Selling A Home In Default In NC – Flat Fee Realty
I am sorry to see that a default notice has been filed against your North Carolina home. These are tough times with high unemployment rates, home values well below tax values and in many cases substantially less than what you paid for your home or what you currently owe your lender.
Flat Fee Realty has many investors and buyer’s that may be interested in purchasing your home before it goes to sale at the courthouse and your credit is ruined.
You may be eligible for a Short Sale which means that you owe more to the lender than your home is worth and you can show a hardship as to why you cannot keep up with loan payments. We work closely with many attorneys that can review your loan status to see if you qualify for a Short Sale with NO cost to you.
Please give us a call TODAY to schedule your in-home consultation including a FREE home value analysis.
Terry McDonald, Owner/Broker/REALTOR®