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Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) November 19, 2013
The McCann Law Group, LLP released three articles offering tips for a successful short sale or deed in lieu of foreclosure in order to help more distressed homeowners find successful alternatives to foreclosure. Through its foreclosure-related articles, The McCann Law Group strives to empower distressed homeowners to make well-informed decisions when dealing with foreclosure.
The first article is titled, “5 Tips For Short Sale Success” and can be found on the McCann Law Group’s website under the “Areas of Practice” tab in the “Foreclosure Defense” section. The article describes five tips focused on preparing homeowners for a successful short sale.
The first tip in the article suggests homeowners in foreclosure to consider enlisting the help of a professional by potentially seeking a free consultation from an experienced foreclosure defense attorney. These attorneys may start by evaluating a homeowner’s situation and determining if a short sale is within the best interest of the homeowner to pursue.
Another tip in the short sale article focused on helping homeowners to try and get the maximum value from their homes by hiring a real estate professional or independent appraiser to appraise the home. This may help demonstrate to mortgage lenders the home has been listed at a fair price.
The next article released is titled, “10 Tips For Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure Success,” and was broken up into two articles with five deed in lieu of foreclosure tips in each article. It is in the same area of the McCann Law Group website as the previous article, under the “Areas of Practice” tab in the “Foreclosure Defense” section.
One tip in the McCann Law Group’s articles on successful deed in lieu of foreclosures, focused on helping homeowners to avoid a potential deficiency judgment. The tip suggested homeowners to consider negotiating with mortgage lenders to ask for a deficiency forgiveness after the deed in lieu of foreclosure. This could potentially save the homeowner thousands of dollars.
Another tip in the McCann Law Group’s articles on successful deed in lieu of foreclosures, focused on helping homeowners to receive the least damaging affect’s to their credit scores after a deed in lieu of foreclosure as possible. The tip suggests homeowners to consider requesting mortgage lenders to report the deed in lieu of foreclosure as a paid settlement or debt satisfied.
The McCann Law Group hopes its recent articles released on tips for a successful deed in lieu of foreclosure and short sale can help more homeowners find alternatives to foreclosure.