Short Sale Agent in PG County Maryland A Short Sale is the sale of real estate in which the sale proceeds is less than the balance owed on the property's loan. .. and the lender forgiving debt in order for the homeowner to avoid foreclosure.
Fernando Herboso, Broker/Owner of Maxus Realty Group / Herboso & Associates Real Estate Team acquired his Certified Distressed Property Expert CDPE over 4 years ago. Having listed almost 200 short sale listings in the last 4 years and interviewed and consulted hundreds of families about short sales and loan modifications. Fernando begins these series of videos designed to educate you about distressed properties
Considering a short sale? -- What is your first step?
I invite you to watch our FACT SERIES VIDEOS to learn all about short sales Our first video answers the question. .
What you should do first!
What is my first step in a Short Sale?
Learning about the hardships allowed in a short sale. .should be your next step. .Please watch this next video. .
Hello, It is my sincere belief that homeowners need to find an advocate to represent them. Someone to seek the guidance, counsel, and services to make the right decisions based on facts and not emotions. An advocate that is educated, a licensed distressed property expert, a real estate broker that has the experience, the knowledge and the savvy to simply get you OFF the hook! Someone that will act totally in your best interests to help you find the best solution to the financial crisis you are facing now. I believe I am that advocate for you for many reasons. . My team of Realtors, one assistant, an attorney and several supporting staff has developed long lasting relationships with these lenders that allow you to take advantage to short sale your property quickly and remove instantly bad mortgage debt. The strength of our experience and knowledge is invaluable to anyone seeking for a solution.
"With my experience and as a broker certified by different organizations to do short sales, I have developed a system that helps homeowners dealing with distressed properties."