avoiding foreclosure are not limited.

Other Articles to Read:

What is a Short Sale?

Short Selling and Renting from the New Owner

Gainesville – Short Sale Banks are Offering Incentives

Are Gainesville Homes for Sale More Affordable?

Call Stephanie Anson today at 352-260-0153 for a confidential phone interview regarding your options.

Please seek legal advice. This information is for informational purposes only.


Contact Stephanie Anson, CLHMS, CDPE, SFR, Realtor®, Anson Properties LLC. Licensed Realtors® in Florida at 352-260-0153 to list your property for sale or to purchase a property in Gainesville, Archer, Alachua, High Springs, Waldo, Keystone Heights, Hawthorne, Melrose, Cross Creek, LaCrosse, Williston, Earlton, Ocala, Micanopy, Newberry, Kanapaha, Haile Plantation, Duck Pond and the rest of Alachua County Florida, Orange County Florida and Seminole County Florida. We are accepting referrals.

  

Gainesville Homes Short Sale Update – Freddie Mac LP Relief Program Can Save Your Home

Gainesville Homes Short Sale Update – Freddie Mac LP Relief Program Can Save Your Home

If you are a homeowner in distress with your Freddie Mac loan – you currently have an upside down mortgage or currently have an adjustable rate mortgage that doesn’t seem to lessen the balance –, then Freddie Mac LP Relief Program may be your life saver.

Gainesville homes for sale introduces the new Freddie Mac Relief Refinance Mortgage. It is the Home Affordable Refinance Pr0gram/HARP’s offshoot of its business implementation. It offers aid from simplified appraisal requirements, standard mortgage insurance, and no maximum loan to value ratios.

For borrowers who make on-time payments yet are unable to refinance because of declining property values, the Freddie Mac LP Relief Program may save your day by helping you to refinance into a better mortgage so you will be eligible for long term successful home ownership.

Gainesville homeowners wanting to avoid foreclosure see how this new program and its new extensions may work for you:

Eligibility requirements for the mortgage relief program:

  • You must be a first lien, customarily owned and securitized by Freddie Mac.
  • Your Freddie Mac Settlement must be on or before May 31, 2009.
  • You must be seasoned for a span of three months.
  • The mortgage being refinanced is eligible for refinancing if it has mortgage insurance or mortgage pool insurance.
  • The mortgage being refinanced is ineligible for refinancing if the mortgage has recourse, indemnification or other credit enhancements.
  • Benefit for borrower (must result in one of the given benefits)
  • You will receive a reduction in interest rate.
  • You will receive a replacement of an ARM.
  • You will receive a reduction in the amortization term of the first lien mortgage.
  • You will receive a reduction in the monthly principle and interest payment of the first lien.
  • No maximum LTV ratio for fixed-rate mortgages
  • For ARMs, the maximum LTV ratio is 105 percent.
  • For mortgages with LTV ratios lower than or equal to 80 percent, the maximum TLTV or HTLTV ratio is 105 percent.
  • For mortgages with LTV ratios higher than 80 percent, no maximum TLTV and HTLTV ratios will exist.

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3 Questions You Should Ask Before Hiring a Gainesville Short Sale Agent

What Can a Short Sale Agent do for Me?

Choosing a Qualified Agent

Do I Have to Pay for the Real Estate Agents Commission?

Call Stephanie Anson today at 352-260-0153 for a confidential phone interview regarding your options.

Please seek legal advice. This information is for informational purposes only.

Contact Stephanie Anson, CLHMS, CDPE, SFR, Realtor®, Anson Properties LLC. Licensed Realtors® in Florida at 352-260-0153 to list your property for sale or to purchase a property in Gainesville, Archer, Alachua, High Springs, Waldo, Keystone Heights, Hawthorne, Melrose, Cross Creek, LaCrosse, Williston, Earlton, Ocala, Micanopy, Newberry, Kanapaha, Haile Plantation, Duck Pond and the rest of Alachua County Florida, Orange County Florida and Seminole County Florida. We are accepting referrals.

  

What Available Short Sale Programs Exist | Gainesville

What Available Short Sale Programs Exist | Gainesville

There have been rumors circulating that some of the larger real estate brokerages team up with banks. As a result, these partners are provided with the contact information of clients – who are 30/60/90 days late on their payments— by the servicing lenders. Consequently, agents contact these prospects and make themselves known as short sale experts that are partnered with the borrowers’ lender. A program called “Short Sale Alternative Right Party Contact Program”  has been officially provided for agents who accomplish a 10 Question Test and handle a Distressed Property Certification (e.g. 5Star, CDPE, SFR).

To be a short sale expert, you merely have to take an 8-hour lesson on short sales and pass a 10-question test.

Some Gainesville homes for sale high-points:

1. The Cooperative Short Sale Program can be taken by borrowers accordingly. The program is custom-built to benefit Bofa instead of the borrowers. BofA informs the agent what they can sell the home for. If, after 4 months it doesn’t sell at that price, a deed-in-lieu is enforced, and the home recurs back to BofA.

2. A Customer Relocation Assistance worth about $2,500, to help with moving and rental expenses.

3. Borrowers are required to sign the Cooperative Short Sale Acknowledgement of Interest, Listing Agreement (with list price to be marked TBD), and Customer Agent Option Awareness disclosure forms, which is unlikely to protect the borrower.

4. An “Escalation Tool”, that provides agents a “useful way to connect to a short sale professional’s team that can aid in resolving issues that prevent a short sale from proceeding”.

Gainesville homes for sale pinpoints disclaimers:

1. The relocation Assistance payout amounts are currently being reviewed and change is likely to occur. The question is, “Do they really go up?”

2. This information is not intended or authoriized for consumer distribution.
For real estate professional use only. This program seems appropriate for buyers if they prefer the program details not to be disclosed. Nationwide,  agents have publicized the program on the internet. To view a copy click here. Articles questioning this program are piling up on the blogosphere. A particular brokerage has special access on the consumer’s personal information. A special escalation tool to speed up the short sale process with Bofa is being provided to this brokerage. As a result, clients could possibly be provided with $2,500 for relocation assistance. Some major problems about this program may arise with borrowers who are facing a short sale. One major red flag on this program is its claim that, “An agent’s past performance may affect future allocations”. It simply implies that as their partner agent, they shouldn’t follow the rules because they will not obtain anymore leads.

Lenders simply do not provide new programs that will aid the borrowers. It’s unlikely for the partner agent of Bofa to act for your best interest. These programs are more likely to benefit them.

Be cautious when a lender refers a so-called expert Gainesville short sale agent. Always make your assessment whether this Gainesville short sale agent is truly concern about your best interest.

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Gainesville Short Sales Hiring Incompetent Short Sale Agent

Short Sale Top 10 Questions

 

Call Stephanie Anson today at 352-260-0153 for a confidential phone interview regarding your options.

Please seek legal advice. This information is for informational purposes only.
Contact Stephanie Anson, CLHMS, CDPE, SFR, Realtor®, Anson Properties LLC. Licensed Realtors® in Florida at 352-260-0153 to list your property for sale or to purchase a property in Gainesville, Archer, Alachua, High Springs, Waldo, Keystone Heights, Hawthorne, Melrose, Cross Creek, LaCrosse, Williston, Earlton, Ocala, Micanopy, Newberry, Kanapaha, Haile Plantation, Duck Pond and the rest of Alachua County Florida, Orange County Florida and Seminole County Florida. We are accepting referrals.

  

Gainesville Short Sales – Why do Short Sales Not Close?

Gainesville Short Sales – Why do Short Sales Not Close?  How many times have you heard about that bank short sales do not close? When I speak with clients who are interested in getting a great deal through buying short sales, they are consistent in saying that short sales either do not close or take over a year to short sale.  I also hear this from Gainesville Real Estate Attorneys who refuse to handle short sales. Additionally, there are agents that act as if they understand short sales and make demands about timelines and statements without understanding how the timelines work and short sale process actually works.

What is the main reason you are not closing your Gainesville short sales?  Do you truly understand how to short sale?

  • If your ratio of closing short sales is not over 90% then you should not be listing short sales and you should refer them to a Gainesville Short Sale Agent that achieves this success rate or better.
  • Are you completing an evaluation with each seller prior to listing their home for a bank short sale.  This critical first step will provide you the information whether the home will close or not.

The last thing anyone should do is sacrifice a homeowner by getting a listing without taking into consideration you are gambling with their home and livlihood.  Not every homeowner will qualify for a short sale or are willing to dedicate themselves to the process.

Here are a few steps each Gainesville Short Sale Agent needs to verify and clarify prior to taking a listing:

  • Review the short sale package the seller turns into you – this should be completed prior to listing their property for a short sale and it will reveal whether there will be any issues that need to be addressed before listing the home.
  • Make sure the seller understandts the short sale process – You will know upfront if they are motivated to provide you the information necessary for you to help them through the process and if they are committed to participate, if you complete the intake properly there should be no reason for the short sale not to close.
  • Do not give up on the lender, do not give up on your seller (remember this is a very emotional process), do not act like a debt collector. This means you need to be the advocate, the one that brings the parties together for a successful close, the short sale agent that is dilligent, consistent, honest and assertive.
IF the seller is going to get foreclosed on next week- you don’t LIST the short sale! 
The odds are in your favor if you know how to negotiate a short sale that you will get your short sales closed. 

If you do not then you need to take a good negotiating course and short sale course such as the one offered by Katerina Gassett who has authored Short Sale Success. Do not take the listing if you lack the experience.  Additionally, you can work with an experienced agent and help them with their bank short sale listings. Yes they are time consuming and can be tough.  There may be days you speak to over 10 people at one short sale bank to get the right answer or to speak with someone who knows what they are doing!

Other Articles to Read:

What Gainesville Underwater Homeowners Say

Gainesville Short Sales – Know Your Options

Short Sale Top 10 Questions

Do I Have to Pay for the Real Estate Agents Commission?

Call Stephanie Anson today at 352-260-0153 for a confidential phone interview regarding your options.

Please seek legal advice. This information is for informational purposes only.

Contact Stephanie Anson, CLHMS, CDPE, SFR, Realtor®, Anson Properties LLC. Licensed Realtors® in Florida at 352-260-0153 to list your property for sale or to purchase a property in Gainesville, Archer, Alachua, High Springs, Waldo, Keystone Heights, Hawthorne, Melrose, Cross Creek, LaCrosse, Williston, Earlton, Ocala, Micanopy, Newberry, Kanapaha, Haile Plantation, Duck Pond and the rest of Alachua County Florida, Orange County Florida and Seminole County Florida. We are accepting referrals.